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Like the title says, Would the devil still keep attacking those he's won the fight against?

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Depends on whether he got up on the wrong side of the bed that day? There's no way to answer this... –  mxyzplk Sep 8 '11 at 4:36
how can it not be answered? please explain? –  LordZardeck Sep 8 '11 at 4:40
No-one here knows what goes through the devil's mind. –  DJClayworth Sep 8 '11 at 5:53
Even if someone has given up on God, He hasn't given up on them. –  Wikis Sep 8 '11 at 6:25
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The devil is not out to fight anybody.

The devil is out to win souls over to the side of falsehood. The devil is the father of falsehood, when he lies he is speaking his native language because he has been lying from the beginning.

The devil uses a smooth tongue and convincing arguements to win over his followers. Remember that the devil is not omnipresent, he can only be in one location at a time. God says to resist the evil one and he will flee.

The devil uses those that have given up on God to weaken the faith of believers who have not given up on God.

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I think the devil will not keep attacking, but will keep that person with him by being friendly..keeping him in hold :)

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would he still continue to hurt him with the things he used to pull him down? And are there any bible references that explain/combat this? –  LordZardeck Sep 8 '11 at 3:20
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