Don’t believe Satan’s lies.

When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies.

– John 8:44

Satan is an accuser, a deceiver, a slanderer.

Satan hates God.

He loves to accuse us, lie to us, tell us we are not worthy of human or God’s love.

For a long time Satan had accused me of not being worthy of being part of the church, not worthy of friendships. He told me I was worthless.

Thankfully God revealed to me that righteousness is a gift, pure and free, and comes with faith in Jesus – by grace.

I had forgotten about Satan being an accuser. I had often doubted his existence. Now I believe he is real.

Wikipedia says this:

…his ultimate goal is to lead people away from the love of God.

Don’t let Satan lead you away from the love of God.

Don’t believe his lies.

You are deeply loved by God and worthy of His love: honored, revered, and deeply respected by your heavenly Father.

Satan accuses us, but Jesus is our defence attorney.

Everything we’ve ever done wrong, every mistake we’ve ever made or will ever make has been consumed at the cross.

Once for all.

Christ canot die again. Paul says this about the cross:

 And having disarmed the powers and authorities, he made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them by the cross.

– Colossians 2:15

The Bible Hub’s Gill commentary says this verse refers to the –

 …principalities of hell, the infernal powers of darkness, the devil that had the power of death, the accuser. Jesus bruised the serpent’s head, demolished his works, destroyed him, gave the death blow to Satan and his powers.


Satan can accuse us all he likes, but God loves us.


Steve Edwards



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