The Believer's Battle by Ernest Easley

The Believer's Battle
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
2 Corinthians 10.1-6
October 31, 1999

Now with Bibles open to 2 Corinthians chapter 10...I want to
again say to you that every child of God...every saint is a soldier!
That's right...a soldier! And as a soldier of the cross .. you've been

You say, "Drafted? I didn't know I've been drafted?" Well ..
if you didn't you know! And do you know why you've
been drafted? It's because there's a war on!

Now .. it's not a war with man. It's a war with Satan! And do
you know why he's engaged us in this war? It's because he knows
he's already been defeated! His defeat took place 2000 years ago
outside the city walls of Jerusalem where our savior bled and died!

I can imagine the Devil and all his demons throwing a party
when Jesus died! For years .. he had tried to prevent the birth of
Jesus. And when Jesus died...the Devil delighted!

But oh...on that third day .. when the curtain ripped from top
to bottom in the Temple and Jesus came up out of that grave...
while there was delight in heaven...there was depression in hell!
While there was praise on earth...there was panic in Hell. While
there was victory for the saints...there was defeat for the Satan.

You see folks .. our enemy is defeated and his time is
running out! One of these days the Devil is going to be cast into
Hell. Now somebody says, "How can the Devil be cast into Hell if
he's already in Hell?" Oh .. the Devil's isn't in Hell tonight. Now ..
one day he'll go to hell for the Bible says in Revelation 20.10, "And
the Devil, who deceived them, was cast into the lake of fire and
brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are. And they will
be tormented day and night forever and ever."

And when that day arrives...the Devil won't be in charge of
hell .. he'll be tormented in hell. In fact .. Hell was made for the
Devil and his demons. That tells me that any ...

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