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by Benjamin Munsell on March 19, 2017
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Depart from evil, and do good; and dwell for evermore. FOR THE LORD LOVETH JUDGMENT, AND FORSAKETH NOT HIS SAINTS; they are preserved for ever: but the seed of the wicked shall be cut off. The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell therein for ever. The mouth of the righteous speaketh wisdom, AND HIS TONGUE TALKETH OF JUDGMENT. The law of his God is in his heart; none of his steps shall slide. The wicked watcheth the righteous, AND SEEKETH TO SLAY HIM. The Lord will not leave him in his hand, NOR CONDEMN HIM WHEN HE IS JUDGED. Psalm 37:27-33. The Lord is so Good and His Word is full of promises. Promises for the Righteous, and for the Wicked. The Righteous will be tempted and tested by the wicked and that' will be seen by the general public. A wicked man trying to beat up on a Righteous man verbally, or  physically. But behind the scenes, the wicked are influenced by Satan and his minions. Satan would steal, kill, and destroy every Christian of the face of the earth if he could, BUT HE CAN'T. He's like a dog on a chain, the Lord will allow him to go only so far, AND NO MORE. After first asking the Lord if he can buffet a Believer, Satan, and his, will try to shake loose the Christian from his Faith. Why? For the Believer to see and understand exactly where he stands in Christ For example, Satan tempts with money and the Lord shows the Believer he still has an issue with greed. Seeing this, the Believer runs to the Lord and asks Him to Judge him of this sin, Forgive him if his sin, and Deal with him of this sin to Purge it from him and Purify his Heart. Satan's temptation is defeated and the Believer comes away from his trial with a pure heart free of greed. If you ask the Lord to Judge you, He will show you secret sin still hiding in your heart. Ask Him to free you of it and He will. This is growing in CHRISTLIKENESS. For the Believer, Satan's job is to attack the weakest parts of your Faith, SO THAT YOU MAY STRENGTHEN THEM, and, Be Blessed.
 
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