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Christ's victory over evil and fear

To look at what we may fear (particularly in relation to accusations of witchcraft against children) in the light of God’s power, and at what Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross


This Bible study is based on Ephesians 1:18-21, 1 John 4:4, Colossians 2:15, John 10:10 and John 8:44b.

It makes the following key points:

  • Jesus never accused anyone of witchcraft.
  • However, the Bible does refer to Satan as the accuser (for example Revelation 12:10).
  • Satan wants us to live in fear.
  • But because of the victory of Jesus on the cross, and God’s sovereignty, we have nothing to fear.

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