Through every valley, through everything that rose up against me, and through every bout with insanity, Christ was there holding me. Should I ignore the question of weather I follow Him or not? Should I lower my head in shame when asked do I know Christ? Absolutely NOT. I am not ashamed of my Lord. The one who rescued me from death and madness. The one who lifted me from the ashes left by the life that I set fire to. I am not ashamed of the one who gave His life for me so I could have redemption. I forged a crumbling empire that was build on sin, but the walls of my kingdom crashed down and I fell to the bottom with it. Landing upon the rock, I discovered that the Rock is Christ, and when I landed upon Him I was shattered. But in His everlasting love, He began to conform me into His image. His brilliant light drove the darkness away, and I was made whole. I am not ashamed of my Savior, my Lord and my King. I will stand in front of the most anti-Christ individual or mob and proclaim Christ is Lord, and it is He that you must answer to. The cost is simple, all for Him, everything for Him. The decision is also simple, my life for Him. I was not given a spirit of fear and I will not be afraid to trust in the one who has all power. We are more than conquerors through Christ Jesus our Lord. It is Christ who stands with me, and if He stands with me, who can stand against me. What does this mental disorder have compared to the power of Christ. What does your trial, your battle, your fight, have compared to the awesome power of Jesus Christ the King of kings, and the Lord or lords. Again, I am not ashamed of my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Grace and mercy be with you all. Love and peace from me to you in the name of Christ Jesus our Lord.