5 Ways to Stop Consorting With the Enemy

5 Ways to Stop Consorting With the Enemy and Fight the Good Fight of Faith.  #BibleLoveNotes #Bible #Devotions

God tells us to put on the full armor of God because the Christian life is a battlefield (Ephesians 6:10-18).

Some Christians consort with the enemy by:
1. Removing sin and repentance from the message of salvation.
2. Joining the world in storing up treasures here on earth.
3. Remaining silent about culturally acceptable sins.
4. Stressing self-esteem instead of self-denial.
5. Pretending God tells us not to judge anyone or anything.

They think they are bringing peace, but they are actually helping Satan ruin lives.

Let’s join the faithful on the battlefront and:
1. Share the joy of repentance from sin (1 John 1:8-10).

2. Share the value of real treasure (Matthew 6:19-21).

3. Share the warnings against sins that damage our souls (Luke 9:26; 2 Timothy 4:2).

4. Share the fulfillment of denying ourselves and following Christ (Matthew 10:38-39).

5. Share How, Who, and What to Judge According to Scripture. (This link gives Scriptures.)

Let's choose to fight the good fight (1 Timothy 6:12). 
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5 Ways to Stop Consorting With the Enemy and Fight the Good Fight of Faith.  #BibleLoveNotes #Bible #Devotions


2 comments:

  1. I love this! This is actually a sound doctrine to a oxymoron Christian environment.

    Would like permission to share this in our group.

    Shalom!

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    1. Yes, Cassandro, you are free to use this devotion as long as you don't publish it online or put it into a published book book/booklet. You may run it off for personal use up to 15 copies adding "copyright, Gail Burton Purath, used with permission, BibleLoveNotes.com." If you have any other questions, please let me know. God bless you.

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