One of the most dangerous aspects of technology and social media is that they allow fools to give full vent to messages they think are “anointed from on high.”
When we think of fools and foolishness, we commonly think of something akin to a court jester or the stoner that lives just down the road, but that is nowhere near to the biblical definition of the term.
Nabal lived up to his namesake. He was a fool! But to this day Nabal’s foolishness thrives and remains undetected among the modern-day “believer.”
Just like a steady diet of tasty junk food can kill a person, so to can “spiritual” junk food kill you in the End. What is “spiritual” junk food and what does it taste like? How does it affect us today?
. . . and what does all this have to do with the “strange woman” in the book of Proverbs?
Wisdom speaks directly to the simple in the book of Proverbs, but who are the simple? Are they people who don’t know very much? Are they just naive? The answer hits a little closer to home than you might think.