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Forgiveness can be found at any time. Christ can save us in this very present moment if our hearts turn to Him. There does not have to be a day of judgement; we don’t have to wait and wonder if we will be saved.

God provides simplicity in the reality that if we come to Christ and ask for forgiveness with a sincere heart, we will be forgiven instantly. Wiped clean. Reborn. There is nothing that can stop you from finding salvation in Jesus Christ and receiving the Holy Spirit if you believe in His name, even right now. But to understand the significance of God’s amazing grace, we also must understand the weight of sin and the influence of Satan.

The topic of sin and the devil is something many Christians, and people in general, often want to stray away from—with good reason. The idea of a being that is actively seeking to steal, kill, and destroy anything good in our lives is a fearful concept (John 10:10).

Often times, Christians will want to blur the lines of who the devil is, and claim that he isn’t an actual being, but an overall, general influence of evil in our lives. By removing our sight of the enemy, we are therefore giving him power to work in ways that won’t be addressed in terms of the Gospel.

Don’t fool yourself; there is a war going on all around us, and in our minds, and in heavenly places, that has ramifications for our everyday lives, “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12).

1. Sin is a choice that breaks God’s laws and does not bring us closer to Him