Satan Is A Jerk

Dear Satan,

I hate you.

Most Sincerely,
Josh

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It is a well known and obvious fact that Satan hates anything God calls good. In his fury, he wreaks destruction and misery wherever he can. There is pollution because God created the sky and called it good. There is strip mining because God made the beautiful land to roll over the earth. There is divorce because God set marriage apart as holy. Satan destroys beauty wherever he can.
He hates you. He hates me. And if you’re a child of God, he is gunning for you.

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He’ll strike hard when you least expect it, and even harder when you do. He’ll put thoughts – lies – in your head. He’ll throw feelings and emotions at you. And his first line of attack with these things is to put one belief in your head above all others: “I’m not here . . . this is all just you.

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If we are mindful of his attacks and see what he is doing – realize the thoughts he’s putting in our head and resist them – he doesn’t tuck tail and run. John Eldredge, author of Wild at Heart, says: “He moves from subtle seduction to open assault. The thoughts come crashing in, all sorts of stuff begins to fall apart in your life, your faith seems paper thin.”

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And when these attacks come, you’ve got to get on your knees and get to God. Beg Him to fight for you. Call up a few close friends and ask them to pray for you. Listen to worship music. Sing along. Read Scripture. Get in your car and go for a drive. Do whatever it takes.

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“Be careful! Watch out for the attacks of the Devil, your great enemy. He prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for some victim to devour.”
- 1 Peter 5:8 NLT

“In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world!”
- John 16:33 NIV (emphasis mine)

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