Seduction is another device that the enemy uses to ensnare the people of God.
We can see a good example of this when Joseph was a slave because Potiphar's wife Looked longingly at Joseph and she told him, “Sleep with me”. (Genesis 39:7) This woman also used the device of persistence because She spoke to Joseph day after day. (Genesis 39:10)
If you are being attacked with this device of seduction, remind yourself that God is faithful and He will not allow you to be tempted more than you can bear because with each temptation, there will always be a way of escape. (1 Corinthians 10:13)
Therefore look for your way to escape the trap and take it like Joseph Who left his garment in the hand of Potiphar’s wife and fled outside. (Genesis 39:13)
Understand that even if the situation initially becomes negative, God can still turn it around because Potiphar's wife used Joseph's garment against him when she accused him of attempted rape.
However, God vindicated Joseph because after he was imprisoned for this crime, God connected him Pharaoh’s butler and blessed him with the wisdom to interpret Pharaoh’s dreams which resulted in him being promoted to become the Prime Minister of Egypt.
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We Are Not Ignorant of His Devices 2nd Edition (2 Corinthians 2:11) uses examples from the Bible to teach you 19 of the strategies the devil uses to attack God’s people.
This Christian spiritual warfare book also shows you how to deal with each of those devices so that you can live a more victorious Christian life.