'Know your enemy' can be/come, counter-productive. Redundant exercise. Not strengthening or achieve any benefits. The other idol notion is the enemies cannot be beaten/back. This common among Christians. Over yonder when dead is the victory and one day comes to this world. More assumption and this mostly defeat, in only few are saved from...
a second death.
Know our enemy. This translates into the outcome and enough sussed can turn over the tyrants. Problem is 99% of the UK pop: don't care/believe T.yrants real and imminent/do, but no faith in viable solutions/glib hopeful/ trust in authorities rescuing/have a philosophy that deals with/too busy to consider the question/quietly freaking out.
Three Jesus encounters reveal the principles of the war.
Stones to bread/throw yourself down/worship 'me'.
Will attempt to say my bit about, but am needing to pray and will get to type/here God willing, as the day goes. Mission in intercession the need is getting all-compelling. Not that intercession is a-happening. Or, not obvious. This a place to arrive. A get-there once and if enough time on.
But nothing but... is a start. Nothing but... includes this screen off.
Bit of earn money today but all in all. Pray time. As I go, and in utter disregard to all else. Only God. Some help for companions. All else -- what's 'else'?
Know the enemy enough. Want God. And God wants following and trust. Proper done with substitutes and 'this world'. Yet this, engages people and material life. More than not.
OK gotta roll. For now.
Do 'throw yourself down' be... t'm-raghhh.
Done this -- BBB. On the War Path. Peace and rise up or dead. Or... get dead (in) and rise-up. Best. In Christ.
And Mark Jesus 8 December 2017 at 10:01.