Distraction

I have seen the enemy, and the enemy is Distraction. Whether it be busyness or entertainment, ultimately it is Distraction.

Originally I had accepted the enemy’s identity as busyness. The spirit of the enemy (the world) is the spirit of the age, which I had incorrectly identified as busyness. While this has set me on the correct path, and probably played a role in identifying the enemy’s true nature (I need to offer up thanks to John Eldridge for pointing me in this direction), it is merely one of the enemy’s tools. Entertainment is the other.

Have a Great Day!

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