Whereas Dust Collector focuses largely on our inner dialogue, Sabotage helps us rid our lives of outside negative forces. Unfortunately, these forces are not always obvious, so Sabotage teaches us how to spot the seemingly innocuous people or circumstances that can lead us down a negative path. He uses as an example the group of college friends that ask you to go out for "a few drinks" the night before a big exam. They probably don't mean any harm; like most college students, they just want to have fun. Johnson's point however, is that they lack focus, and if you put their agenda ahead of your own, you could be making a choice that will haunt you later on.
But Sabotage also covers much more serious issues, such as drug abuse and criminal behavior. It is a tool to help us combat the “spiritual terrorists” that are the source of fear, despair and pain. In order to do this, he feels, we must be positive in word, deed and thought.
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Apostle Kevin A. Johnson is a minister, counselor, and writer based in Nashville, Tennessee. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and a minor in Pastoral Studies from the American Baptist Theological Seminary, where he graduated magna cum laude and was twice-named Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. He also received special recognition for outstanding service by former Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist.
In addition to his ministry, Apostle Johnson and his wife Terrah own and operate Just Breathe Ministries, LLC. They have five children. To contact Apostle Johnson or learn more his work,visit http://www.facebook.com/Kevin.a.johnson3 or email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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