Crosshairs at the Crossroads : Hunting for Heaven
Hunter and Hunted; Here's how to win at both! Life is comprised of moments in time thrown together by God, nature and ourselves, with timing and choice as the commodities that decide which direction we go. Certain of these moments are designated as crossroad moments being more important and strategic in how our journey will go advantageously or chaotically. In these crossroad moments we choose the path we'll take. These are the moments that define our lives. As a hunter, I watch the animals I'm trying to harvest. They have a sixth-sense; an uncanny ability to feel the presence of possible danger, and then to react with a built-in mechanism to avoid it. They know exactly what to do to get out of the situation that is about to bring them harm. They are in their element and they take full advantage of all the benefits. I often have the feeling something or someone is watching me; hunting me. I have a defensive mechanism also, given me by God called discernment. For animals it's instinct, and a natural fear of humans. In humans it's a knowing; an understanding, that we are being sought out and hunted for our souls. But, we have the power of choice to get ourselves out of danger. Many of the ways we hunt our prey are strikingly similar to the ways we are hunted. We hunt in a physical world. We are hunted in the spiritual realm. In this book I compare the techniques and strategies used by the hunters.
- Paperback | 158 pages
- 140 x 216 x 9mm | 209g
- 07 Jul 2013
- Outskirts Press
About Charles III Barnett
Charles has a BSS in Behavioral Science from Ohio University. He has been a hunter most of his life and believes nature is the best neighbor you can have. He is an avid student of the Bible. Charles is married and lives in southern Ohio.