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The standard concept of Satan is to much personified into a single entity, when really the word describes the state of ones position in relation to God's ideal. For example If I were to over personify a cough or a sneeze as it's own entity, when really it is process that the body goes through. The word Satan really means "the adversary", or "the Enemy", or ...


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Its referring to the fall of a proud king, it then refers that this same spirit of self exaltation had been the reason the original man[satan advesary to God] had been expelled. Were Cane and Abel Adams first born or did Eve think Abel to be first to fulfill the prohpecy given in genisis and Seth to continue the geanology line to Jesus. Was Adam also a king ...


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Emotion is the product of desire vs result. Emotions like happiness come from encountering results that are desirable. Emotions like anger and sadness come from encountering results that are undesirable. Attributing emotions like sadness to God is simply to say that there is an in-congruency between what God desires and a result. (God desires men to choose ...


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I believe Revelation 12;3,4,12 discribes Satan's fall to earth. And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads. 4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven , and did cast them to the earth: And the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be ...


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Your citing of Genesis 6:6 and Ephesians 4:30 is good. That's probably as far as we can go in answering your question, however. I want to say God was indeed grieved by the sin of His chief angel, Lucifer. God had invested a great deal in Lucifer. Lucifer was beautiful to behold, and he perhaps had a special place, or ranking, in the third heaven. Perhaps ...


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Why God chose the Judas as one of Lord jesus disciple even though God knows very well about Judas that he betrayed Jesus for thirty pieces of silver and afterwards hanged himself (Matthew 26:14,16). God has good purpose for all of us Romans 8:28-30 but If we reject Him, He is not responsible. Anyway do you know Satan is doing the will of God always even ...


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Satan thinks he is God. Isaiah 14;14 I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High. II Thessalonians 2;4 Who opposeth and exhalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God shewing himself that he is God. ...


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How do you know that Satan knows he will lose? The Bible says that Satan will lose in the end, but it doesn't say that he knows this. Perhaps Satan does not believe that the Bible is true on this point, and he thinks that he can win. After all, in pretty much every human war, both sides enter the war predicting that they will win. It seems unlikely that ...


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Since the Philosophy tag was raised. This is what I think. Satan and the demons fear God. They are not going to fight against God. If anything Satan is out to get us. So is the antichrist who will trick us to fight against Christ Jesus. He was cast out of Heaven. Luke 10:18 NET So he said to them, I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven. Satan ...


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I write a short answer because it is quite simple. The Bible reveals almost nothing about the internal reasonings of devils or Satan. It does however described them as being 'evil' in their desire. This in of itself answers the question for we only need to use common observation of the sinful nature to see similar behaviors in men. For example, when a ...


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satan was formerly an angel created by god.This angel was very pride of his wisdom, power and beauty and therefore began to disobey god in everything.As a result of this god cast him down to hell but he (The fallen Angel or The Lucifier)started to challenge with god in order to spoil the mankind that god so lovingly created for himself and to gather a group ...



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