Believe it or not, saying you believe in God is not exactly going out on a limb.
Satan knows God exists.
All of Satan’s demons know God exists.
All of the myriad of souls currently occupying Hell, now, know that God exists.
And when I say “God,” I’m referring to The God who created all things and gave us all of The Books in The Bible.
And this is in addition to all of the souls who believe in The One True God, and in His Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ, and those souls who believed in The One True God, and in His Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ, before leaving this world for their heavenly home.
So, you are definitely not a member of some kind of special minority who believes in God.
The only people who don’t believe in The God of The Bible, don’t believe only because of ignorance, miseducation, or deception. All of which are perpetrated on humans by Satan and his minions.
And even those who are unaware of The Bible and The God of The Bible (the ignorant), the miseducated, or the intentionally deceived, believe in some kind of god, gods, or some other kind of natural or supernatural power.
We are then left with atheists, who are the only true and complete idiots. They believe everything, and I mean everything, came into existence by accident, progressed via evolution, and that when we die we are just fertilizer to be returned to the ground.
It takes a person with a truly impressive level of confusion to actually believe that the trillions and trillions of galaxies and the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of trillions of stars and the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of trillions and trillions of planets all came about out of nowhere and by accident. Not to mention the miracle of life, in all of its forms, on our own planet.
Some of the miseducated and deceived people worship Satan. This puts them into the idiot grouping as well. How can you worship The Devil, or The Evil One, without also acknowledging The True God, and that Satan exists by God’s will, just as we do.
Jesus did not just dismiss Satan’s power, here on Earth, however, and nor should we.
Jesus prayed “… and deliver us from evil (which some translate as ‘and deliver us from the evil one’).
Satan, or Lucifer, in The Bible, is referred to by many names and many titles. Those names and titles include: the tempter, the ruler of demons, the evil one, the enemy, father of lies, the ruler of this world, the god of this age, the adversary, the deceiver of the whole world, and the accuser of God’s people, among other names.
In the desert, when Satan took Jesus up on a high mountain, and showed Him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory. And he said to Him, “All these things I will give You if You will fall down and worship me.”
Jesus responded, “Away with you, Satan! For it is written, ‘You shall worship the Lord your God, and Him only you shall serve.’”
Jesus did not dispute Satan’s authority to offer these earthly things to him, however.
As we approach Easter Sunday, and the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, it is a good thing to believe in God, but it is also necessary to acknowledge Jesus as our Savior, who was sacrificed on The Cross, to pay for our sins and the sins of the whole world, so that we may receive The Lord’s saving grace.
But it is also more than just an acknowledgement, it is about having a loving relationship with Jesus. By doing this, when we die, and our soul begins its journey from this world, Jesus will know and recognize us, and us him, so he can guide us to our heavenly home, and not become lost and misguided by the evil one.
And finally, when we stand before God to answer for our sins, to which of course there is no acceptable answer, that is when our friend, our Savior, Jesus, will intercede on our behalf, reminding His Father that He has already paid for these sins on our behalf.
Thank God, thank God for that, and thank you Lord Jesus.
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