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In contrast to popular ideas on spiritual warfare, the Bible teaches us that our main response to the Devil is not offensive, but defensive; we are called to resist him as we live, in word and deed, in light of Jesus' victory on the cross.
Week one of the Lies series exposes the first lie Satan ever told: God can't be trusted.
Acknowledging our true Enemy, the Devil, and recognizing his strategies is critical to fighting effectively in the war that Jesus has already won.
Nehemiah Sermon 8 A personal attack on the leader. The enemy fights with: 1. Deception vs.1-4 2. Slander vs.5-7 3. Religious Motivation vs.10-14 4. Nagging vs.17-19
The Devil's Plan to Destroy Homes
Trusting God and asking for His help through trouble.
devilish opposition on the soul of a righteous man & how to defeat it.
Jesus is truth, tells us the truth and is to be believed. The devil came to steal, kill and destroy us and uses lies as a primary weapon. Our path toward life is in believing what God says.
I) The devouring lion: Satan (1 Peter 5:8-9) II) The triumphant lion: Jesus (Revelation 5:5)
The seduction of the world is strong and we all know it to one degree or the other. Temptation is a reality for everyone who lives in this fallen world under the influence of a master adversary, who is the “god of this world.” Temptations come in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes but at the very heart of them all is our view of and relationship to God through Christ. All the sin of man from Genesis to Revelation; and all the lies, deception, and lust of Satan from the Garden to the Tribulation and the appearance of the antichrist and the beast are here in these 11 verses of our text. The battle that is really taking place here is of cosmic and eternal proportions; it represents and displays the battle between darkness and light that has existed since the fall of Satan and bears with it the very ramifications and outcome that determines existence and population of heaven and hell; eternal felicity and eternal suffering. You and I must get what is going on here if we are to rightly understand the glory of Christ in His redemptive work, by His being the perfect and sinless substitute for fallen man. And to understand the reality of the deception that lies behind every iniquity and every deception of this world of darkness. These temptations represent the heart of the temptations that you and I face every day. “Lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes, and the boastful pride of life.” Jesus Christ Conquered Satan and proves to be Perfect Savior we can trust and example we can follow. The Preparation and Perfection of Jesus Christ’s victory over temptation, so that we would increase in our wisdom, worship, and trust of Him.