‘It is my belief that the modern world and especially the history of the present century can only be understood in terms of the unusual activity of the devil and the ‘principalities and powers’. In a world of collapsing institutions , moral chaos, and increasing violence, never was it more important to trace the hand of the ‘prince of the air’, and then, not only to learn to wrestle with him and his forces, but also to overcome them ‘by the blood of the lamb and the word of his testimony’. If we cannot discern the chief cause of our ills, how can we hope to cure them’
Martyn Lloyd-Jones speaking after the Second WW.
Quoted by Charlie Cleverly in his book 'The Song of Songs: Exploring the Divine Romance', Page 128