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TITLE: The Argument
By Louis Nyecki Sr
04/17/12
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Spiritual Warfare - I Peter 5:8, Ephesians 6:10-20, James 1:12-16, James 3:1-12
It starts with a word that generates a spark
If hot enough, it could light up the dark
The heat from the fire, could kill you at will
The demon behind it may sit on the window sill

The invisible enemy tempts us, then laughs
Ruins relationships, you do the math
Divorce in a marriage, or guilty of a crime
Words from our lips have to stop in time

Mostly unknowingly, we assume words of wit
Can put out the blaze, to respond, from the places we sit
But deep to the root, of the evil you must go
Casting and binding in Jesus name, slow

As a receiver of great and damaging words
Your best bet to survive is to not think absurd
Pray without ceasing, expect an answer in time
Let God do the work, to them that appear like slime.

The enemy is not dumb, he knows us like a book
He can fish for souls with an enticing hook
The enemy seeks dearly to do us great harm
Pray angels in charge will sound the alarm

Remember the tongue, no man can tame
Itís truly full of poison and the blame game
Donít stay a victim, itís easy to do
Trust me, God sincerely loves you
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