The Enemy

Bible Reading: Psalm 6:1-10
Friday 15 December 2017

I have an enemy. 

My enemy is very cruel. He does not care about my feelings. 

My enemy wants to hurt me. He is very powerful, and he is happy when I am in trouble. Do you know who my enemy is? He is the devil.

The devil is probably your enemy, too. He wants all people to sin and disobey God. When the devil tempts me to sin, I need to ask God to help me resist the temptation. God is much stronger than the devil, so He will help me win the battle against the devil.

Verse 4 of our Bible Reading says, “Lord, come back and make me strong again. Save me because you are so loyal and kind.”

This verse reminds me that God’s love will never fail. We can always depend on God to give us strength as we battle against the devil.

The devil will attack you today. Depend on God’s help and stand strong for Him. —CW*

Psalm 34:6-7 “As a poor, helpless man I prayed to the Lord, and he heard me. He saved me from all my troubles. The Lord’s angel builds a camp around his followers, and he protects them.”

PRAYER: Dear God, thank You for helping me stand strong. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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Would it be possible to have a section where the Gospel is explained for Deaf people who are not yet true Christians to view? Maybe it could be a translation of a good tract? In fact, as Christians, we can never study the Gospel message enough for as we grasp it more and more our love for God grows and compels us to share it with others. God bless your endeavours for Him KS