Posted by: reformbama | March 16, 2011

Game Time, Round 2

This little quote is making it’s rounds again on Facebook. A pastor I know even posted this. satan must be in agony on every Wednesday and Sunday. Good sound quote or not.

When you carry the Bible, Satan gets a headache. When you open it, he collapses. When he sees you reading it, he faints. When he sees you living it, he flees. And just when you’re about to re-post this, he’ll try to discourage you.

If you are reading it you are most likely living it. How can he flee if he has fainted?

I think it is quite the opposite of fleeing when we live our Christian/holy life. Does the book “The Screwtape Letters” ring a bell. Does Job ring a bell. The book of Ephesians and the whole armor of God. Or how about in Peter where satan is said to roaming like a lion ready to devour. Does not sound like someone that is put off by our carrying or reading our Bibles.

Maybe if we really took time to read it and study it, then maybe these quaint little quotes will not make their rounds on Facebook or any other social network.

Nuff Said!

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Responses

  1. You should comment every time you see that posted with this…

    “I think it is quite the opposite of fleeing when we live our Christian/holy life. Does the book “The Screwtape Letters” ring a bell. Does Job ring a bell. The book of Ephesians and the whole armor of God. Or how about in Peter where satan is said to roaming like a lion ready to devour. Does not sound like someone that is put off by our carrying or reading our Bibles.”

    A perfect response!


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