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diane harper February 25, 2014 at 6:49 pm

I love our Lord Jesus—my everything. Amen

David February 26, 2014 at 12:27 am

Also it is good to look at Alighieri, Milton and others through history. Of course the Bible is our main source of reference. David Central Europe

Haritdas February 26, 2014 at 11:42 pm

If you believe in One GOD then you must also believe that there is no other power greater than him. The almighty GOD is the creator , he creates maintains and sustains everything. The creator is also in the creation. By believing in Satan and his powers you are saying that GOD is not Omnipotent, Omnipresence and Omniscience. Satan is not outside of you, the carnal nature in man is the Satan. Do a complete research on Satan and you will know the truth. Take Satan out of the equation and you have only GOD and YOU. Isn’t that wonderful. Seek the truth and the truth will set you free.

DocReits February 27, 2014 at 6:49 pm

Haritdas,

Correct me, if I am wrong, but your point is that we are more than conquerors because God is all powerful and able to keep us, protect us, and indeed make us conquerors both now and forever when we know His Son Jesus. Therefore the devil, Satan, the evil one, the prince of the power of the air, has no power over the redeemed.

To suggest then that Satan has power over us, is to deny who we are in Christ, that indeed, “Greater is He(Christ) who is in you, than he(Satan) who is in the world”. I get it, and I agree wholeheartedly, if that is your thought.

Then unfortunately, it seems you detour into a popular fallacy with your statements that the devil is not an actual spiritual being, a fallen angel, but is merely us(our carnal natures) outside of Christ. Could it be that you are confusing the “spirit of anti-christ” with Satan himself? They are not the same.

The author of this article, Pastor Evans, went to great lengths to quote many of the Scriptures, regarding Satan, the actual fallen angel formerly known as Lucifer, for your consideration. Do you discount these Scripture references as merely allegorical or metaphorical? If so, you are mistaken.

Satan is an angelic being, who Christ saw fall from heaven, who entered Judas before he betrayed Christ, who stood before God’s presence before Job’s testing and argued with Michael(another angel) concerning Moses’ body(Jude 9).

You say, “…the carnal nature in man is the Satan”. Satan is, as you implied, not omnipresent. He is a singular spiritual being(fallen angel). Since he is not omnipresent he cannot be our carnal nature because he would then be omnipresent(in all of us)…think about it.

You state, “Take Satan out of the equation and you have only GOD and YOU”. I would reply, “Take Satan out of the equation and you have redacted the Word of God”.

DocReits





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