Matthew 28:20. As Christians we may have to suffer many things through our Christian calling, but loneliness is not one of them. When we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we are also accepting him into our heart. He is with us and will not forsake us in our Christian calling.
Acts 1:8. Christians have a supernatural power that comes from receiving the Holy Ghost (Acts 1:8, "But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you..."). This supernatural power is more powerful than sin, death, and ungodly influences in our lives. As long as we stay in relationship with God, we as Christians have the power to heal and overcome any situation.
John 2:11. God's miracles are supernatural acts that happen in the natural world. God's miracles provide us evidence that God exists. God is a supernatural person. God does not just operate within our five senses.
Genesis 6:5. Our imagination among other things allows fear, worry, phobias, and anxiety to rule our lives. It can be prudent to be fearful of snakes, dogs, or life-threatening situations, but we should not put this fear above God. If we have an uncontrollable phobia against dogs or worms, we are letting our imagination get away with us and breaking fellowship with God.
James 2:19. Christians believe that there is one, true God and they worship one God. History demonstrates that all of mankind has a predisposition to worship a God or gods. Prior to the birth of the Jewish nation, many people worshiped many gods. Even with the birth of Christianity, people continued to worship many gods.
1 John 4:7. God is love. To know love is to know God. God is the source of all, true love.
God's love is called agape love. Agape means unmerited favor. This is the love that God has given to us through Jesus Christ. Though we are sinners and disobedient to God, God still loves us.
Ephesians 6:11. By us putting on the whole armor of God, we can persevere through any lie, temptation, and deceit that the devil may throw at us (Ephesians 6:10-11, "Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil").
James 4:7. God has given us the power and self-control to resist the devil and his temptations. All we have to do is exercise that self-control when fixing a broken relationship with God. If we resist the devil, He will flee from us. The only self-control we really need to fight temptation is the self-control to submit to God everyday.
John 8:44. Spiritual warfare is a battle of our mind and the only weapon the devil has against us is lies and trickery. In Greek the definition of the devil (diabolos) is “adversary, slanderer, accuser”. The Bible tells us that the devil is the father of lies (John 8:44, "Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do.
Genesis 3:1. The devil has no capability to do us direct harm. He can only do us harm by trickery. In Genesis 3:1 it says, "Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field…". In the Garden of Eden the Devil did no direct harm to Adam and Eve. All he did was use his craftiness to confuse and tempt Adam and Eve to disobey God.