Satan’s Workshop

I don’t want Satan to outwit us; after all, we are not ignorant about Satan’s scheming.” – 2 Cor. 2:11 


J.A. James, speaking of the power of the press in 1848.

(What would he say about today’s media?)

“The press has a great power for evil. Infidel and immoral writers are pouring forth a deluge of skepticism and vice, which are depositing a poisonous and toxic slime over the minds of the people. 

Let it be imagined, if imagined it can be, what must be the state of multitudes in this country, when millions of pestiferous publications are annually going out among the masses of our population. Let the minds of all Christian people dwell upon . . .
  the insult offered to God,
  the ruin brought upon souls,
  the injury done to morals, and
  the mischief perpetrated in the nation, 
by such a state of things!

These ungodly publications originate from Satan’s Workshop, and reflect the scenes of that dreadful laboratory of mental poison! These authors, printers, publishers, booksellers, vendors, by myriads, are all busy and indefatigable–to do what? 
To destroy the Bible, 
to corrupt the mind,
to pull down the cross, 
to dethrone God, 
to subvert true religion, 
to turn man into a speaking brute, 
to overturn all morality, 
to poison the springs of domestic happiness, 
to dissolve the ties of social order, 
to involve our country in ruin! 

Satan, and all his emissaries upon earth, are in earnest in ruining men’s souls!

We have an evil to contend with . . .
  so gigantic in its strength,
  so diffused in its influence all around us, 
  so infectious and malignant in its effects!

The enemy is coming in like a flood! 
Infidelity and immorality are invading us!

The alarm bell must be rung!”


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