Saturday, November 3, 2012

Victory Over Evil Forces│Lesson 6, October 3-9

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Memory Text:  "Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us" (Romans :8:37, NKJV).

Key Thought: In Christ, we have victory over all forces that would oppress us.

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In some parts of the world, religion is basically a source of power that may be seen as nothing but a way to help one meet the challenges of daily living. The Christian notion of salvation from sin, for example, is foreign to many traditional religions. In these places, Christianity risks being seen mainly as a means to help solve the problems of everyday life. 

Though there are, of course, many practical advantages to a Christian’s lifestyle, we must always remember that Christianity has an “otherworldly” outlook. Christianity sees another dimension of reality beyond the material world. Both realms are important, and both host forces that are at cross purposes with each other. How thankful we can be for the promises of victory for us in both realms.

Again, we stress that the overarching narrative of the great controversy between Christ and Satan needs to form the background template for our understanding of the world and our place within it as Christians. In the midst of this conflict, Christianity does not abandon its adherents to the mercy of the opposing forces. On the contrary, in Christ we have the promise of victory over those forces 
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► Principal Contributor: KWABENA DONKOR is an associate director of the Biblical Research Institute at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Silver Spring, Maryland. He is editor of The Church, Culture, and Spirits: Adventism in Africa, and he has contributed to numerous journals and the book Reclaiming the Center: Confronting Evangelical Accommodation in Postmodern Times. He and his wife, Comfort, have two adult children.

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