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Oct 2, 2017

At age 15 Hesham Shehab was handed a sniper rifle and joined the Muslim Brotherhood during the Lebanese Civil War. He later was part of a mortar team, shelling civilians in Christian neighborhoods. Through the intervention of the Holy Spirit and a chance meeting with a Lutheran Pastor in Beirut, Shehab converted to Christianity and is now an LCMS Lutheran pastor in Illinois. He tells his incredible to story to Pastor Bennett on Clinging to God & Guns. Plus tips from Mia and Sgt. Bill.

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Special Guest: Hesham Shehab
Our special guest, Pastor Hesham Shehab, tells his amazing story of leaving the Muslim faith and finding faith in Christ.

Ballistic Minute with Sergeant Bill
Sgt. Bill reviews the ETS CAM Loader magazine loader.

Aaron Israel of Fundamental Defense
Aaron is travelling for work and will join us again next week.

Mia's Motivations with Mia Anstine
Mia is back from the NRA Women's Leadership Forum in Dallas with a report.

Clinging to God and Guns 
Pastor Bennett interviews Hesham Shehab, a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood in Lebanon who converted to Christianity and came to America to become a Lutheran pastor.

Prayer of the Week
O Lord Jesus, our hearts break for the many lives taken in Las Vegas. For the families shattered and the multitude of the wounded. We lay before you every grieving heart. Every injured body. Every person crying out in perplexity and anguish. Have mercy, Lord, upon them, all. We ask this in Your name, whose own eyes wept in the presence of death and in whose invincible love and forgiveness is this sad world's only hope. Amen.

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