by Andrew Webo.
History has it that two empires came to do battle.
The Greek and the people of Troy. A long fought battle.
The Greeks seeing no victory near, under the instruction of a man named Odysseus, built a large, hollow wooden horse, stacked a select few soldiers inside it and left it by the Trojan shore and pretended to sail away.
We know the story, the Trojans pulled their “victory trophy” into the city and began to celebrate.
That night, while everyone was asleep, the hidden soldiers got out of the horse and opened the city gates for the other Greek soldiers who had sailed back in the cover of darkness.
What resulted was the fall of Troy. Victory to the Greek.
The Chirstians life and war with the kingdom of darkness mirrors this tale and we too fall for these tricks and invite wooden horses to our…
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