John 14:1
“Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.”

Jesus, near the time that Judas was going to betray Him, tells the Apostle Peter that He would also deny Him three times. Peter naturally says, “This can’t be, Lord!” Then Jesus goes on and says, “Don’t be so agitated about all this; you say you believe in God, then trust Me also.”  This simple, yet profound response is the same for those who even today may have a troubled heart. Your heart will be troubled, so you have to keep your heart from being disturbed or troubled.

There are a few main things with which Satan will trouble a Christian. One of the main things he troubles a Christian with being the salvation and Holy Ghost baptism of the individual. Satan will continually cause one’s mind to question whether or not they are filled with the Spirit. One of the main tactics he will use to make one think this is to cause them to look at their works and focus on the bad. A born-again Christian walks in faith, learning, growing, and overcoming each day, but is never perfect in the flesh because their perfection is in the blood of Christ. Simply put, Satan causes you to look at the bad things you do and makes you think you are not saved.

Don’t let the devil sit on your shoulder and cause you to question a supernatural revelation from God. After all, the new birth is a revelation of who Jesus Christ is to you personally, and a true revelation only comes from God. Coming into the knowledge that you are saved is something that becomes so real to you that nothing will ever be able to stomp out that experience in your soul. So if you are genuinely saved, the devil is only attempting to bluff you into thinking you are not. Don’t let him do that to you. Plant your standard in the ground and stand firm in your faith and say, “Get thee behind me, Satan, you have not prevailed.”

Believe in Him, trust in Him also, flick the devil off your shoulder.

51-0501 - "Exhortation Of Divine Healing"
Don’t you believe you can be saved right—without coming to an altar? It’s routine to come to the altar, but you don’t have to be. You can be saved because you believe. You can be healed because you believe. See?

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