My sister complained to that social media platform because she couldn’t see my posts. They forwarded the message to me.
One person said, “That is offensive” and they removed the post. Then they threatened to disable my account.
Another person said, “I want to see this!” and they forwarded the message to me? Why? Do they want me to promote my post? Do they want me to buy an ad? Probably.
But I learned from Samson’s story – complying when threatened does not work. They may carry out the threat anyway.
His fiancée complied and lost Samson. Then they burned her and her father alive anyway.
Judges 14:15, “…Worm the answer out of your husband or we’ll burn you and your father’s household. Have you invited us here to bankrupt us?” The Message
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Judges 15:6, “The Philistines said, ‘Who did this?’ They were told, ‘Samson, son-in-law of the Timnite who took his bride and gave her to his best man.’ The Philistines went up and burned both her and her father to death.” The Message
Forget social media. I would rather be in isolation than allow them to control me.
“It is in the experience of isolation that the Lord develops an independence of life and of faith so that the soul no longer depends on the continual help, prayers, faith, and care of others.” “Streams in the Desert,” December 20
Do you feel isolated? Without hope?
“Maybe God is trying to show you the nature of true hope. …the kind that gets down deep enough in your heart where people can’t get it. …” “Having Hope When God Seems Silent,” 1:Minute Motivation, Steven Furtick
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