Inter-NET or an internal net, which has caught many that have turned into prey for the devil. Did you ever see a small fly struggling to free itself from a spider web?
People are in this state; they are stuck with the social networks, games, and sites of all kinds of filt; it is the devil dragging many to hell online.
The truth is that with the advance of technology and computing, people go to sleep and wake up holding their cell phones.
The last thing they do at night is checking their cell phones.
The first thing in the morning is the cell phone.
The devil knows that he is not omnipresent. Therefore, he stays online 24 hours hunting for his prey.
There is an overabundance of apps, groups, and tools to keep you busy with the internet; evil’s baits are very tempting.
It is not wrong to use the internet, cell phone, computer, and apps. Being enslaved by them is what is wrong.
You have protected your computer from viruses, but has your soul been contaminated with evil viruses?
The internet has led many to touch the fruit of the tree of life. The devil says, “Eat, and you will become knowledgeable of GOOD and EVIL…”
When you use the internet in a responsible way and most importantly, with fear of God, this net does not take you to hell.
The fruit was there at their disposal, and they had access to it, but the fear of God did not allow them to touch it. Those who use the internet without the fear of God are touching the forbidden fruit and will lose Paradise, sooner or later.
How to know if the Internet is benefiting or harming you?
Analyze what you read, listen to, the sites and blogs you visit, the videos you watch, the groups and communities you participate in, the chatrooms, etc.
If you have turned into that fly imprisoned by the spiderweb (the Internet), you need deliverance just as a person addicted to drugs.
Here goes a tip for those who use the internet: “All things are lawful for me, but all things are not helpful. All things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power of any.” (1 Corinthians 6.12) Every time you go online, remember this verse.
May the God of the Bible bless you!