Here’s a verse from the Bible chapter covered in today’s podcast episode. If the portion I’ve quoted is longer than a line, then I’ve broken up the format to help you meditate on it (i.e. ponder it, consider it, think more about it) in more easily-digestible pieces. This kind of thoughtful consideration of God’s word is in accordance with what the Scriptures teach us to do, which is to “meditate on it day and night” (Joshua 1:8; Psalm 1:2; Psalm 119:97). Meditating on any portion of the word of God should help you get more meaning from it (2 Timothy 2:7). Now let’s hear this portion of God’s word to us today:
…the dragon, the serpent of old, who is the devil and Satan…
– Revelation 20:2
This is our enemy, our adversary. We achieve victory over him through our faith in Jesus.
Because Satan is powerless against faith, he tempts us to doubt – which, of course, weakens our faith. Therefore, as they say, keep feeding your faith and starving your doubts.