THE DECEITFULNESS OF SIN


                                 Phil Scovell

                           Copyright (C) 2003/2007

                             All rights Reserved

                              CONCLUDING REMARKS

     Where do we go from here?  If you are on medications, stay on them and
     do what your  doctor says.  If  you are seeing a  Christian counselor,
     psychologist, or psychiatrist, continue doing  so.  If you are meeting
     with a pastor, keep  doing so.  If you have a support group with which
     you  meet, keep doing  so.  There  is nothing wrong with  any of these
     resources.  If you  also want to discover the root cause for lie based
     thinking in  order to hear  the truth of  God's Word through  the Lord
     Jesus Christ, you will need to locate an intercessor who knows  how to
     pray with others  in order  that lies  can be exposed  and healing  be
     achieved.    For  those  who  simply  do  not  believe  in  any  other
     possibility than "professional"  help, by all means, do  what you feel
     is best.

          Demons are something  very few Christians want to  address.  Most
     refuse to believe  they have anything  to do with  a Christian's  life
     whatsoever.  They  believe it was all  settled at the cross  for them.
     This is ok.   No one is saying you have to consider  demons as part of
     the problem of lie based  thinking.  However, if  you are going to  be
     involved with intercessory  prayer, you should find  someone who knows
     their authority in Christ and who is familiar with what to do, and not
     do,  during a  prayer session  if  demons manifest  because they  will
     manifest even if you do not believe in them.

          Finally, my prayer for you is that you live a totally maintenance
     free victory life in Christ as Lord and Savior.

                                  The End