Is it possible to sell your soul to the devil?


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Shea S. Michael Houdmann Supporter Got Questions Ministries
In the fanciful tale of Dr. Faustus, a man makes a deal with the devil: in exchange for his body and soul, the man is to receive supernatural power and pleasures for 24 years. The devil agrees to t...

July 01 2013 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

Data Bruce Lyon Elder: Restoration Fellowship Assembly
One doesn't sell their soul to Satan by any means. If we are not in the lord Jesus we are in bondage to sin and Satan's influence rules over all we do.

In one sense we are slaves to sin under the one who caused sin to enter into this world when he caused Adam and Eve to rebel against God's command not to eat the fruit of the tree of good and evil. 

Thank God He has provided a way where anyone who come to believe in the one whom He sent to deliver us from our sin nature can reckon themselves as dead to sin and alive in the lord Jesus. He willingly allowed himself to be crucified according to his God and his Father's plan; and by his shed blood we have our sins forgiven and have been reconciled to his God and our God, his Father and our Father.

Praise God for His wonderful gift. We are bought and paid for by the blood of Jesus, as a result we should live our lives in thanksgiving and love toward God and our neighbor as he has given us instruction to do.

What an awesome price our lord and savior paid for our deliverance from sin. Halal Yah - Praise Yahovah.

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