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  1. So often Christians think the enemy puts thoughts in our heads or rules our actions (“the devil made me do it”). And while unbidden thoughts can come, I agree with my husband (and your examples) that more often than not, the enemy stirs up our emotions with irrationality, fear, anger or panic. We see this so much in the OT with Saul who became a basket case within seconds – all irrational emotional responses that he felt compelled to follow. And you are so right, that too often we (Christians) step right up to the plate and say, “Yes, I’ll agree with and receive that emotion” instead of rejecting it, saying “NOT ON MY WATCH!” Good post. Thanks.

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