Breaching enemy lines


Natanz plant

Stuxnet initially breached Iran‘s uranium enrichment facility at Natanz by simply agents dropping an infected thumbdrive in the parking lot. Some knucklehead picked it up, connected it to a work computer, and the virus was in — and it throttled thousands of centrifuges out of commission before and after it was detected.

To avoid cyberwarfare attacks, the plant had been isolated by a “cyber moat” from the Internet. As it turns out, it wasn’t so difficult for CIA agents to leap the moat.

I know how to get behind enemy lines and thwart their plans even better. It’s called prayer. The Spirit, Jesus said, comes and goes without anybody being aware. It is the ultimate stealth weapon. When an outsider report from the 1980s affirmed no visible vestige of Christianity in China, still revival flames were burning, and no one was never able to snuff it out.

The devil suppresses our spiritual warfare when he lulls us into a drowsy contentedness and lotus satisfaction. He hypnotizes us with materialism, success and the good life. We are full and busy pleasing ourselves, so we neglect prayer. Who will win the war? It depends on IF Christians pray.

2 responses to “Breaching enemy lines

  1. I love all of your posts I have read so far. I love this one on prayer..it really shows the power of it. I also loved your post back in May, “A crumbs enough” Really moved me. I believe everything God has given us, in the Old and New Testament, are all also examples for us to help us in our lives. God bless you and have a beautiful weekend! I’m glad I found your site and that I guessed correctly! Most people don’t list their site on their gravatar…and they should…because sometimes that’s all we have to go by to find it. You put it under verified services… God bless you!

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