Nostalgia: A Tool of the Enemy
This is interesting. The enemy never sleeps.
“Say not thou, What is the cause that the former days were better than these? for thou dost not enquire wisely concerning this.”
THE FANTASY OF THE “GOOD OLD DAYS”
One of the tools of the enemy is nostalgia: those fond, often bittersweet, memories of the “good old days.”
Well, here’s a little advice: the good old days were never as good as the selective memory of humanity has made them out to be.
Nostalgia is revisionist history.
Nostalgia is a distraction from the present.
Nostalgia is living in the past–a past that was never as good as we make it out to be. Actually, a past that was far worse than many of us ever knew.
And while the world–and the other minions of Satan–works overtime to drum up feelings about “times gone by,” the Bible has quite…
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