Remedies for Satan's Deceptions
2 Corinthians 2:11;10:5 We must subject all of our knowledge to the Word of God, and bring it into subjection to the rule of Christ, to rid ourselves of the enemy’s lies. Danger of error; taking every thought captive to Christ
Luke 18:9-17 When we compare ourselves to others we might come out looking good. But when we compare ourselves with the perfect rule of righteousness, we will be humbled. Comparing our lives to God’s Law the right path to humility
2 Timothy 3:12 As a Christian, you will have to face persecution in this world. But the blessing that accompanies this is that the Lord has promised to deliver you from it. God’s good purposes in affliction and persecution; His discipline
Psalm 73:13 Satan will tempt you to sin by parading before you the outward mercies that wicked men enjoy, and the outward miseries that they are free from, while they walk in sin. Satan’s deceptions; why do the wicked prosper?
2 Timothy 2:25 The devil will seek to persuade you to sin by telling you that the work of repentance is an easy work, and that therefore you need not make such a big deal out of sinning. Satan’s deceptions: repentance is easy
Psalm 86:15 Satan will try and make you sin by making God look as though He is made entirely of mercy. Satan’s deceptions: God is all mercy
Luke 22:31-34 The devil will tempt you by showing you how others have sinned, and how it has not injured them.
1 Corinthians 5:6 The third device that Satan uses to draw the soul to sin is to make the sin look smaller than it really is, or to convince you that the sin is really not that significant.
John 16:2 The second device by which the devil seeks to draw us into sin is by deceiving us into thinking our sins are actually virtues.
2 Corinthians 2:11 Satan has several devices to deceive, trap, and undo the souls of men. Satan’s attacks and remedies for