Fight! Existence of Evil / Spiritual Warfare About this Life Night Evil Spirits, Satan, Spiritual Battle… these are the things out of horror movies, right? Many of our teens (and adults) have bought into the lie that Satan and evil are not real. The truth is they are real and there is a battle being waged for our souls. This is not a truth to scare people into “being good”; it is a reality of which we need to be aware. We must be prepared to defend ourselves (and others) against evil. This Life Night looks at these realities through the lens of the cross where victory was won for us. It is important that the Core Team and those presenting this night are well informed and prepared to present this topic to the teens. The Gather will help the teens realize that “reality” is not limited to what we see. The Proclaim will explain the reality of evil and spiritual battle in our world. The Break will give the teens an opportunity to look at Ephesians 6 and apply it to their lives. Finally, the Send will ask the intercession and protection of St. Michael the Archangel over the teens. Goal of This Night The goal of this Life Night is to bring to light the real spiritual battle between good (God) and evil (Satan). This Life Night will help the teens equip themselves with the weapons of prayer and Sacraments. The teens will also learn about the role of St. Michael the Archangel and his powerful intercession and protection. Catechism # 391 - 395 # 407 - 409 # 1033 - 1037 # 1849 - 1853 Scripture Revelation 12:7 -17 2 Peter 5:8 -11 Ephesians 6:10 -17 Psalms 91:0 Key Concepts Evil and spiritual warfare are real. It is a part of our lives as Christians. We do not have to live in fear, but awareness and readiness. Prayer, Scripture and Sacraments are the weapons to fight any attacks of the evil one. We are not alone. Christ won the victory over sin and evil by his death on the cross. It is His victory that we claim when faced with evil of any type. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.