Scams done over email or via phone are generally called a phishing attack — but Satan’s spiritual version of phishing doesn’t steal passwords or money, it steals our peace. Saul’s example shows what it’s like to get ‘caught’ by this not-so-good spirit, but also encourages us to ‘hold our peace’ so we don’t get scammed in the first place.
A native of the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, Jason-David Nitzberg grew up the eldest of five children in a his-hers-and-theirs family. Jason holds a computer engineering degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, but made sure to take art and theatre as his fun classes through his academic career. He currently resides in Cincinnati, working as a 'computer brain' surgeon. He enjoys frisbee disc golf, videography, wearing bow ties, hosting people for Sabbath dinner, studying the Bible, writing and sharing his collection of mind puzzles.