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Very few things take away the power of someone as much as being ridiculed.


In Von Ryan’s Express by David Westheimer, they do it by burning their clothes. The book is an account of Allied prisoners during World War Two. One of the trials of prison camp is that their Italian guards will not give them any new clothes, although their clothes are rags and there is a warehouse full of brand new clothing that they are supposed to have. Finally, the highest ranking Allied officer orders the prisoners to line up and strip, and sets the clothes afire. He goes to solitary for his actions, but the prisoners get their new clothes.


If someone is humiliating you for the cause of Christ, take the humiliation to its furthest possible extent and you will declaw the enemy and drain him of his power.

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