We are all human. We all have doubts and fears. At times we may even doubt our salvation. Satan has many devices in his arsenal with which to deceive us–friends, dreams, television, books, the Internet–even so-called spiritual leaders. If we begin to doubt whether or not we’re truly saved, we need to clear our minds and go back to Scripture and see what it says.
Have you ever let something–or someone–inhabit your thoughts to the extent that you lose your fire for Jesus? It’s happened to me. Satan does all he can to distract us but there are ways we can keep the focus where it should be–on Jesus. Click the link below to read our thoughts on the topic.
I can’t really begin to describe Erica’s life. Let’s just say that Satan had her completely in his grip. But Jesus came along and picked her up out of her mess and placed her on solid ground. He’s done that for a lot of us. Click the link below to read Erica’s testimony.
Satan claimed to own all the earth’s kingdoms. Jesus didn’t refute that statement. So, does Satan own the world?
Satan tempted Jesus in the desert. He claimed to own all the kingdoms of the world and he offered them to Jesus. Jesus didn’t say, “You don’t own the earth, Satan, so you can’t give it to me.” Based on the fact that Jesus didn’t refute Satan’s claims, some people say that Satan owns the world.
Before we go taking Satan’s word for it, let’s see what Scripture has to say on the topic.
An outline and overview of the Old Testament book of Ezekiel.
We’ve finally posted another outline. We’re sorry that things have been moving slowly. I hope to accomplish a lot with the site in the next few days. I have a number of outlines and testimonies I’d like to post. We still want more testimonies and articles and we’d love to hear from you.
Besides the image of God’s glory, there are images of sieges, of an outcast vine, of divine love, of sexual promiscuity, of a cooking pot, of shepherds, of dry bones that gain flesh and live, of a new temple, and of future blessings. Jesus undoubtedly has in mind Ezekiel 34 when He spoke of being the Good Shepherd in John 10. Ezekiel gives us visions of God and visions of Satan, visions of destruction and visions of hope, extended imagery of patience and stupidity, and promises of a new covenant and a new time of peace.