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It is wonderful how much time good people spend fighting the devil. If they would only expend the same amount of energy loving their fellow men, the devil would die in his own tracks of ennui.
We may not pay Satan reverence, for that would be indiscreet, but we can at least respect his talents.
Satan had been making admiring remarks about certain of the Creator's sparkling industries -- remarks which, being read between the lines, were sarcasms.
If a man dethrones God in his heart, Satan must ascend to His position.
The underlying principle of all Satan’s tactics is deception. He is a crafty and clever camouflager.
Satan’s method has often been to imitate God.Satan is still using this form of deception, and often his representatives are being disguised as ministers of righteousness.
For Satan’s deceptions to be successful, they must be so cunningly devised that his real purpose is concealed by wiles.
When you invite Jesus Christ into your life and embrace his command, Satan receives an eviction notice. Romans 10:9
For he did not seem to know any way to do a person a kindness but by killing him.
Man cannot control himself, and if he will not be controlled by Jesus Christ, then he will be controlled by Satan.
You cannot argue with [Satan], for he is the greatest debater of all time.
The devil is alive and kicking. But if you are in Christ and follow the rules of daily Bible study, prayer, and witnessing, he has no power over you.
Satan is masterful at using just enough of God’s truth to capture a person’s attention and then mix it with his devious potion that will lead [believers] astray.
Satan is both a fashion designer and an interior designer. He first appeals to the eye and then shouts, “Gotcha!” Then he goes to work on the “inside job.
Holy wisdom confounds Satan and all his wickednesses.
If your heart is not attuned to God, it will become a catch basin for every device of the devil. Yes, Satan is at work in our world. The Bible is my authority.
Satan is real and is opposed to everything God is doing.
The cross was designed to defeat Satan, who by deception had obtained squatters’ rights to the title of the earth.
Satan didn’t lose any of his beguiling ways when he became the fallen prince. He took his charm, his subtleties, and his clever plots to use on us.
Satan exalted himself above God and endeavored to get man to doubt the reliability of God’s Word.
Satan is the master of the ultimate double-talk and sophistry. He calls evil good and continues to confuse men with his cleverly disguised untruths.
Satan perverts everything good by mimicking and mocking the real thing.
Never forget: Satan’s goal is to turn us away from God.
[Satan] will create a religion without a Redeemer. He will build a church without a Christ. He will call for worship without the Word of God.
The mind is the devil’s favorite avenue of attack.
I have yet to see Satan overcome a truly joyful Christian.
Before Satan there was no sin, and before sin there was no pain.
Since the Bible is God’s Word, we shouldn’t be surprised if Satan tries to convince us otherwise.
We are living in a topsy-turvy world, where all is confusion. But you may be sure that it is confusion with a plan—Satan’s plan!
Never forget: Death was Satan’s greatest victory.
Satan will thrash about in one last burst of evil, hoping to capture as many souls as possible before his inevitable end.
Don’t be deceived by Satan and his lies. Instead, stay close to Christ—because the closer you are to Him, the farther away you are from the devil.
The same Book that tells us over and over again of God’s love warns us constantly of the devil who would come between us and God, the devil who is ever waiting to ensnare men’s souls.
The devil is the god of this world and he has blinded our eyes.
Satan wants to lure us into his traps, and he knows exactly what kind of “bait” will appeal to us. He knows what we’re like, and he will attack us exactly where we are the weakest.
Satan will do everything he can to divide Christians and destroy our witness. Only the Holy Spirit can subdue our old nature and overcome it with God’s love.
Don’t give Satan a foothold, but discipline yourself to stay close to God. He alone is your security.
When our minds are on Christ, Satan has little room to maneuver.
The greatest roadblock to Satan’s work is the Christian who, above all else, lives for God, walks with integrity, is filled with the Spirit, and is obedient to God’s truth.
The greatest hindrance to Satan’s destructive efforts is our standing strong in the knowledge and fear of the Lord.
Satan rejoices when we are inconsistent, because he knows that an inconsistent Christian is an ineffective Christian—or worse.
We constantly pass up the rich and beautiful and ennobling experiences and seek out the tawdry, the cheap, and the degrading. These are the works of the devil, and they flourish on every side!
Satan does not care how much you theorize about Christianity or how much you profess to know Christ. What he opposes vigorously is the way you live Christ.
We must be constantly aware that Satan can take any human effort and twist it to serve his own purposes.
Only God can thwart the plans of Satan and his legions.
If you are not careful you will find yourself actually in the employ of the devil. He is powerful, slick, crafty, wily, and subtle.
One of the devil’s methods is to attack everyone . . . He knows that the Word of God is powerful, and he will try to keep you from it.
When we are filled with the Spirit of God, obeying God, in His will and quoting Scripture, Satan will be defeated.
Jesus did not dispute [Satan] . . . our Lord quoted Scripture, and that’s one thing the devil can’t stand! The Scripture defeats him every time.
Now, now my good man, this is no time to be making enemies."(Voltaire on his deathbed in response to a priest asking him that he renounce Satan.)