2 Corinthians 10:3-6 states that we do not wage war as the world does, but we fight a spiritual battle against the strongholds of evil.
As disciples of Christ, we should seek to learn, to know, and to understand the “secrets of the kingdom of God.”
We have access to the things of God if we live by the Spirit, live holy lives, and follow His will.
It’s the little things that count in our lives.
Though on the underside the quilt of God’s handiwork are knots and threads hanging, on the upside (what really counts) is the beautiful tapestry that unfolds.
We are called to live our lives, not by what is seen but by what is unseen (2 Cor. 4:18).
God has given each of us an eternal spirit.
Our flesh tugs at us daily, entices us to do wrong, to sin, to allow the law of sin to work in us and condemn us.
Jesus has set us free. Whereas once we lived in bondage, we now live in freedom.
It is imperative that we maintain a close relationship with the Father and do not allow ourselves to be corrupted from the outside.