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Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Father of Lies

Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Father of Lies || Father of Lies

Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Father of Lies

Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Father of Lies

DAILY DEVOTION OF THE DAY 2ND MAY 2022 – Read today’s Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB devotional titled Father of Lies for our spiritual daily bread for growth and development today.

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TOPIC: FATHER OF LIES

Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Key Verse:

When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies. – John 8:44

Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Today’s Scripture: John 8:39–47

Read || Our Daily Bread Devotional 2nd May 2022 ODB || Father of Lies

Victor slowly became addicted to pornography. Many of his friends looked at porn, and he fell into it too. But now he understands how wrong it was—he sinned against God—and it crushed his wife. He’s vowed to put safeguards in his life so he’ll never look at it again. Yet he fears it’s too late. Can his marriage be saved? Will he ever be free and fully forgiven?
Our enemy, the devil, presents temptation as if it’s no big deal. Everyone’s doing it. What’s the harm? But the moment we catch on to his scheme, he switches gears. It’s too late! You’ve gone too far! You’re hopeless now!

The enemy will say whatever it takes to destroy us as we engage in spiritual warfare. Jesus said, “He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies” (John 8:44).

If the devil is a liar, then we should never listen to him. Not when he says our sin is no big deal, and not when he says we’re beyond hope. May Jesus help us dismiss the evil one’s words and listen to Him instead. We rest our hearts on His promise: “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (vv. 31–32). By:  Mike Wittmer

Bible in a Year: 1 Kings 12–13, Luke 22:1–20

Our Daily Bread 2 May 2022 ODB Devotional || Reflect: What sin has you feeling hopeless? Do you think this despair comes from Satan or from Jesus? What promise from the Bible might you claim today?

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