Little Tongue, PRAY not PREY!

Many of us are quarantine during the world’s crisis of COVID-19. Therefore, let us keep one another encouraged and uplifted with kind words. Show compassion, love, and understanding, and remember little tongue to PRAY not PREY!

Satan never ceases to devour us with continuous tactics through lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes, and pride of life (I John 2:16). We must resist the tempter who is incapable of playing fair. He exploits our physical weaknesses and kicks us when most vulnerable like our world’s current state. In my opinion, with everything that is going on in the world, perhaps some of us are tired enough to give up and fall prey to our biggest deceiver.

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Satan is constantly looking for opportunities to stir ungodliness within our minds. Let us stand guard not falling to “preying” on others or being exploited by Satan. Instead, be strong and courageous applying the Word of God to filter through Satan’s deceptive schemes. (II Corinthians 2:11)

He manipulates and twists Scripture to deceive, distract and destroy with his many fiery darts, but they are all quenched with the shield of faith (Ephesians 6:16). Remember, the Holy Spirit within us is greater than the temptations of Satan (I John 4:4).

handle image2We are all aware that Satan and his demons have a 24 hours 7 days a week shedule prowling around like a roaring lion seeking whom they may devour. The tempter works diligently to keep our minds fill with much evil as possible to do his bidding.

Let us continue to be encouragers through blogging, personal conversations, daily devotionals, social media, phone calls, text messages, emails and other means of communication.

Let us not fall to he who masquerades as an angel of light trying to make us see evil as good (II Corinthians 11:14).

 

Author:

Christian Blogger, Wife of Minister Felton D. Woods, Mother and Grandmother

30 thoughts on “Little Tongue, PRAY not PREY!

  1. That is he right way to do it Mrs T. We must be vigilant obeying God’s instructions through His word and the leading of the Holy Spirit. Our joy is fulfilled only in Christ. We rest in Christ as He gives us strength for the battle. I pray our hearts and mind be filled with the word of God

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  2. Your title made me think of the Sunday School song, “Oh, be careful little mouth, what you say, Oh, be careful little mouth, what you say, for the Father up above is looking down in love, So, be careful little mouth, what you say…”

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