Thursday, May 28, 2015

The Enemy of God and Mankind

The largest problem the world faces today is that we fail to realize there is a purposeful and constant misdirection away from the source of evil. There is an ancient one, among others, who has been an enemy of God, all His good creation, and specifically of mankind, since the earliest days of human existence. Not all social evils can be solved with money. Not all conflict can be resolved with a counsellor. I urge you, look at the world around you today and notice that there is a uniting framework of organization in the evil you observe.

In Genesis 3, we find a snake, whom we later learn is indwelled by an evil spirit, called Satan, the devil, a counterfeit Morning Star, the dragon, and a son of God. At some point, this spirit being has fallen from his created state. He has chosen to make humanity his target because he apparently is incapable of defeating God whom created him. Satan is a crafty fellow. He disguises himself and offers what seems attractive to people to deceive them into his trap.

"3 Now the serpent was more crafty than any other beast of the field that the Lord God had made."

What trap have you fallen into? Do you know and believe that your enemy, the devil, is real? Are you trading life for what seems attractive but will end in your pain, downfall, and possibly even your death? I'll give you a clue. If you think evil only comes from bad people, or people that merely need love in their heart, you have been deceived already, and the trap will spring. We're all broken people in the devil's playground. Know your enemy is real. Turn to the Lord to be rescued before it's too late.

Update: 5/28/15 @ 8:08pm

In case you have any doubt about what I'm saying, then I urge you to consider this little tidbit of information. Apparently the FOX Network is to air 'Lucifer' - portraying Satan as a good guy. I'm telling you, it's systematic desensitization. If you'll please take me seriously on this, then please follow this link to petition against the show.

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