Who is the Devil?
Our access to God’s throne has nothing to do with what we’ve done, but everything to do with what Christ has done and is doing. Look again at the courtroom scene in Zechariah 3:1–2. Joshua
Do you ever get sick and tired of being attacked by the devil? In your Christian walk, does it ever seem like you take one step forward and two steps back? Have you ever felt
Be strong in the Lord. “Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might” (Ephesians 6:10).This literally means, “Strengthen yourselves in the Lord.” The first thing we must realize is that in
Though Satan is limited in power, he does have a well-organized network of demon powers doing his bidding. Remember, when Satan lost his position in Heaven, he took one-third of the angels with him (Revelation
In the section, “Who Is God,” we noted that God had several divine attributes: He is omnipotent (all-powerful); He is omniscient (all-knowing); and He is omnipresent (present everywhere). Satan possesses none of these attributes. Satan
We should never underestimate the devil. He is a sly and skillful foe, with many years of experience in dealing with humankind. Yet, he does have some serious limitations—especially in the life of the believer.
The moment you became a Christian, a spiritual war began. This battle is not between flesh and blood. It is a spiritual battle with a very real devil. “For we do not wrestle against flesh
Just as surely as there is a God who loves you and has a plan for your life, there is a devil who hates you and wants to destroy your life. Adam and Eve failed
When the devil tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:1–7), he stirred up the sinful nature in her. He did this through a clever line of reasoning. He questioned God’s Word (verse 1).
Satan starts with the mind. When Satan wanted to lead the first man and woman into sin, he started by attacking the mind. Scripture says, “I am afraid, lest as the serpent deceived Eve by
Where did the devil come from? To put it another way, how could a God of love create someone as horrible as the devil? This question is based on flawed reasoning since it assumes that
“There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy