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Panic in Hell - #6717
the Devil is luring you, he's desperately doing whatever it takes to pull you away from Jesus; to get your focus somewhere else. But if you fight back in Jesus' name, there'll be even more panic in hell.
Wasted Bullets - #6708
Our last resort, usually, is prevailing prayer. The kind when we get on our knees, we confess our total bankruptcy in the situation, we surrender all our schemes, we allow a total Holy Spirit takeover, we invoke the cross and the blood of Christ against our enemy. When you do that, Satan crumbles to his knees. He's rendered powerless by the spiritual kryptonite of fervent prayer.
The Double Agent In Your Life - #6669
You have to decide whose agent your thorn will be. It's a powerful messenger. Don't let it work for the Devil - the destroyer. Listen for God's message in the thorn, and be sure you're letting Agent Thorn work for the winning side.
The Deadliest Day in the World - #6176
Our sins have earned us the eternal death penalty the Bible calls hell. A hell which could be cancelled only one way. It took the Son of God Himself taking your hell; taking your punishment for you. You did the sinning, but Jesus did the dying. When a rescuer extends his hand to you in a burning or collapsed building, you don't wait to grab it. Your chance to live is now.
Why Did God Create Satan?
God created all things in the beginning, including Satan. Why would God deliberately create something so evil and powerful?
Does Belief in God Necessitate Belief in Demons? - The Gospel.com Blog
What role do you think demonic forces play in our world? Do you believe that Satan has a hand in everything, is mainly an impotent being, or doesn’t even exist?
Lion in the Bible: 1 Peter 5:8-9
The devil is depicted here as a prowling lion--quietly lurking and waiting to pounce when it spots weak prey. But his attacks can be resisted simply by standing firm in the faith, and remembering that we're not alone in being targeted by his wiles.
War in heaven - a Christian perspective
This passage describes a war in heaven, in which a band of rebellious angels battled against the armies of heaven, led by Michael. The rebels were cast out of heaven upon their defeat.
Chain in the Bible - a Christian perspective
This passage from Revelation depicts the chaining and imprisonment of Satan at the end of time. Its exact meaning has been much debated by theologians and writers through the years.
A Rattle But No Bite - #2571
You've been frightened and held back long enough by the rattle of a snake whose head is crushed. He has no bite - just a lot of noise! So, resist the devil, and he will flee from you!