If Satan offers wealth and fame be assured that it is already yours and it is just a matter of time before God clothes you with it. If Satan threatens your loved ones know that their lives are always in the Lord's hands, and you will only lose what God has already determined to be so.
We, as Christians, must always accept God's will through adversity, loss and despair because it is the making of us into vessels fit for the Master's use. So to fear this or that is an extraordinarily stupid thing to do because in so doing we give Satan's disciples territory in our life from which they will attempt to derail our eternal life.
Never, never, never open the door when Satan knocks on it. Don't even listen to his threats of doom and gloom. It is all an effort to set you up, and turn things and people you love into bargaining chips to lay an anchor in your life in order to sink your soul into the quagmire of disobedience and disbelief.
Never bargain with the devil because he really has nothing but what you foolishly give to him. He's like an empty cargo ship perusing the world looking for someone he can dupe into entering his ship of sin by using the pitchforks of fear and manipulation to make an entrance into your life. Once he enters he won't be satisfied with a mere corner of your life, but he will repeatedly beat you upside the head with whatever you fear. He will always use that threat against you to try and gain more and more ground towards the final destruction of you soul.
He may start off with a seemingly inconsequential little thing, but rest assured it is only the beginning. So never even have a conversation with the devil, just ignore him and his disciples, keeping your all focused on doing the will of God.
Anytime you make compromises with Satan you are setting yourself up to lose, and simultaneously incurring the wrath of God who will be offended at your lack of faith in him, and his ability to deliver you from the hand of your oppressors.
God will always come back to you and ask you to sacrifice the thing that means the most to you, the thing or person that he gave to you, on the altar of obedience. Abraham discovered this when God asked him to literally sacrifice his son Isaac on the altar of obedience. Whatever your Isaac is be prepared to offer it back to God. In the end God may or may not take it back, but the critical thing is that you obey him like Abraham did without knowing the outcome, but realizing that God is God and that he knows what he is doing.
If the enemies of the Truth sought to kill Jesus, then it was a foreshadowing of what was to come, they will also seek to kill anyone who is a follower of Jesus. In the days of old it was so, and nothing has really changed. Methodologies have altered, but the end game has not. If you love the Lord God with all your heart, soul, mind and body, then expect to be crucified, not on a literal cross but a cross nevertheless.
We have chosen life over death, consequently life in this present world is fraught with pain and suffering until we, like Christ, rise from the dead and enter into the Kingdom of God, on the other side of this life while yet in this life. To achieve eternal life by wrapping ourselves up in faith and hope, as destined children of God, is living fully in the presence of God already.
We may still be encased in flesh and bones, but our spirits have risen and become one with the Lord. We live in this world but we are not of this world. We have let go of worldly things and embraced the things of the spirit, the precious, holy things of God.
We have sacrificed all on the altar of obedience. Consequently, we endure the wiles of the devil, we rise above our flesh, and we walk triumphantly through this world to the other side of death, on our way to our eternal home in the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ, God the Father, our love perfected.