When Jesus told his disciples how he must go to Jerusalem and suffer many things and be crucified, Simon Peter rebuked him, “Let it never be so Lord!” To which Jesus replied, “get behind me satan, you savourest not the things of God, but only the things of man. This still happens today, in our pulpits and among others who name the name of Christ. And the satanic message is still the same, Jesus did not have to die, and neither do we. But Christ answered immediately, clearly, and definitively: If any man would come after me, he must first deny himself, take up his cross, and follow him. Making sure tomorrow that none of us are followers of “Satan’s gospel.”

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