A C. H. E. SADAPHAL SERMON: THE ANATOMY OF TEMPTATION PART I

In this C. H. E. Sadaphal sermon, you will discover what temptation is really made of so that you will be empowered to know how, when, and with what the enemy will strike. 

At the end of the day, anyone can tell you what temptation looks like, but the most dangerous forms are the ones you don’t even know exist. In this sermon, you will be able to lift the veil of secrecy and bring to light what often hides in plain site.

To start, every temptation has three distinct components: an objective, an object, and an opportunity. The objectives never change, the objects often change, and the opportunities are limitless. How will you know when you are most susceptible? Timing is more important that brute strength.

Second, the best temptations hide in plain sight. That is, when the identity of the tempter is unknown or hidden your susceptibility increases. Learn what coffee breaks, religious serpents, and famous Hollywood actors have to do with one another. A bold new way of looking at Genesis 3 is also discussed.

Lastly, you don’t start training on game day. If your preparation begins during the fight, you are destined to fail. Now that you know what it is you are dealing with, equip yourself with the tools needed to overcome the trials.

Discover all the answers in the full-length sermon below.

The video above can also be found by following the link here.

This sermon was performed at Deeper Life Christian Fellowship in Richmond Hill, Queens, NY. Dr. Sadaphal is scheduled to preach on the last Sunday of every month for the foreseeable future. For more information, please click on the Contact tab above.

For more on basic Christian doctrine, please click on the Category tab What Christians Should Know to the right.

God Bless.

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