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In this book, Apostle Frederick K.C. Price warns of little foxes that sneak into believer's lives and ravage their faith. For example, if one feels justified in holding a grudge or not forgiving a wrong, his or her faith is being devoured by the fox of unforgiveness. A second fox that nibbles away at believer's faith is worry. Apostle Price calls worry the sin of not trusting God. While believers are not attentive, a third fox creeps in and replaces their faith with fear. But the place where every little fox of faith congregates is the mind. The launching pad of satanic attacks is always mental. The last thief is the fox of lost hope. When believers lose hope, Apostle Price warns, they simply shut down their faith altogether.