Our War Against The Powers Of Darkness

Written by Doug Giles on December 6, 2020

There are words that make the squishy me-monkey kind of Christian flinch. Fasting and self-control? Sure, they are on that list, but not as far up as words like battle and war.

Words like battle and war make them want to curl up in the fetal position and wet their big Christian diaper. My brother, these things were not always so. The same God who wrote in his Book ‘the God Peace of will soon crush Satan underneath your feet’ (it’s in there. YOUR feet. Look it up, Romans 16:20) clearly had no intention of you running up the white flag of surrender at the first sign of conflict.

He tells us a lot about the success and tools we are to bring into that battle, and we’re going to get there my children, but if you’re going to understand the fight you’re in, you should probably know a bit about who you are and what you’re bringing to that fight.

A boatload of Christians haven’t got a hot clue… which is probably why they have that nasty habit of running from the first signs of battle.

Let’s unpack exactly why it’s the powers of Hell that should be looking under their beds for YOU at night, not the other way around.

Ready? Ready. Good.

Let’s go.

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