On top of conflict, the Enemy loves division. I recently heard a story about a church whose pastor wanted to move the piano that was placed in an awkward space in the church, to another area of the church to create more walking space. Because he knew how much disruption the idea of the shift had caused, he moved the piano an inch each week until the piano was all the way on the other side of the church. What may seem like something very small to one member, can be something huge for another member. While not all issues are as small as piano placement, if the Enemy can get the church members to divide over something as small as piano placement, then the church can be vulnerable to greater attacks by the Enemy. Divisive issues can cause churches to split into other churches, and close its church doors. When we find ourselves divided over issues like this, our focus is not on God, but the ego and the self.