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Daily Devotionals: (15th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

The Strategy of Satan

We can see here the method of Satan. His first temptation is by one maid, the second by many servants who stood by. 263 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (14th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

Tempted and Then Accused by Satan

Is the nature of women more inquisitive or more malignant, that amongst so many other servants a woman should begin the second accusation? 291 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (13th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

Sin and the Fear in Sin

Peter has no sooner denied his master, but he goes out further from him. The action of the foot bears witness to the apostasy of the tongue. 329 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (12th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

Sinners: Satan’s Servants

Woman was the first sinner (Genesis 3:6, 12), and we see in the two greatest falls, Adam’s and Peter’s, woman is made the first tempter. 192 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (11th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

The Power of Satan’s Weak Instruments

I have never read of more dangerous falls in the saints than were Adam’s, Lot’s, Samson’s, David’s, Solomon’s, and Peter’s, and in all of these, either the first enticers or the first occasioners are women. 349 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (10th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

Giving Satan the Advantage

It is no wonder that Peter is tempted to forsake his master when he is following afar off. How can he do anything else but stumble and fall if he hides himself from the Sun of Righteousness, and is absent from the light of the world? 428 more words

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Daily Devotionals: (9th Sept.) Meditations on the Fall of Peter

The Wiles of the Devil

The devil has a kind of method and air of modesty in his temptations. He knew that he could not draw from Peter such a blasphemous denial with the first fiery dart of temptation. 551 more words

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