The Holy Scripture argument has gone on since the birth of Christianity as to whether salvation in Christ can be rejected at some point, by the one who has accepted it. this would of course occur at some point during their natural lifetimes. This subject is not pleasant. Most teaching and preaching men and women of God, choose not to address it in their sermons. Certainly, the joy of the Lord in looking forward to eternity with no end, in His glorious presence, should take far greater importance over one separating their self from God, following an earlier acceptance of salvation. My relating the fact that God is always, faithful to his eternal covenants/testaments, comes with scriptural warning that men/women and not God, can walk away from that New Testament (covenant) relationship, established in this time of grace, by Jesus' powerful, glorious blood. Therefore, Satan's often unrelenting, powerful temptations are also called deceiving allurements, gradual snares and sometimes even "strongholds".

Our enemy, who is already conquered spiritually by Jesus Christ's death and resurrection from the dead, does not stop his attacks of temptation on someone who has become a born again Christian. However, a new creature in Christ (a saved person) has many weapons at his/her disposal for defeating Satan during their natural lifetimes. this includes God's Word, which not only brings us continuing faith, as we have a steady diet of it in our lives, but it is also called "The sword of the Spirit" - (Ephesians Chapter Six). We must remind our spiritual enemy that we are covered by Jesus precious, powerful blood and that we are using the name of Jesus and allowing God to fight our battles. We do our part as The Holy Spirit leads and empowers us by our consciousness. As Jesus was resurrected, we Christians too will have a resurrection in which our bodies will also become incorruptible, never to be tempted, flawed or ill again. There are many scriptures covering these aspects.

Christ Jesus, Our Lord, loves earth's humanity or what we also refer to as mankind. The Word of God's Holy Scriptures say that God is Love itself - "He who does not love does not know God, for God is love." - (1 John 4:8). The Holy Bible also states that God is also light - "This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all." - (1 John 1:5). At the same time, the Devil opposes Christians because they are not only representatives of Jesus Christ but were created in God's image and His likeness - "Genesis 1:26 - "Then God said, "Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.". Satan detests God and hates his created people and regardless of the fact a man or woman becomes part of the Body of Christ, the Devil does not relent in attacking them. The unsaved, non - born again people are no less hated by Satan than Christians and are also under attack. In their case however, Satan often leads them into destructive sin, but the sin-oppressed person believes they are enjoying life and don't feel they are under demonic attack. "There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end, it leads to death. - (Proverbs 14:12).

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I am a graduate of Liberty University (1996) for completion of theological studies. Bible studies are one of my most-covered book-subjects. I am however, careful to only address those subjects that I believe God has given me correct revelation on. I was a Christian Youth Minister, beginning in the 1980s for approximately 20 years (between youth ministries I served in other church capacities as well). I was also a guest speaker to churches, who invited me to present important Bible teachings to their evangelical congregations, during those same years. I am a redeemed man, who has received salvation by acceptance of Jesus Christ and what he did for me in shedding his blood and dying for me on the cross and in his resurrection from the dead, giving me the promise of eternal life, purely by grace (not due to anything I have done, other than to accept it freely).