The Art of War teaches us to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy’s not coming, but on our own readiness to receive him; not on the chance of his not attacking, but rather on the fact that we have made our position unassailable.
Sun Tzu, The Art of War: VIII:Variations in Tactics
Tinkerbell and Pixie Dust
How cute. Who hasn’t loved Tinkerbell? She is so DELIGHTFUL. She brings MAGIC. She brings FANTASY. She comes in the form of LIGHT. She helps young lost children get their wings to fly away, out of their boredoms and into lands they can only imagine in their minds.
It is not about Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell is funny and delightful. If you keep it in the form of harmless fantasy. But this isn’t about harmless fantasy and I’m not really writing about Tinkerbell. Intercessors know.
It the magic she brings that has the church fascinated.
Where are the eyes positioned? The enemy is not Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell cannot mislead you. Your fascination of her will. And the church is enamored with fun little delightful wispy gifts of others that bring them up out of their boredom.
Acts 5:15 so that they brought the sick out into the streets and laid them on beds and couches, that at least the shadow of Peter passing by might fall on some of them.
What is Pan?
Come out, open your eyes. They reveal their strategy hidden in plain sight.
Operators are standing by.
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