There's something more to beating temptation than not stepping into its den.
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The devil studies our lives to determine both how and when to attack or tempt.
The Holy Spirit showed me the enemy has come in like a flood against many saints in this hour, but you can throw water on his best-laid plans.
There's much we can learn about this struggle from Rachel's story in Genesis 30.
The book of Proverbs offers much wisdom on this topic.
God revealed something that changed everything I thought about how to win spiritual battles.
This is a challenging message to deliver.
We have to decide if we are going to partner with God and be of good courage, or if we are going to partner with our flesh and the voice of the enemy.
This is the root issue behind our constant striving.
Unfortunately, this is very easy to get swept into.
Once it circulates through the bloodstream, it will begin to manifest in our words and actions.
If you're feeling sluggish and depressed, this might be why.
Oftentimes, Christians lose their spiritual skirmishes because they neglected one of these.
If you've ever struggled with feeling as though you're just a mistake, an accident or unlovable, this word is for you.
Take a lesson from the lone survivor of a horrific plane crash.
Swallowing the enemy's hook keeps people from enjoying the new life Jesus died to give.
The devil is using guerrilla warfare in the body of Christ.
I'll never forget an extremely powerful and disturbing experience I had when praying in a church many years ago.
When reminders of your past re-air in your mind, here's how to change the channel.
Writing down, meditating on and speaking these essential truths can do wonders for your spiritual growth.