“Therefore, my beloved, flee from idolatry.”
1 Corinthians 10:14
When I was young, I like playing a computer game called “Bandit Kings of Ancient China.” As a king of bandits you have to conquer territories to expand your rule. You will go into war with another king with your bandits leading hundreds of militia. In any battle, you either win or lose. You lose when the enemy annihilates all your armies. Or if you don’t want your armies to be destroyed or your bandit to be captured, you have an option to flee. So, in the game, to flee is to admit that you lose. But that’s not just in that game. In life, we all associate fleeing with losing. Winners will face the battle and stand strong. On the other hands, cowards and losers flee.