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See more hymns... Jesus’ Power Over Evil This devotional on Deuteronomy 18:15-20, Mark 1:21-28, and 1 Corinthians 7:32-35 reminds us that Jesus already won the victory over evil and no matter how challenging our world is, we are to never lose hope. | | The Root of All Evil A bold interpretation of 1 Timothy 6:10 from Mike Yaconelli, published as a sermon illustration on the inherent evil of money and its effects on us. | | Overcoming Evil With Good A worship planning guide including hymns, prayers, reflections, and more. The theme is the call to confront evil, based on Psalms 119 and 149, Ezekiel 33:7-11, Matthew 18:15-20, and Romans 13:8-14. | | Evil in Film This sermon illustration looks at several film depictions of evil and darkness, suggesting that only by gazing into the dark do we thirst for Light and finally recognize it for what and how it is. | | The Capacity for Evil Kay Warren tells of a trip to Rwanda, where the history of genocide reminded her that all people can commit evil, illustrating Romans 7:14-24, Romans 3:10-23, Mark 7:21-23, and other passages. | | Deliver us from Evil An angel hands a prisoner of Satan the keys to his shackles as a rendering of the petition "Deliver us from evil" from the Lord's Prayer | | Innocence in the midst of evil John Foley calls the visit of the magi (Matthew 2:1-12) "a classic story about innocence in the midst of evil." It is also about hope because we can look to the light of the Christ child. | | How Are the Days Evil? We all live in evil days, yet we are not without hope. When we acknowledge the evil days, we have a chance to do something profound for good. Mark D. Roberts reflects on Ephesians 5:15-16. | |