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At War With Satan (Introduction)

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  1. Satan, also known as the Devil, is an entity in the Abrahamic religions that seduces humans into sin or falsehood. In Christianity and Islam, he is usually seen as either a fallen angel or a genie, who used to possess great piety and beauty, but rebelled against God, who nevertheless allows him temporary power over the fallen world and a host of huswynbaktilararcanebrand.xyzinfo Judaism, Satan is typically regarded.
  2. Satan came along and portrayed God as a liar and an oppressor (Genesis ). Eve was deceived (2 Corinthians ), and Adam willingly ate of the wrong tree (1 Timothy ). Satan convinced mankind that he should and could decide for himself good and evil. This is the great deception.
  3. Aug 04,  · (Section 1) Introduction And God's War With Satan Series Contributed by Luther Sexton on Aug 4, (message contributor) (rate this sermon) | 1, views. Scripture: 2 Corinthians , Hebrews , Ephesians Denomination: Pentecostal. Summary: Original.
  4. The War with Satan – Introduction (Part 1) (Revelation Chapter ) the depth and the scope of the Book of Revelation there is a common theme running through the whole book namely a war between God and Satan being waged in the spiritual realm. In John’s vision the Spirit of God reveals things to him both in time on this earth and in.
  5. SATAN’S WAR ON MARRIAGE S upreme Court decisions to legalize same-sex unions are the latest salvo in Satan’s long battle against the institution of marriage. Satan is “the god of this world” (2 Cor ) who blinds and deceives the whole world (2 Cor ; Rev ). He .
  6. Genesis recites how Satan got Adam and Eve to sin.) What do you understand the "third of the stars" in Revelation to mean? (Since we know Satan is the dragon, that he tempted Jesus to sin and was able to get humans to sin, it makes sense that this is an illusion to Satan causing one-third of the angels in heaven to sin.
  7. Whether we like it or not, being a Christian means we are at war with the devil. That is no game; it is a battle to the death. William Gurnall wrote of “a war between the saints and Satan, and that so bloody a one, that the cruelest which ever was fought by men, will be found but sport and child’s play to this.
  8. Satan’s objective is to keep the mind “blind” to the Gospel. Satan has a vast assortment of weapons at his disposal. Remember that Satan has 6, years of experience with billions of people. You will not win any battle with Satan on your own, but you can be victorious through Christ.

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