📅 Letting Satan in – Daily Bible Reading


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July 28, 2022

Today’s reading: John 13:26-27

Letting Satan in

We read in John 13:26-27:

26 Jesus answered, “It is he to whom I shall give a piece of bread when I have dipped it.” And having dipped the bread, He gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon. 27 Now after the piece of bread, Satan entered him. Then Jesus said to him, “What you do, do quickly.

Satan entered Judas. Judas could have said “no” to Satan. He had the greatest power and help available to him. He could easily ask for Yahshua’s help.

However, that didn’t happen.

Instead, we read that Judas let Satan enter him.

This should give us a vital warning. We must not let our guard down. The more we drift away from God, the more we go near Satan. When we give Satan a foothold in our lives, he can easily influence us into his evil ways.

Satan is a real enemy. He is dangerous. He is out there to steal, kill, and destroy and he can enter us if we let him. 

He can enter us when we keep on filling our minds with the thoughts of Satan instead of Yahshua. He can enter us when we pollute our hearts with the things of this world rather than the things of God. He can influence us when we separate our lives from the Most High.

Satan is powerful. Yes, he is but he is not as powerful as Yahweh.

Thus, if you don’t want to be like Judas, there’s only one thing you must do. That is to stay closer to the Almighty and fill your life with His Presence.


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