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About Doc Roberts
Doc was born December 13, 1954. Becasue his father left before he was born, Doc was raise by a single mother, who would later marry three tmes and have four more children. Being the oldest and without fatherly supervision, Doc learn life on the streets of Indianapolis, IN.
Doc’s mother died of cancer at 54 years old. Since his mother’s death in 1991, Doc searched for life’s purpose through many means and religions. But all he achieved was false hope while being addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Then in 2011, Doc met Jesus in his garage. He came up and out of that encounter a new creation. He is now an ordained minister and has served the Lord in many capacities; three overseas mission trips, has a BA in Christian Counseling, Celebrate Recovery leader, local jail ministry and Kairos prison ministry. His current focus is on spiritual warfare.
Titles By Doc Roberts
The dog steps out from behind the tree, whines, and trots the opposite way.
Where did it originate?
From death, heights, the IRS, poverty, or spiders, everyone deals with fear. Why? Because all are born with it.
What are you afraid of the most?
It should be the Lord, then me. However, the fear of the Lord and fearing me are at different ends of the ladder.
Fear is the taproot of my sinful nature.
This is my story.
Time is of the essence. It comes and goes. And we are here for a short duration. The book of James reads, “Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes.” And Psalm 144:4 states, “They are like a breath; their days are like a fleeting shadow.”
Tomorrow becomes today, and yesterday is but a dream; thoughts that bring back moments joy or regret. We remember moments, not days. And each new day brings forth the opportunity to make new, joyful memories. To rekindle the old, by creating the new.
Jesus tells us in the bible how to live out our days so they are full of love and joy. Jesus lived in the moment; not from a past regret or tomorrow’s worry. He lived in the moment then and He still does now.
Because Jesus is a now Savior!