There is something unusual that occurs as the sun goes down. Perhaps people think that no one will see their actions, hidden by the dark. This mentality is nothing new as even first century Christians fell prey to this flawed mindset, Romans 13:11-13.
When the night arrived, Judas Iscariot left the Last Supper. Caught off guard by Jesus’ accusation of betrayal, a thought conceived in his mind was acted upon. Unseen by everyone except God, Judas was exposed by his disingenuous kiss on Jesus’ check.
Whether you’re battling demons of addiction, bad habits or poor choices, don’t let the temptations of night knock your off track. Although this is easier said then done, the environment you choose will be influenced by how well you listen and learn, Matthew 13:1-9. Follow in the steps of Romans 13:14 so that when the night arrives, your soul will be prepared to ward off evil spirits of your past.
by Jay Mankus