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“Satan never kicks a dead horse.”

“Satan never kicks a dead horse.” This was said by Evangelist Dwight L. Moody back when horses were used for transportation.

Did you ever stop to think that some of the things that you’re going through during this season may be inspired by someone that you can’t see? Yes the good that you do, or try to do can upset the plans of the enemy and move you to the top of his hit list! A friend of mine use to say that “The powers of darkness have many allies!”

Fortunately whatever we’re going through we never go through alone, because we are helping to build up God’s kingdom, and though we may be a “little” church, we serve a great big God!! Yes Satan doesn’t kick dead horses because he knows that they can’t do anything. It’s the live ones that he’s worried about. “Fear not, little flock; For it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” St. Luke 12:32. Keep praying Saints!

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