Do not crave his delicacies, for that food is deceptive.
Do not let my heart be drawn to what is evil so that I take part in wicked deeds along with those who are evildoers; do not let me eat their delicacies.
Mix one part lie with a bowl full of truth and spin it into a mean expose. Hungry haters will bite it and like it.
Mix one devilish insinuation into an excellent reputation and watch as a good life starts to look bad.
But first, the tainted recipe rises on the mountains of social media, where a beast heats, cooks and distributes it.
The result? One drop of a deadly lie can cause the healthiest saint to fall hard: quickly by suicide, or more slowly, by a burned career or relationship.
Gotcha's popular recipe destroys, but don't expect a consumer alert.
To me, today's horde of stinging tweets seems like Alfred Hitchcock's horror film, The Birds. A 1963 preview comes true.
What can we do?
1) Don't bite into any cake Satan bakes--no matter how appetizing it seems.
2) Avoid all nasty flocks of angry birds, who repeatedly peck and harm people.
3) Dig deep to find the truth in all matters. God will reveal it to you, if you ask.
## Gotcha's Best Recipe (Part 8)
P.S. To read the other devotions in this series, please see the Gotcha! series.