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Posted: May 25, 2014

Modern psychology tells us that by repressing our desires, we?ll only make them stronger. But the Bible gives us an entirely different perspective on dealing with temptation. In fact, it calls for a two-step approach to resisting the attacks of Satan?and it turns out that approach has less to do with our own self-control and more to do with God?s protection. The battle against temptation is weighted in our favor because we have the promises of God on our side!

Posted: May 18, 2014

Martin Luther once stated that there are three things that make a Christian: prayer, meditation and temptation. And it is often the later that drives us to the first two. As Christians, we know that we should expect and prepare for temptation. But we often forget that we should also be thankful for it.

Posted: May 11, 2014

We have passwords applied to our online bank accounts, security systems installed in our homes and customized locks set on our smart phone screens. We go to great lengths to protect the things that are most valuable to us. But when it comes to spiritual matters, where does our security lie? How can we protect ourselves against the inevitable attacks of the enemy?

Posted: May 04, 2014

When Satan tempted Jesus in the wilderness, he started by attacking his identity and he?s still using that same tactic against us today. If you?ve found yourself doubting and wondering whether you?re truly loved and forgiven, it?s time to arm yourself with the truth of God?s Word and learn how to actively avoid a spiritual identity crisis.

Posted: April 27, 2014

In the Christian life, temptation simply comes with the territory. In fact, even Jesus Himself was tempted by Satan while he walked the earth. As we look to the example of Christ, we?ll find that Satan?s authority simply falls short in the lives of God?s people. Jesus already won the battle so we can have victory over temptation!

Posted: April 20, 2014

Armies rely on spies to gather intelligence about their enemy?s strategy. The side that is able to anticipate their opponent?s next move is the one that will usually win the battle. In our spiritual war against Satan, we have the advantage of already knowing the enemy?s plan. All the strategic intelligence we need is available for us right in God?s Word.

Posted: April 13, 2014

Studying end times theology inevitably raises many questions. What is the Great Tribulation? Who is the Antichrist? When are the last days? And shouldn?t we just ask God to airlift us out when times get tough? A closer look at Revelation chapter 3 reveals that we?re living in those last days now ? in a unique time in history that can be referred to as ?the already, but not yet.?

Posted: April 06, 2014

Children often pass blame and point fingers to avoid punishment. But in the early chapters of Genesis, we find that adults can play the blame game too. The story of Adam and Eve?s fall in the Garden of Eden features the very first lie ever told, the first bad decision ever made and the first breach of man?s contract with his Creator.

Posted: March 30, 2014

Luther once stated that God?s Word will either keep us from sin, or sin will keep us from God?s Word. And, in fact, Satan is counting on that to be true! Our enemy has been planting seeds of doubt into the hearts of believers since the beginning. And while he may no longer come in the form of a serpent, he is still looking for ways to intrude into our lives today.

Posted: March 23, 2014

For centuries, Christians have debated about the best way to approach our fallen world. Should we hide from it or perhaps just ignore it? The reality is that a spiritual war is constantly waging between the powers of good and evil and as believers, there is no hiding or ignoring it?we are called to engage in that war, armed with the truth of God?s Word as our weapon.