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God & Lucifer in our Reality

Updated on August 30, 2011

God & Lucifer in Our Reality

There is a reality in our lives that we do not always see or realize. It is the reality of who we are. Often we will see ourselves as others see us, as we think that we should be, or want to be. But this is often not the reality of who we are. That reality is only accomplished and realized in the knowing who we are in God. Without God the reality is that we are nothing anyway.

God Completes us, He is the one with the blueprint for our life. He knows what we are capable of and what we were created for. When we are not following Him we do not have a clue as to which way we should go, or what we can accomplish. To live our Lives to the fullest, we must come to realize this and understand what it means to us.

The wonder of Gods creation lies in us. He created us in His image with a will of our own. He predestined us to be with Him forever, but we have freewill and it is our choice where we spend eternity. God will not force Himself on us. The Angels are a wonder of God as well, But they are not given freewill, they were created to serve God and there is no desire to do anything else. From the beginning of creation only one angel has rebelled against God and that was Lucifer whom we now know as Satan.

How it is that Satan had the ability to rebel, and create the havoc that He has created in God's kingdom. Lucifer was God's favorite, now whether or not God gave him special privileges or not we won't know till we reach Heaven and can ask Him that question. Was Lucifer closer to man in his creation than the other angels, Or was he a totally different class of angel, that God had invested more into.

There were emotions that flowed through Lucifer, we know that because it was vanity that caused him to believe that he was at least an omnipotent as God or in his eyes I believe he thought he could do a better job than God. However, the vanity itself precluded that possibility.

The possibilities are enormous and I am curious as to what was really going on with Lucifer. But I will never know for sure Until I can set down at the feet of Jesus and hear Him tell me the story. At least with Him I know there will be no life interupted.


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      Becky Jo Gibson 6 years ago from Old Town, California

      My life has become such an inspiring place since I saw the light of the Lord. Thank you for your testimony...God is awesome all the time...

      Be blessed,

      Becky Jo aka Inspired Hippy

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      Valerie P Brown 6 years ago from Jacksonville, FL


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      Tammy 6 years ago from USA

      I have to agree. I think Satan let his vanity get the best of him, convencing himself that he could be a better god. His selfish crave for power was his downfall. Terrific hub! I enjoyed reading it. Thanks!

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      Valerie P Brown 6 years ago from Jacksonville, FL

      Thanks, glad you enjoyed it.

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      Jo_Goldsmith11 6 years ago

      I think Lucifer's ego got the better of him. From my understanding, God deeply cared for him and then he became a Judas. I am looking forward to a hug from God, as soon as I get there. This is the first task I wish to do, if it's possible. Just give a big hug, and tell him thank you! and then praise him for all eternity! :) Great hub, voted up! :)