New answers tagged glory
To expand on unregistered-matthew7.7's comment, I would say this: doesn't the justice, holiness, mercy, and grace of God show up in greater relief with the presence of sin and evil? And doesn't the showing up of those attributes of God in greater relief bring Him greater glory?
Short answer: We don't know. Speculation: Yes, Satan saw the Glory of God but not necessarily the face of God. There are two famous verses believed to describe the history of Satan; Isaiah 14:12-15 and Ezekiel 28:12-18. Ezekiel described him as a Cherub. Isaiah called him "Morning Star". According to Wikipedia Seraphim are the closest to God and of the ...
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