What Jesus did in Spiritual Warfare

God the Father sent Jesus into the world for a reason. The Bible says in 1 John 3:8, “For this purpose was the Son of God manifest, to destroy the works of the evil one.” Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil. One demon sensed this when he cried out through a man in the synagogue, “Have you come to destroy us?” (Mark 1).

In order to overcome the devil’s works, Jesus needed to overcome severe temptation. This he did firstly in the wilderness at the end of his 40 day fast. He did it by saying, “It is written” and following it up with a quotation from God’s Word.

Knowing God

Knowing God is an amazing thing. I’d like to help you to know Him.

If God has touched your heart through this site and you would like to get serious with God, it could be the beginning of something wonderful. I urge to consider deeply the fact that there is a God. He has revealed Himself in so many ways. His Holy Spirit calls you today. God is awesome, holy, and powerful – yet He loves you deeply. The stories on this site are part of a witness to you that God is real. If you are not really convinced, I urge you to read more from this site first, and maybe even write and ask questions.

Who is Jesus?

Some say Jesus was a prophet of God, others a good man. Some say he was an imposter, a magician. Others say Jesus was an adept of mystery religions.

Two Versions of the Gospel

In the evangelical/pentecostal churches there are actually two different versions of gospel being presented by people who would claim they take the Word of God as their authority in faith and practice. I want to draw your attention to the fundamental issue in question here, because it has to do with your ETERNAL SALVATION.

Endurance

I am strengthened with all might, according to the Lord’s glorious power, for all patient endurance and longsuffering with joy! (Colossians 1:11)

I am strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. (Ephesians 6:10)

I put on the whole armor of God, that I may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. (Ephesians 6:11)

I always carry about in my body the dying of the Lord Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may be manifested in my mortal body. (2 Corinthians 4:10,11)

As a servant of God I commend myself in every way – through great endurance.

Commitment to Worship

I shall worship the Lord my God, and Him only shall I serve. (Matthew 4:10)

I am a true worshipper, and worship the Father in spirit and in truth for the Father is seeking such to worship Him.
(John 4:23)

I shall love the Lord my God with all my heart, with all my soul, with all my strength, and with all my mind, and my neighbour as myself. (Luke 10:27)

Whether I eat or drink, or whatever I do, I do all to the glory of God.

The Cross and the Mystery of Suffering – Part II

1. In the bitter cold of winter the trees stand bare of leaves, and it seems as if their life, too, had departed for ever, yet in the spring time they put forth new leaves and beautiful flowers, and the fruit begins to show itself. So was it with Me in My crucifixion and resurrection, and so it is with my faithful cross-bearers (2 Cor. iv.8-11; vi.4-10). Though they seem to be crushed and dead beneath their cross they still put forth the beautiful flowers and glorious fruits of eternal life which abide for ever.

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Manifestation of God – Part I

The Disciple,—O Master, Fountain of life! Why dost Thou hide Thyself from those that adore Thee, and dost not rejoice the eyes of them that long to gaze upon Thee?

The Master,—1. My true child, true happiness depends not upon the sight of the eyes, but comes through spiritual vision, and depends upon the heart. In Palestine thousands looked upon Me, but all of them did not thus obtain true happiness. By mortal eyes only those things can be perceived that are mortal, for eyes of flesh cannot behold an immortal God and spiritual beings.

 

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