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(Natural News) “Ohio” Brett Bohl believes each person has a unique calling from God.

“You know life is challenging. There are some bumps in the road. And what we have right here, everybody has a different calling from the Lord. And yours is different than mine,” said Bohl during the April 13 episode of “The Ohio Brett Show” on Brighteon.TV.

The ChristianRevolution.net co-founder and motivational speaker was joined by guest Jonathan Keener, whom he called one of America’s true Christian leaders.

Keener talked about his family and raising his eight children – four boys and four girls – with his wife. He said it’s important for today’s parents to teach their children the principles of what it means to be a man or woman of God.

His eldest son is a pitcher and plays for Wake Forest. Keener is making sure that his son understands the ups and downs of athletic careers.

Ordained to be a preacher in 2008, Keener talked about the challenges he and his family faced and his personal relationship with the Lord. Keener said he is now focused on verses, concepts and the Word of God.

“I’ve been born again truly submitted since I was 19 years old. So I submitted or gave my life to the Lord at 19. But at this stage, I feel like I’m more like a child. Childlike faith, simple faith. Enjoy each moment with with God,” Keener said.

Men of God live for His glory, worship Him

Keener also said that men of God like Abraham and Moses lived for His glory and worshipped Him, and he intends to do the same.

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He also talked about his ministry and website, ImpactOurCity.com. He said they had been doing the café ministry and what he called “Take it Back to Streets for Jesus” public ministry. (Related: Sharing community, culture, faith: Study finds religious people are happier.)

“I was trying to do so many things and still be a dad of little babies. And it has given me a beautiful gift to be a dad in this season. So right now, I’m a salesman, I sell solar and battery. But I do talks, life talks, wisdom talks, while I’m in my truck, and I share the things that God downloads into me,” Keener said.

“And I add some of those things on my website. Those are blogs, articles, downloads from the Holy Spirit. And so when the Holy Spirit gives me some, I just release it. And that’s where I live my life. The vision that God has given me is to have public places, cafes to build relationships, have a cup of coffee, sit down, just talk to influential people, find out what they’re thinking and try to share with them God’s vision for a town.”

Keener mentioned that a person can inspire somebody wherever they are and be an influence in their neighborhood. He added that one can influence others by talking to people like starting a Bible study in their neighborhood or men’s group and helping people to wake up to who they really are as a child of God and as a disciple of Christ.

Follow DivinityNow.org to know more about God’s calling.

Watch the full April 13 episode of “The Ohio Brett Show” below. “The Ohio Brett Show” airs every Wednesday at 4-5 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

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Sources include:

Brighteon.com

TheChristianRevolution.net


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