Part Three teaches us that the closer we are to God the more we are aware of our sin, and that’s as it should be. Because God wants to convict, allow us to repent, and bring us restoration. Some great examples of this from scripture in this segment: Luke 7:36-50, Luke 19:1-10, Mark 5:1-20
The Problem With Blogs
“…Jeremiah 33:3 is one of my favorite verses on this, because God says ‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’ That pretty much covers everything.”
Part Two reminds us Satan is a liar and the father of all lies (John 8:44). He is the Accuser, and all his accusations are lies. When Satan accuses he wants to create despair, defeat and depresssion. On the contrary, when God convicts He intends to deliver you from what He is convicting in you.
This bible study series is helpful if you have ever been unsure which way to go on an important decision, or if you have ever been unsure about whether you are being ‘nudged’ by something of your enemy or something of your Savior.
The Faith of My Dog
Meet Max. He’s a cool dog and everyone loves him. I appreciate that about him, he builds bridges where I probably could not. He makes everyone more comfortable when he’s around. He will bring you a tennis ball and play fetch or he will just sit next to you and take a nap. He’s just a great guy.
Satan the Accuser vs. God’s Holy Spirit Conviction
Have you ever been unsure which way to go on an important decision, or unsure about whether you are being ‘nudged’ by something of your enemy or something of your Savior? Join us for this study.