According to Terkeurst, “It’s a good drug choice. Every church event I attended readily provided my drug out in the open with no hesitation or judgment.” (Pg. 37) That’s the problem; it’s a well-disguised drug choice that our culture accepts. 1 Peter 5:8 warns, “Be alert and sober minded! The enemy prowls around like a roaring lion waiting to devour us.” If you’re not conscious of the enemy’s schemes he will deceive you! He’ll put thoughts in your head that you will continually act on such as: “You earned that piece of cake after finishing that stressful work project.” or “I forgot my lunch; I’ll stop at the vending machine.” or “I’ll start again Monday.” Before you know it, you’re 12 pounds heavier and having unexplained pain in your knees. In my personal opinion, this is one of the enemy’s greatest schemes. When you feel these misplaced cravings come on stop and pray.