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A bold topic only the courageous will confront!
December 20, 2010
Having met with varied generations of men myself that'd gloss over real issues in preference for short-lived topics;I find myself nodding in agreement with Wes Yoder on the issues raised in Bond of Brothers. He stressed the need for Men to begin to connect with other men in other to address issues affecting their innermost beings.
Issues such as how to resist temptations of pornography or how to cripple marital infidelity;how to deal with temperaments as a result of nagging partners; even how to deal with the daunting prospects of giving away our daughters in marriage to another brother[it is only a man that can know what another man is capable of doing].
In effect, Wes stressed on the need for Men to imitate Jesus Christ who deliberately chose to be vulnerable at the hands of his closest male friends.Certainly, majority of men feel threatened,insecure, and out of sorts when in the company of other men. Understandably a grey area, but this is an invaluable goldmine to receive deep inner-healing, and power with God and men abounds in doing so.