(From Worthy News Brief 6/18/19) email@example.com
2 Corinthians 2:11 lest Satan should take advantage of us; for we are not ignorant of his devices.
Toward the end of 1941, as the second world war was raging in Europe, the Japanese ambassador was sent to Washington D.C. apparently seeking peace; however back in Japan, the emperor was planning the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Japanese empire sent their ambassador to D.C. as a distraction, so the sudden attack on Pearl Harbor took the United States by surprise.
Distraction is a common tactic in warfare. Our enemy is constantly seeking to distract us, both to divert our energies and to keep our eyes off his attack strategy. He wants to distract us from our calling and set us up for the kill. Whether it’s things of this world, getting caught up in issues that are really not our business, personal rivalries, pointless worrying, or fruitless endeavors — let’s face it — we can be easily distracted! We need to constantly refocus our attention to the things that truly matter as we fight the good fight.
So be aware of this tactic of the enemy — learn it well. Take a break, check your activities and priorities for distraction, and see if it’s being used against you. Then refocus your energy towards the good fight!
Yours in HIS great love, Ken<>< www.Trinity-Aloha.org
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The World Today:
Diplomatic sources at the UN headquarters in New York revealed to Maariv that they are assessing the United States’ plans to carry out a tactical assault on Iran in response to the tanker attack in the Persian Gulf on Thursday. (Could be the beginning of another war?)
‘Sing Hallelujah to the Lord’ marks Hong Kong anti-extradition protests, ‘anthem’ of demonstration
As record numbers demonstrate in the streets of Hong Kong to protest a proposed extradition law and the mainland Chinese government, a Christian song penned in 1974 has become an ‘unofficial anthem. (An amazing picture of a 2 Million demonstration.) https://www.worthynews.com/41716-sing-hallelujah-to-the-lord-marks-hong-kong-anti-extradition-protests-anthem-of-demonstration