Here’s an actual search phrase from my blog stats: “if i talk to God i feel like the devil will know my problems”
The teacher would ask a question, then ask for a show of hands from those who knew the answer.
All who believed they knew would immediately raise their hands up high, and hope the teacher would pick them.
In a similar way, someone has launched this question into the internet.
However, unlike the teachers in our childhood classrooms who knew the answers, the person asking, “Will the devil know my problems?” is earnestly seeking an answer.
Well, I know the answer, but putting my hand up won’t help. I’ll have to rely on the search engines to send you here.
ANSWER: The Devil Already Knows Your Problems!
Here’s What’s Really Going On:
The devil has caused your problems!
He’s hoping you won’t find out that God is right there in the situation with you, longing for you to release your problems to Him.
Meanwhile, the devil laughs at you and mocks God as you worry and fret with anxiety over how to get help from God.
Here’s a test you can use to see if it’s from the devil. If it’s readily apparent that the thought, “If I talk to God, I feel like the devil will know my problems,” is actually keeping you from turning to God, or trusting God, or confiding in God, or releasing your problems to God, then you know that the thought is from Satan and his demons. As I’m sure you know, their goal is to keep you away from God, and to keep you from reading, understanding, and applying principles from the Bible.
The prophet Hosea wrote:
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” (Hosea 4:6)
Let me point you toward the things you need to know. Start by reading my article, What The Devil Does NOT Want You To Know . That article reveals strategies the devil uses to keep you away from God and to prevent you from learning God’s Word.
The article also has excerpts and links to many other articles I have written on the subject of Spiritual warfare.
If you’ll do a little homework, and then do the things I’ve urged people to do, you won’t have to wonder, “Will the devil know my problems?”
Before you leave, take a look at this:
Rejoice In The Lord Always; Be Anxious For Nothing
I ask you: does this passage of Scripture describe your life? It can, you know. It really can. But you have to do your part.
Then you can stop wondering, “Will the devil know my problems?” and begin to live in the joy of the Lord.
Use the links I’ve given you and do some reading. Feel free to ask questions. You have nothing to lose and much to gain.