I can’t say I’ve ever written about current events, but sometimes you just have to share secrets. There are times in life when doubt controls, but what if I could remove any inhibitions from speculation? What if hypothetically was actual? What if – Satan lives? Oh, not just in the minds of many but in a laptop or a computer. Think not?? Think again! My editor, Anne, has always been very happy to edit and post my messages for the world to read. EXCEPT NOW!!!!
After weighing on my heart for many months, the thought of Satan ruining our faithful foundations of life… well… I thought it is time to exploit that Satan is very much alive. And if you doubt me, ask Anne! She fought Friday for four hours trying to post my blog, “As Satan Caves”. Satan fought her tooth and nail by moving his picture and writings around the screen. He was trying deprive her the privilege of exploiting his undermining in our world today. I gave her the secret words to remove him from her laptop.
On Saturday, a message from a new Christian, whose concerns are the same, spoke to a pastor about my exact writings contents. Anne began responding to her with a heartfelt answer. And voila – GONE! Yes! Her response vanished! But not just her response but also the email I received. Hours later, her response and email reappeared.
I think I touched a nerve. No, not Anne’s but Satan’s being! In my mission to exploit the truth, God is so real. Satan remains trying to rule our very way of life. I, for one, stays close to God in prayer as Satan obviously knows I’m affecting his intentions. Rejoicing — I’m making a difference!
Control yourselves. Be on your guard. Your enemy the devil is like a roaring lion. He prowls around looking for someone to chew up and swallow. Stand up to him. Stand firm in what you believe. All over the world you know that your brothers and sisters are going through the same kind of suffering. (1 Peter 5: 8-9)
He may wrestle against you, fighting against your progress in Christ (Ephesians 6:12)
He may try to cripple your effectiveness through confusion, discouragement, and despair (2 Corinthians 4:8-9).