by Katy Kauffman
Overcoming the Obstacles of the Christian Life
A Blog Series on the Gospel of Mark
The clanging of his chains had become a part of him, as much as the hosts that lived within him. Night and day he roamed the hills, the links of his chains scraping with every jostle and jump. The sound was nothing compared to the torrent of cries and shrieks in his soul. They wouldn’t leave. But they gave him incredible strength. Enough might to break the chains that terrified people had used to try to subdue him.
How fitting that he lived among the tombs. He longed for the relief that the departed souls may have found. They were no longer trapped inside their bodies, like he was. Even though he was here as the only living man among the dead, he was dead inside. Dead to hope, dead to peace, dead to life.
, Overcoming the Obstacles of the Christian Life
, The Day Hopelessness Had No Chance
, Katy Kauffman
, Lighthouse Bible Studies