Being Foolish

1Some of us get tricked in business contracts and agreements and feel foolish about it. We vow never to be fooled again, but sometimes we still fall into the trickery of our adversaries. How do we surpass this? By being smarter with our decisions and being smarter than our enemies.

Foolish minds do not arouse suspicion. If all warfare is based on deception, this strategy makes a great deal of sense. In Matthew 10:16, Jesus says, “‘Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves. Therefore be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.’” And in 1 Samuel 21:13, David feigns insanity before Achish, king of Gath, to preserve his life. Clearly this is a stratagem with which the prophetic warrior must be acquainted.

Putting up your own business is no joke. You spend a lot of money and time in making sure that it becomes a success in the future. But there will always be those who wish to stop you from becoming successful. This is why Bishop Jordan wrote the “Spiritual Art of War”. He wishes to help those who are always being stepped on and have always lost their battles.

It’s time that you start winning your personal battles. Click here and read the book today.