7 Areas of Your Life The Devil Will Use To Attack You

2. The devil attacks through relationships

When you’re on a quest for Mr. or Mrs. Right, you may encounter more frogs than prince  charmings.

The Devil wants you to settle in your relationships. He will present forms of temptation and try to compromise your values and goals.

Trust God and the warning signs He puts up that point out that this is not the one God has for you.

3. The devil attacks our marriage

The Devil wants your marriage—He wants to destroy it and everything positive you’ve built with your partner.

He will present conflicts of desire and use anger, resentment, past hurts and misunderstandings to divide it.

If your marriage is struggling, don’t allow the Devil to destroy it. Instead of thinking you can handle problems in your marriage on your own, walk with God in it–making sure it is built in the solid foundation of Christ.


Written by The Praying Woman

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my grandma thinks the devil attacked her while she was sleeping, i don’t know if shes joking or if shes fr fr. contact me if you really know whats going on. shes sick, and she has scratches on her back, and she keeps telling me the devil attacked her, and its coming for me next, because i put my hair in my mouth, so i think shes crazy, wait she is…


Yes the devil does attack us in the night. He does thru nightmares, Nightmare | Definition of Nightmare by Merriam-Webster 5 days ago · Nightmare definition is – an evil spirit formerly thought to oppress people during sleep. Nocturnal Emissions aka wet dreams. An incubus is a demon in male form who, according to mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleeping women in order to engage in sexual activity with them. Its female counterpart is a succubus. Salacious tales of incubi and succubi have been told for many centuries in traditional societies. Fear. 2 Timothy 1 vs 7 1:7 For… Read more »

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