There's a reason why an article about ex-Korn guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch's book called Save Me from Myself: How I Found God, Quit Korn, Kicked Drugs, and Lived to Tell My Story was made popular on Digg.com today.
In excerpts from the "Save Me From Myself" book and articles, Brian Welch speaks his truth about finding Jesus -- a truth that has me saying, "That's right!" and becoming envious and inspired by him telling the real deal behind being saved:
"All of the man-made religion crap in this world has to die . . . " Brian Welch wrote about his raw and real Save Me From Myself book.
"All that prideful, controlling religious crap is what drives young people away from churches."
This is EXACTLY the way I've been feeling lately. No wonder young people are responding to the truth in droves.
And I love it when a grungy, tattooed hard-rockin' guy becomes a believer, like Good Charlotte's Joel Madden, with his (hopefully not rub off) tattoos of Jesus on his arm.
Like him, Brian Welch has a huge young following hungry to read excerpts and download portions of his "Save Me From Myself" book to look for something deeper in this world.
The old stodgy type of Pharisee-a-cal legalistic rules are something Christ criticized. He was more about relationships and hanging out with His Father on mountaintops and helping the downtrodden -- but He still didn't mince Words about sin.
Any would-be believer responds more to One Punk Under God than finger-wagging hypocrisy.
I'm learning this lesson and trying to find that balance between "not being of the world, but still being in it," and in it effectively.
Who knows? The Lord just might use Brian Welch's "Save Me From Myself" to save me from fakery in the Name of the Most High and inspire me to tell my real testimony one day.
Doesn't Welch look a whole bunch like Yeshua might've looked in this pic?
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