(excerpt from book)
Lie: You need to experience sin in order to understand the negative consequences so that you can warn others.
A favorite among the lies Satan whispers, the illusion that sinning will actually aid us in helping others is a trap many fall into. Yet this trap is only a half-truth. While it is true that helping others is a good thing, the deception comes in convincing us that we cannot help others without first succumbing to, and therefore understanding, the sin.
In this lie the only ones who could effectively help others overcome their sins would be those who have committed that sin themselves. Yet if this were a reality, then Jesus would not have been able to warn or teach anyone a single thing. Society has no shortage of examples of people who have destroyed their lives through sin - but in the end, it is from the one who had no sin that we can learn the most.
The Master Deceiver: Understanding Satan's Lies and How to Resist Them is a straightforward guide filled with clear doctrine and tailored tools that will help you develop your personal arsenal in your battles against Satan. Author David Stitt provides specific, customized strategies to help us combat Satan's deceptions, and outlines many of Satan's powerful lies so that you can be prepared to meet them. Let these strategies boost your confidence and help you learn to rely on divine help to triumph over the daily tides of temptation.
|Publisher:||Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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