People tend to make three mistakes about Satan. They either don’t believe he exists or, if they believe he exists, don’t pay him much heed. The third mistake is to attribute too much power to him or too little.
In order to be a Christian, you must believe in what Jesus believed. Read the Bible and you will discover that Jesus believed in Satan.
Is Satan powerful? Yes he is, but not more powerful than God with whom we place our Faith and Hope.
Is there anyone who doesn’t see the work of the devil when a group of people think it’s perfectly okay to burn a man alive while he is trapped in a cage?
Satan and his evil little minions are all about deceit and division. He whispered to the Islamic barbarians that this evil act was demanded by their Allah. And they believed him who rejoices in pain and death.
We now have a president who refuses to name the evil and continues to call Islam a “religion of peace”. You cannot defeat your enemy if you won’t acknowledge who the enemy is.
As Obama marches forward with his politics of division – rich against poor, black against white, homosexuals against non-homosexuals, fomenting envy and greed, it is not too hard to see the work of the Father of Lies.
Will the devil win? No, but he will gather up a goodly number of souls along the way.
Pray that is not your soul.
“We must picture hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives with the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment.” C.S. Lewis: The Screwtape Letters