Your Enemy is a Liar


Satan diabolically uses lies to deceive God's people. He directs his attacks to a point of contention in our lives.

Satan diabolically uses lies to deceive God's people. He appeals to our emotions and directs his attacks to a point of contention in our lives.

For instance, to those unhappy in their marriages, he will say: You are having problems in your marriage, right? God wants you to be happy. The person you are with does not understand you. In fact, she doesn't love you, but your co-worker - the one who sits and listens to your every word and laughs at all your jokes - loves you. She will make you happy.

This is a lie. Half of all Christian marriages end in divorce, but this does not have to be true of yours. Stand firm in your faith. If you are struggling, there is help. When you seek Him, God will provide a solution to your broken life. Remember, God's Truth that there is never a time when adultery is acceptable.

If you feel that you have drifted from God in any area, then you can turn back to Him right now. Tell Him that you need His help. There is hope for your future because Jesus lives.

Prayer: Lord, help me to stay focused on Your Truth. Please forgive me for believing the lies of the enemy rather than seeking You to meet my needs. Thank You for Your forgiveness and restitution. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

"The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons" (1 Timothy 4:1).

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