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Weapons of Our Warfare: Destroying Strongholds – Mind Control (6 of 6)
Series: The New Age Movement – The Occult and Devil Worship
Dr. Stan Coffey
2 Corinthians 10: 3-5
II. SATAN’S DESIGN
III. SATAN’S DEFEAT
Last Sunday’s lesson as you recall was about taking on the whole armor of God, arming ourselves, standing firmly against the powers of hell because as we’ve talked about the occult and Satan worship and demonic activity, I want us to understand these last two lessons that we as believers are not without our weapons.
We’re not without our defense, we’re not without an offense against the devil, and we’re not helpless pawns in the hand of Satan. God has given us some mighty weapons with which we can stand against all the wiles of the devil.
So I want to continue that thought today and I want you to turn to 2 Corinthians Chapter 10 and I want us to look beginning in Verse 3 and here he is talking about our spiritual warfare. About what we can do to protect our families to protect our homes, to protect our lives.
As we look at this we’re going to talk about Satan’s desire for everyone of us and then Satan’s design and then we’re going to talk about Satan’s defeat and how we as believers can defeat Satan as he comes against us.
So look in 2 Corinthians Chapter 10 and Verse 3. On your outline today there are several references as we’ll move through the lesson but I want this to be the primary thought and primary text.
He says, “FOR THOUGH WE WALK IN THE FLESH, WE DO NOT WAR AFTER THE FLESH”. Now remember last Sunday, I said that this is a spiritual battle being waged in our hearts, being waged on home soil, on home territory. I said a lot of Christians are not even showing up for battle because they don’t know a war is going on.
He says here although we have to live in a world that is tangible and fleshly that we can see that’s not where the real battle is. He says in Verse 4, “THE WEAPONS OF OUR WARFARE ARE NOT C ...
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