The enemy loves to isolate us—and attack. That’s why loneliness leaves us vulnerable to sin:
We may be living life, oblivious to the threat, just like antelopes who thoughtlessly munch on grass while a lion lurks just feet away. But the threat is there, and it is real. Staying disconnected has the power to do much more than simply make us feel lonely. It may just be what the enemy uses to prey upon you and bring you down.
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