The Devil's LSD (2 of 16) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Christianity and Shoe Leather
Dr. Stan Coffey
II. THE CONSENT
III. THE CONCEPTION
IV. THE COMPLETION
It's good to see you this morning. I'd like you to take the word of God and turn to the book of James, Chapter 1. We are going to begin reading with Verse 13. The title of the message today is The Devil's LSD. And you are going to see it in this passage of scripture that the devil has an LSD. I think you will notice it as we read with portion of the word of God.
My what a marvelous service this has been. I thank God for the music, for the choir, and Brother Rick and it just blessed my heart so much and for you. What a wonderful, wonderful church; I thank God for the privilege of being your pastor.
In James Chapter 1, Verse 13 the Bible says, "LET NO MAN SAY WHEN HE IS TEMPTED, I AM TEMPTED OF GOD: FOR GOD CANNOT BE TEMPTED WITH EVIL, NEITHER TEMPTETH HE ANY MAN: BUT EVERY MAN IS TEMPTED, WHEN HE IS DRAWN AWAY OF HIS OWN LUST, AND ENTICED.
THEN WHEN LUST HATH CONCEIVED, IT BRINGETH FORTH SIN: AND SIN, WHEN IT IS FINISHED, BRINGETH FORTH DEATH. DO NOT ERR, MY BELOVED BRETHREN."
You see in this passage lust, sin, and death, LSD. That's the devil's LSD. I want to remind you this morning that the devil has already planned to sabotage your life. The devil has already laid his trap for you; the devil is going to tempt you to do evil. The devil is going to bombard you with all kinds of unbelievable temptations as long as you live.
Somebody says, "Well, the devil doesn't bother me because I'm a Christian." Well, friends when you are a Christian that's when Satan really begins to work on you. The Bible doesn't say if you are tempted, the Bible says, "Let no man say when he is tempted".
Because we are going to be tempted to do evil and we are going to receive that temptation from Satan, the roaring lion, who is walking about seeking whom he may devour.
Temptation is going to come to ...
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