Sept 15, 2012 – Sermon on “The battle for the mind” by Jody McCoy

Jody McCoy’s sermon on “The battle for the mind” is the second part in a four-part series.  Jody explained the way Satan uses a corruption of the concept of God is good to create a false reality where good and God are two distinctly different elements instead of one and the same. Once the false reality is established, it is easier to persuade people that Satan can be good as well as God and by rationalization, that Satan can be god as well since he is good, etc..  Jody established a new standard in philosophical comparison that is initially called “The Banana Morality” which may be interesting to the discerning listener.

Jody used the following scriptures:  Eph. 6:12, 1Pt. 5:8. Is. 14:12-14, Gen. 3:5 +12, Jud. 21:25, John 15:4-5

The links to the previous parts in this series are listed here for convenience in hearing the whole message.

Listen to audio of the sermon (part two) here -> 9-15-12 sermon

Listen to audio of part one here -> 5-5-12 sermon

Jody attends a COG7 church at  in Austin, TX where he lives and  he preaches by request in Conroe from time to time.


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One Response to “Sept 15, 2012 – Sermon on “The battle for the mind” by Jody McCoy”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:

    I really enjoyed your sermon Sabbath. There was a lot of food for thought. When we realize that God is truly always good, then we can trust him with our lives. It is when we begin to doubt his Goodness that we get in trouble spiritually. The things that we think are bad may be the things that God knows we need in our lives to make us more dependent on Him.
    The puppet illustration was very good. We need not fear turning control of our lives to a GOOD GOD!
    May God bless you, Jody. . . . Mom

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