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Quotes of Author: Timothy-warner

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Our Western worldview gets involved here once again. We have a strong tendency to want……

Our Western worldview gets involved here once again. We have a strong tendency to want to analyze everything and place the parts in neat, mutually exclusive categories. So we ask questions like, How do I know whether it is the world, the flesh, or the devil? My response is that most situations will involve some of each element to some extent… (They) are treated as working together so closely that you cannot talk about one without talking about the other. The flesh is the earthly qualities about which enable us to respond to the temptation. The world is the milieu in which we live and which is under the control of "the ruler of the kingdom of the air." Satan and his demons know what fleshly parts of us are especially vulnerable, and they use the stimuli of the world around us to arouse sinful thought in us. The Devil would be a fool not to try to take advantage of the world and the flesh in his aim to destroy us.

Reference:   Spiritual Warfare, Crossway, 1991, p. 59-60.


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May the Church of Christ recognize the reality of the war in which we are engaged, the incomparable power which is available to us through the Cross, and the unavoidable responsibility to appropriate the power to carry out the commission of our Lord until His return signals the end of the war.

May the Church of Christ recognize the reality of the war in which we are engaged, the incomparable power which is available to us through the Cross, and the unavoidable responsibility to appropriate the power to carry out the commission of our Lord until His return signals the end of the war.

Reference:   Spiritual Warfare, Crossway, 1991, p. 143.


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If most of our prayers are really a reflection of our concepts of the glory and power of God, our theology is in serious need of overhaul.

If most of our prayers are really a reflection of our concepts of the glory and power of God, our theology is in serious need of overhaul.

Reference:   Spiritual Warfare, Crossway, 1991, p. 139.