The inspiration of Christian author Andrew Choi is boundless (Youtube interview)

#blackwomenpodcasters #interview #authorinterview Messiah, Jesus Christ, Gives Us the New Hope: Evil Bruises us, but Christ gives us the Restoration and Victory


There is a saying in Asian classical battle principle by Sun Tzu (c. 6th century BC) who was a Chinese General, military strategist, and author of The Art of War, an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy; said,. “Know your enemy and know yourself, find naught in fear for 100 battles. Know yourself but not your enemy, find level of loss and victory. Know thy enemy but not yourself, wallow in defeat every time.” (知彼知己,百戰不殆) From the moment of human beings’ fall and great misery, God had already planned to send Christ through the channel of the human seed, the mother of Jesus, Mary. God planned to save the world and restore the human condition of happiness. At the moment when humans fell, God had already given the promise of restoration and provided the remedy. That remedy was Jesus Christ. Humans fell, but God did not fail in executing His redemptive plan. Evil bruises us, but God gives us restoration and victory through the Messiah. That hope shines like a morning star in the dark sky.


He was born when Korean peninsula was in the conflict because of the communist invasion. He came to the United States in 1983 because he wanted to reach to all races-not just the Korean people-with the word of God. Korean War boy became a United States Army Chaplain. He was the agent of God’s word, hope, and comfort when the Soldiers had difficulties in their lives. The author, Andrew Choi, a young captain presented an article about Just War to the commander of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization). It was the day before the U.S. air strike on Yugoslavia. The day this author visited the senior leader who had the most influence regarding this decision happened to be the day before the action. This author’s visit to NATO HQ Commander LTG at Brussels, Belgium was purely to perform his chaplain role as moral advisor. He believes the decision was made justly according to God’s will.

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