Will You Join A Cult In The 90's by Jerry Vines

Ephesians 4:13-16
Jerry Vines
You don't have to be a Christian very long to discover that you
are engaged in warfare. The Bible says in this book of Ephesians that
we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities.
There is a war going on and God's people are actively engaged and
involved in it. We are warring against a brilliant military strategist
who is known as the devil. He is a brilliant general, The devil, we
are told in the Bible, has his wiles and his methods and his devices. A
military general who is good knows that one of the very greatest things
he can do in a battle is to shift the focus of the war in order to
deceive the enemy. If he can get the focus on something else and
deceive the enemy thereby he will gain an advantage in the strategy.
The devil has been about this for a long, long time. An enemy of God
and an enemy of all of the people G
In the 60's, 70's, and 80's the frontline of the devil's attack
in America was what we call secular hi Snif . This was where the focus
of the battle was. Secular humanism deifies man and dethrones God.
Hi ani; says that man is everything and that God is nothing. That was
the attack, the focal point of the devil's attack in this day. The
result of that has been that prayer and Bible reading have been removed
from public schools. The sexual revolution has taken place in our land.
Materialism has become the standard of acceptability and life in our
So, to a large degree the Devil has successfully waged the war
on the battle field concerning secular humanism. As we have moved into
the 90's, however, there has been a paradigm shift. Something has taken
place in this country because the devil has now shifted the focus of the
For all of its secular hi anli! , which seeks to remove the
thought of God from the mind of man, the devil still knows that man is
incurable religious. That there is something about man ...

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