Sermons on Satan
Colossians 1:18-20. Jesus is not only Lord of all that has been made, His is also the Lord who is to reconcile all things to Himself through His blood of the cross. What does this mean? What does it look like?
Luke 22:31-34. Peter, the leader of the disciples, after the dispute about which of them is the greatest, is addressed with the shocking words of Jesus: “Simon, Simon, Satan has demanded to have you, to sift you like wheat!” Praise God this is recorded in the Bible for us, because great hope if found in the remainder of Jesus words to Peter and ultimately to us. The devil is powerful, but the devil is God’s devil!
Luke 22:21-32 During the events of the last supper, Jesus informs the disciples that one of them is betraying the Lord. In today’s text we see the conversation that takes place after this becomes known.
Luke 11:14-23 Jesus is confronted by some who claim that His miracles are works of the power of Satan. In His response, Jesus shows the absurdity and error of their thinking. A Kingdom divided cannot stand. There is a need for Christians to know when to separate, and wisdom needed to understand when we are to be united.