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Keep your heart with all
diligence, for out of it
spring the issues of life.
Proverbs 4:23 NKJV


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Exercise for Lesson 14

Discerning the Enemy: Head to Heart Guide

If someone offered you a poisonous snake, what would you do? Take it to your bosom and let it bite you? Or would you say, "No thank you, I don't shake hands with snakes!"

Whenever we have listened to accusing words condemning us and putting us down, we had a choice: to let the words fall off of us, or to take them to heart and let them bite into us, infecting us with their poison. God is not asking any of us to take into our own hearts the accusing words of others. His word to us is "I do not accuse you!" (see the Sword and Shield section).

Make a list of things that people have said to you (that hurt you) in one column and the reasons in God why you do not have to believe those words or feel what the enemy wants you to feel. We can all grow greater abilities at discerning the enemy.

Hurtful accusations I have received    Reasons in God for not taking them to heart
______________________              ______________________________
______________________              ______________________________
______________________              ______________________________


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