Satan; the Devil; the Evil One. From beginning to end of the New Testament he is the Adversary of mankind. We learn much about his temptations and deceptions in the New Testament, as well as how to stand firm against his devices.
The very name evokes fear, pain, frustration, and misery: Satan.
Many have many views and ideas about who Satan is and what he is about. From the Old Testament we get a picture of Satan not as familiar to many, but unfortunately all too real in temptation.
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenlies (Ephesians 1:3).
People are quite interested in the heavenly realm; the New Testament speaks a little regarding “the heavenlies” and the beings which inhabit it. Join us as we explore what is made known about “the heavenlies” and what we are to do about it.
Life “under the sun” seems to be all about getting and maintaining power for one’s own benefit. The Lord Jesus insisted on the way of service and suffering to overcome the powers and principalities over this present darkness. The church has no business lusting for power; it must follow the path of its Lord.