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First Satan tricks us into doing wrong,
then he acuses us into believing we are not good enough
When I first became a Christian I believed I could conquer Satan without Christ
First he tricked me "Go on,one beer won't hurt you,you can quit when you want."
Needless to say I fell for it.Being an alcoholic I couldn't stop at one
The next morning I woke up surrounded by empty beer bottles.
Then came the acuser "Look at you,you drunkerd.How can Jesus love some one like you? "
I felt ashamed and defeated.
Then I felt Jesus saying to me "I am with you always,I love you and never will leave you." Read Zechariah 3:1-10
Satan is not our judge,he is our acuser.Ignore him.We are all imperfect.When you sin,with a humble heart take it to Jesus.Admit what you did was wrong,apologize for it,ask for forgiveness.Believe you are forgiven.Have faith your sins are forgiven.Read 2 Corinthians 7:9-10,1-9
Do not believe like Judas did.When he betrayed JESUS he felt he was done for and hung himself.
Rather be like Peter. When Peter denied the Lord luke 22:33-34 he turned to Jesus and was convicted and was forgiven John21:15-17,Revelation 12:10
Do not believe the acuser.
Jesus sets you free
Against such attacks Satan can not penetrate.
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