My son often watches Dora the Explorer and I usually hear it. Even though I haven't watched it much, I have been able to notice the antagonist in the show is a fox called Swiper and he always comes along to steal the item they are trasporting to grandma's house or wherever it is that episode. When he does, Dora asks the person watching to join in as they say, "Swiper no swiping!" three times. To which he always snaps his finger in dissapointment and says, "Aww man!". Then they say, "Yay! We stopped Swiper!" I thought that seems too easy, most villians won't stop by words alone.
    Fighting our greatest enemy, the Devil, can seem just as easy when our "words" are powered by what God has done! James 4:7 says "...Resist the devil, and he will flee from you". That sounds too easy! Just resist him? And, what does that mean when I am being attacked? Was I inviting him? This part of the verse is very familiar, but there is a beginning part that I left out. The whole verse says, "Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you." The resistance or words are not enough without using the power of God and the blood of Jesus. Ephesians 6:11 says, "Put on the full armour of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil's schemes." Part of that armour of God is based on the decision to come to Christ (shield of faith and helmut of salvation) and action like reading the Bible (sword of truth). So our fight against the devil can be "easy", but it takes day-to-day awareness and discipline to not allow him to have a foothold anywhere. Fight on!