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The Devil Wants to Eat You Alive

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Sermon shared by Shad Comeaux

June 2007
Summary: Understanding that satan wants to do nothing but destroy us.
Denomination: Baptist
Audience: General teen
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could never be an A & B student, but with faith you can be. You may think that you will never be good enough to make the volleyball, basketball, or football team, but with faith in God you will not only make the team, but you could also become a starter.

But as we get back on track, young people I really want you to take something from this message, and this message is for all of us young and old. If you don’t remember anything I say, please remember one thing, “The Devil Wants to Eat You Alive.” We live our lives daily as if there is nothing happening behind the scene, and the fact is that there is a spiritual warfare that is taking place that we can’t see with our physical eyes. But it is time that we open our spiritual eyes, look around and see what’s really going on.

What is really going on? Satan is putting drugs before our youth as young as middle school age. These drugs such as cheese are killing children at a very young age.
• Sex scenes on television appear as regular as commercials, putting thoughts in the minds of our youth which has led to actions resulting in the rise of sexually transmitted diseases and teenage pregnancy.
• Satan has also gone platinum in the music industry causes artist to get rich off of your money with the sale of explicit lyrics that does nothing but corrupt the soul. This is what’s going on, in our world, in our country, in our cities, in our schools, and in our homes.
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Our focus scripture that we are using today, I Peter 5:8 is a part of a book that was written to encourage Christians who were suffering and being persecuted. These Christians were being treated badly and killed just because they believed in Jesus Christ. Peter who wrote this book was one of Jesus’ closest friends. At this point in Peter’s life he understood the big picture and wanted to share with others that their suffering wasn’t in vain. He encouraged them to hold on and keep their faith in Christ. If you never get at least one thing out of a sermon that encourages you, then you need to find another preacher to listen to. With that being said let me give you a few encouraging words before I sit down and be happy all by myself.

The point to remember is that the devil wants to eat you alive, and I’m sure that none of us wants the devil to eat us alive. So, the question that many of you may have is how do I prevent satan from eating me alive? I’m so glad you asked because I was going to tell you anyway.
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There are a few things that we can take from verse 8 in I Peter chapter 5 that will help us survive the attacks of the devil and avoid being eaten alive by him. The first thing is that we must be self-controlled and alert. Some of your bibles may say to be sober and be vigilant. If you ever hear someone talk about being sober, then 9 times out of 10 they’re talking about somebody who has been drunk.
• Now all of us haven’t always been holding up the blood stain banner. So we know firsthand about being drunk. But when a person is drunk they don’t have much control over their mind and their body. Peter in this scripture isn’t referring to being drunk, but he is saying make sure
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