Satan allures us through deceit.
Does it scare you to think you are up against unseen forces in another dimension that have access to you? What does Paul tell us about our enemy and his comrades in Ephesians 6?
In Ephesians 6, Paul is holding the father accountable. Children are God’s precious cargo, and the father, not the mother, will have to give account for how the kids were raised.
There should be mutual submission because the unit is one; because the unit is one there should be mutual submission.
When we walk in disobedience, we partner not with God, but with Satan. This is a losing deal producing pain, heartache and emptiness.
I should always be faithful to plant the seed. I don’t even have to prep the soil. God does all of this. I just walk along and drop seeds.
Persecution, coming in many ways, in its strongest form would cost us our lives.