How to Sabotage an Introverted Pastor
My dearest, dreadful Grubnat,
I have read your report with great interest and am not dissuaded in the least that your client has not responded well to our previous tack of desiring his congregation’s pleasure, and in fact is more predisposed to not caring what they think at all. You should remember from primary school the very basic lesson that any one idolatry has at least two doors of entry. If your client cannot be led to feed on his pride through the front door of people-pleasing and what the Enemy calls “fear of man” take him by his nose around to the service entrance.
Our Enemy looked at the shepherdless sheep and felt compassion (for some inexplicable reason). Your client appears easily manipulated into seeing his sheep and feeling irritated. So let us go with that. Let us count some ways this may be accomplished:
Your patient is…