I received this quote, obviously from someone of the Pentecostal persuasion who didn't like the scripture I gave them: “I dont use all the scripture, because I exhort, and I know the scripture, and can sit, and look up all the quotes in the world, but God sometimes wants us to share what He has taught us. Quoting the bible, will be done the devil in the end days. Will come in knowing everything. Just think how much that satan will know ,and people will get surprised. A big one! Hmmmmmm, food for thought.” I find a lot of problems with this thinking. When I think about what the Bible says to me, “that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable and perfect will of God.” “Be a good workman, rightly dividing,” “Put on the whole armour of God” And then there’s Proverbs, “how long will ye simple ones love simplicity” and many many other words about being prepared, and “I will never leave you nor forsake you” Although we have the example of Satan telling Jesus to jump off the mountain, He didn’t, and I realize we aren’t Jesus, but He is with us. I certainly see both sides in trying to out quote the Devil, but shouldn’t we be prepared with the Words of truth in our hearts and search diligently for them. I know scripture can be twisted, but if your taughts are blinded in this fear because of what you've been taught by others isn't that also food for thought? Any thoughts?