All of the followers of Jesus Christ have had a \u2018That Day\u2019 experience. Some may have a feeling of refreshment, others could have wept, while some may be filled with feelings of amazement. Some can have a sense of confusion, not knowing what comes next? One thing for certain is at that confession of Jesus as Lord of our lives, the devil is awakened now seeing us as his enemy! On \u2018That Day\u2019 all of our past mistakes have been removed, the Blood of Jesus has washed over us cleansing our soul and spirit, our flesh however still needs some work. The flesh is where Satan will begin his attacks trying to draw us back into old habits and the desires of the old life styles. On \u2018That Day\u2019 the Holy Spirit takes up residence within us, beginning to change us from the inside out, we need only to be patient and faithful. He will lead us into a life filled with a new freedom, we only need to submit! Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians 5:17,\u00a0\u201cThis means that anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun!\u201d Also, the Palmist tells us in Psalm 103:12, \u201cHe has removed our sins as far from us as the east is from the west.\u201d On \u2018That Day\u2019 when we actually confess and believe that Jesus died for us by showing a love like we have never known before, He has also given us the authority to use His Name against the attacks of the devil. John 16:23-24 says, \u201cAt that time you won\u2019t need to ask me for anything. I tell you the truth, you will ask the Father directly, and he will grant your request because you use my name. You haven\u2019t done this before. Ask, using my name, and you will receive, and you will have abundant joy.\u201d Starting every day we need to remember that Jesus defeated Satan by using Scripture, we can do the same!\u00a0 In the Bible we are reminded that after the temptation of Jesus, Satan was still waiting for an opportune time to deceive Him, and he is waiting to do the same to us! For anyone who is reading this and has not had a \u2018That Day\u2019 experience, it can be done in five steps: Confessing Jesus as your Savior Wanting to leave your old life behind Thanking Him for forgiveness Asking Him to guide you\u00a0 Then thanking God for the forgiving Grace, given through Jesus satisfies Then seek a church where the Word of God is taught and there are others to stand alongside you offering support! \u2014 Ron Witbeck is an associate pastor at Resurrection Life Church in Big Rapids.