Can we pray for Satan, the one greatest sinner who needs it most?
Can we pray for the change of heart of Satan? That he may repent, sincerely ask God for forgiveness and turn away from sin?
I John 1:9 states, If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. This means that Satan himself must confess his sins and ask for forgiveness to receive absolution from his sin. I also don't believe that Satan is under the same plan of redemption as we are. Jesus came to save mankind and Satan is a fallen angel who knowing the full power and of God and still challenged his authority.
by Debra Allen16 months ago
The Bible says that all one has to do is ask for forgiveness. Now being that, do you think that Satan might have already asked God for forgiveness? Now before you rattle off scripture.....I don't...
by heart4theword6 years ago
Must the sinner wait till he has repented before he can come to Jesus?Is Repentance to be made an obstacle between the sinner and The Saviour?"Come unto Me, all ye that labor and are heavyladen, and I will give you...
by Frank P. Crane5 years ago
Can you really separate the sinner from the sin?United at last! The whole world speaks with one voice it's disdain for Jerry Sandusky. No one seems to bother with that fine line between the sinner and his...
by jerami7 years ago
Let me paraphrase, Jesus spoke of the pharisee and the sinner praying in the temple, and how the "Holy one" was praying, "Thank you Lord for ..not.. making me like HIM." ...
by Mitzi Moo7 years ago
I am preparing lesson 19 in Gospel Principle and am concerned about the statement made near the...end of page 111. It says "To make our repentance complete we must keep the commandment of the Lord. We...
by mr williams13 months ago
Why can't Satan and his legion of demons repent?
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