By Bishop Dennis Leonard We can see from scripture that Paul was stressed out in his life. We all have stress in our families, finances, careers and health. Stress is part of our lives. But it takes a certain amount of stress to get things done. It takes stress on the violin strings to play music. However, if you tighten the strings too tight, the strings will snap. The same thing is true for our lives. It takes a certain amount of stress for us to accomplish things in this life. But if we're not careful, the stress can make us snap. We all know that too much stress will bring you to a breaking point. When you're at a breaking point, it feels like you're going to explode. When you're at a breaking point, it feels as though everything is about to fall apart. The other day I was on an airplane and the flight attendant dropped a can of soda.. Dwayne Burris gives his suggestions on how to prepare for and deal with an 'Active Shooter' Situation READ THE STORY, PG. 6 Dr. Nathan L. O'Neal opposes liberal peers, examines Obama's faults, and tells the country to stop asking for Trumps impeachment READ THE STORY, PG. 9 Michael Forti warns of the dangers of idoltry in this, the coming of the Antichrist, and the the end times. READ THE STORY, PG. 5 Bodyof Christ News DEC 2017 VOLUME 29, ISSUE 4 COLORADO BY THE WILL OF I AM THAT I AM — Exodus 3:14 COMPLIMENTARY SERVING COMMUNITIES IN: DENVER, AURORA, MONTBELLO, BOULDER, COLORADO SPRINGS & PUEBLO Don't Snap Under the Stress PAGE 10 continued reading on page 10