Who’s the Enemy? (Wednesday)

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A friend told me about a contentious church meeting. The battle was pretty much a repeat of previous meetings, with two factions each accusing the other of ungodly behavior. After everyone was sliced, diced and miserable, the meeting adjourned.

 

This is the visual image I got from God:

Satan pushed his chair back from the table with a satisfied smile, just like folks do after a sumptuous meal. “Well! Another great meeting.”

Many victims, just one enemy.bless soul pic

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3 Responses to Who’s the Enemy? (Wednesday)

  1. LINDA GARRITY says:

    I SEE THIS HAPPENING IN MY FAMILY…AS CHRISTIANS WE NEED TO REMEMBER WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ABOUT FORGIVENESS..
    I HEARD SOMETHING OVER 20 YEARS AGO…
    “WHEN FINALLY YOU LEARNED HUMILITY. AND FINALLY ARE SURE YOU ARE A HUMBLE PERSON”……YOU’RE NOT”

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      Ah yes, Linda, the enemy goes after families too.

      Lord God, may the spirit of forgiveness overtake the enemy’s disruption of Linda’s family. Amen.

  2. LINDA GARRITY says:

    TODAY WE BELIEVE GOD WANTS US TO KNOW THAT …

    SHARED JOY IS A DOUBLE JOY; SHARED SORROW IS HALF A SORROW.

    THERE IS NO NEED FOR YOU TO GO IT ALONE. THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO LOVE YOU, AND WHO ARE READY TO GIVE YOU MUCH NEEDED SUPPORT. THERE ARE EVEN MORE, – WAY MORE THAN YOU CAN POSSIBLY IMAGINE, PEOPLE WHO CAN LOVE YOU IF YOU GIVE THEM A CHANCE. MAKE
    ‘SHARED JOY, HALF THE SORROW’
    YOUR MOTTO FOR TODAY.

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