Love Not the World

A Prophetic Call to Holy Living
Letto da: George W. Sarris
Durata: 3 ore e 23 min
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Having every one of us been in bondage to sin, we readily believe that sinful things are Satanic; but do we believe equally that the things of the world are Satanic? Many of us, I think, are still in two minds about this. Yet how clearly Scripture affirms that "the whole world lieth in the evil one" (1 John 5:19). Satan well knows that, generally speaking, to try to ensnare real Christians through things that are positively sinful is vain and futile. They will usually sense the danger and elude him. So he had contrived instead an enticing network, the mesh of which is so skillfully woven as to entrap the most innocent of men. We flee sinful lusts, and with good reason, but when it comes to such seemingly innocuous things as science and art and education, how readily do we lose our sense of values and fall a prey to his enticements!

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  • Generale
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  • vlad
  • 25/03/2015

Great book a great listen. learn a lot from it.

From the title of the book and the author of the book I knew it would be a great read / listen. Glory to God!

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  • Generale
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  • Al
  • 21/04/2016

GREAT!!!

There are revelations in this book that all true Christians need to know. "Love not the world"!

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  • Generale
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  • GoodGuy
  • 07/03/2020

A very deep book yet easy to follow for bible read

A must read it helps understand your Godly purpose and put worldly into perspective
I loved the book and I will have to read it again. I suggest reading it when you have time to study it. A good quote "you are touching the world."

  • Generale
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  • Taylor Britton
  • 04/02/2020

love not the world* *satan

i get that satan hides in materialism and attachment and vice etc, and that the antichrist will use religion and politics and markets to bring about satans works, but using the transient nature of gods creation as a reason as not to love it seems like a stretch. the transient and temporary nature of nature is much of what there is to love about it. sure too much food ia gluttony but should we also not eat the mana god provides and be thankful for its brevity? food rots, but to be the shepard of this decay leads to elevation whether you are ripening bananas for bread or curing meat or making cheese or aging wine etc. the change the seasons bring from spring life to winter devastation, the landscapes created by erosion, the flow of the tides. all the beauty of gods creation is temporary.

i also question the implication that there is sin in markets themselves, corruption of capitalism is through the evil of government interference which requires theft and violence or the desire for capital as an ends and not a means. the antichrist is the worship of statist progressivism which aims to replace god.

  • Generale
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09/05/2018

great

challenging narrative that convicts and causes believers to take a hard look at life to see if we're lining up with the world or the Word.

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  • DCarter
  • 11/03/2016

A True Wakeup call to the Saints of God!!!

A true wakeup call for the saints to start looking to God and not to the world!