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Satan is not the opposite of God, though he does oppose Him. Lucifer (who became Satan [adversary]) was perfect when God created him; however, he rebelled against the LORD and consequently fell from his lofty position. He never was God's opposite.
and you think GOD can not control HIS angels? GOD knows everything that will happen, HE created lucifer for a purpose...just like HE created pharoah for a purpose.
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Darrell Roberts says
So Darrell... may we imply that Jane Doe - this bastion of the church - must have some sordid, hidden life that she is unable to hide from God... and he's got her in his sights and is going to kick her a*s? ... and she can't get away from him/her/it?
Darell, when GOD tests us, it isnt to tell HIM more about us, HE already knows everything there is to know.it is to tell US more about ourselves and to help us become stronger in faith.also GOD said it is appointed unto man to live but once.1 life.
There is nothing hidden from God, it just takes time for the results of a person's karma to catch up to them.
It cannot be concluded for an absolute fact if we live one or multiple lives. Different scriptures differ.
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Then why did God create bad people? Why would perfection create imperfection? How is it even possible?
GOD did not create bad people. GOD is good. in order for man to have the freedom to choose HE had to create the opposite of HIMSELF...satan, or evil. CHRIST HIMSELF said no one is righteous. we are all bad people. some of us accept the free gift of
"there are no good people-only evil sinful ones"I don't agree with this.There ARE good people.Just because people don't believe the same way you do, it doesn't make them evil and sinful&many people who have repented and had forgiveness are murder
Keith, God didn't create bad people. He created people with the potential to sin. Adam chose to sin and because of how the cosmos is organized, everyone inherits this sin nature. Some (like Hitler) express it more than others but all sin.
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Vegas Elias says
Damn, Elias... I tried to follow your logic and felt like I was reading a dime-store novel printed on a bowl of spagetti...
I DID like your ""has to defend himself" thing, tho'. We have "stand your ground" here in Florida. Probably God inspired..
Mr Love Doctor says
It seems clear from a comparison of Daniel and Revelation that "time, times, and a half a time" refers to the last half of the seventieth week of Daniel (9:25-27) during which the Jewish remnant will experience persecution at the hands of Antichrist.
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