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Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast Episode 074 Brandon Janous Interview

Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast Episode 074 Brandon Janous Interview

Welcome to the Terri Hitt – Live With Eternal Perspective Podcast
Episode #074 – Brandon Janous Interview

Thank you for entrusting and investing your precious time with me to grow in Jesus together. I am blessed to be back with you to discuss more ways to live with eternal perspective.

Believers in Christ often think we live with an eternal perspective, yet we don’t comprehend the depth and weight of eternity until we face death in some form. Whether it is through the passing of a loved one, or the impact of an illness, we each encounter moments where we must confront the truth of our mortality.
On today’s podcast, I share a conversation with Brandon Janous. Because Father’s Day is coming soon, I knew this was the perfect time to introduce you to Brandon. As you hear the story of his family, you will meet a man who made the choice to allow God to carry him through the most difficult season of his life. Brandon is living the definition of what a godly and committed father practices. Placing his family before himself and allowing God to have center place in his life.

Hebrews 11:1 says, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” A believer does not grieve as one without hope. I think you’ll be encouraged by this episode and see the difference the faith of one woman made in the lives of those left to navigate this uncertain world. Because of his relationship with Jesus, Brandon is continuing the legacy left by his wife, Rachel and allowing others to be drawn nearer to Christ by his testimony. The truth is that we are here to point the way to Jesus. You’ll hear that in the podcast today.

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I hope you enjoyed this episode and that you will ponder the words of Rachel Janous, “I know that I’m dying, and I’m at peace with that. At this point, all I have left to give is Jesus and that’s more than enough.”
Rachel’s words are a truth that we each need to intentionally put into perspective each moment of our life. Allow the viewpoint she shared with Brandon to remind you of the basic fact that Jesus is more than enough and our focus should never stray from striving to live in ways that point others to Him and allow us to be ready to meet Him in eternity.

Life is full of heartache and beauty, mixed with pain, grief, and suffering, but a peace that passes understanding is available any time we look to Him and release our burdens into His capable and willing hands.

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I pray this podcast draws you nearer to God and helps you cling to Him, despite any circumstances in your life. Until next week, keep looking Up while focusing on new ways to Live With Eternal Perspective.

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