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Four Days Off? Whatever Shall I Do?!!/writefromkaren/status/139325042231230464!/writefromkaren/status/139325181616324609

Four days off? Whatever shall I do?!

How about BLOG!! How about stuff my face with Thanksgiving goodness? How about putting up the Christmas tree? How about finishing my Christmas shopping! (Don’t hate me). How about giving my house a good cleaning?

Let’s skip that last one.

In other words? I’ll think of something! 🙂

As promised, here is the first song for the Christmas season. I’m impatient – I can’t wait anymore.

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Michael Buble’s “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”

And speaking of Christmas – I just found what I want for Christmas. I know, right??

Have a lovely day, friends.

Abundant Life

Audio Teaching: Tactics of the Enemy

by Dan Gallagher
God’s admonition in Scripture that we not be ignorant of Satan’s (the Devil’s) devices is very timely, especially in light of the worldwide rise of many demonic activities. One does not have to look far to see the increasing proliferation of wizardry, witchcraft, occultism, promiscuity, criminality, murder and mayhem, and the list goes on and on. If Christians are ever going to stand effectively in the spiritual battle, we must increase our knowledge of the tactics of the Devil.

You will be amazed to see how many truths concerning the enemy, his methods, and his tactics, are revealed in Proverbs 7, especially when you consider that it was written over 3,000 years ago. In this teaching Dan Gallagher closely examines how God colorfully reveals the enemy’s methods through the use of a story about an ignorant wayward youth and a cunning adulterous woman. You will see the battle of the senses exposed, the devil’s powerful use of words, and the parallels between physical and spiritual disease (ignorance, exposure, contamination, infection, and death). This teaching clearly displays the enemy’s methodical use of rebellion and rejection, his appeal to ego and self, and his concealment behind religious behavior. It is a lesson in wisdom concerning the enemy and his tactics and God’s answer for our defense. We exhort you to add this teaching to your spiritual arsenal.

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