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How To Experience Victory In Spiritual Warfare - Part 2 (6 of 6)
Series: Angels and Demons
Dr. Brad Whitt
Galatians 5:1/ 2nd Corinthians 10:3-5
INTRO: I want you to take God's Word now this morning and I want you to be finding your place at 2nd Corinthians chapter 10 and in just a moment we're going to be reading verses 3 through 5 together. 2nd Corinthians chapter 10, and again we'll be looking at verses 3-5 this morning as we conclude our series of studies that we've entitled "Angels and Demons: What The Bible Really Teaches."
Now, for those of you who haven't been here during this series or perhaps you were out traveling on one of the Sundays that we were in this series, let me encourage you to get this series of messages, you can just fill out that portion on the back of the guest card there in your bulletin and we'll make sure that you get a copy of the tapes. Or, you can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and get them that way.
But what we've done in this series is this. We've looked at:
• The presence of angels.
• The personality of angels.
• Your personal angel.
• The perverted angel.
And then, last week, we began learning about how to have victory in this spiritual war that we're by learning about our adversary in the spirit world. The Bible calls him "Satan" or "the devil" and we saw that his goal is destruction and his method is deception.
• If you're lost, he wants to keep you lost and on your way to hell.
• If you're saved he want to harass you and tempt you and condemn you so that you won't be any use whatsoever for the cause of Christ.
Now, this morning, we are going to continue talking about how to have victory in spiritual warfare by learning how to have freedom in the spirit world.
Paul said in Galatians 5:1, "Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage."
• He's talking to Christians there.
• He's talking to born again ...
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