Who or What Let Satan In to The Garden of Eden?
If the Garden of Eden is the safest place on Earth and is guarded by angels, how did Satan get inside the garden? Did someone let him in?
Very good question. One I have often wondered. When God expelled Satan and his angels out of heaven (after they lost the war), they were cast down to Earth, not hell. (They won't be in hell until after the White Throne Judgement.) There, on earth, Satan roamed and I guess at that point there was no gate locking beings out of the garden. A guarding angel was only put there after the fall.
good churchy answer but scripture says Jde 1:6 And the angels who did not keep their proper domain, but left their own abode, He has reserved in everlasting chains under darkness for the judgment of the great day;-- adam set him free by disobeying
There are some angels chained beneath the earth but they are not in hell. God is going to let them out eventually.
ALL fallen are in hell (gehenna)- the place of the departed dead. Churches usually teach incorrectly hell is NOT the lake of fire. I believe scripture not man it says they are in hell untl the judgement, when all the dead will rise to be judged.
The scriptures say nothing about it being the "safest place on earth and guarded by angels"
Yes God created him in the garden with all the rest of creation. Man was not to know of the knowledge of good and evil ( satan's realm) and if adam had not disobeyed God, man would never have known there was satan and he would have remained bound, but adam's disobedience set satan free and brought the curse.
The false story of rebellion by satan, being an angel and him and other angels being kicked out of heaven is a "church of men" lie and is not true. Any and all angels that" LEFT THEIR PROPER ABODE" or were cast out ARE IN DARKNESS (HELL), in chains, until the judgement.
Jde 1:6 And the angels who did not keep their proper domain, but left their own abode, He has reserved in everlasting chains under darkness for the judgment of the great day;
2Pe 2:4 For if God did not spare the angels who sinned, but cast them down to hell and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved for judgment;
just another reason no one should believe anything until they study it out for them selves and fully understand what SCRIPTURE actually says.
You simply cannot trust the fables and man made stories parroted in the "church system". You need to have the confirmation of the Holy Spirit as you study for yourself so you know you have the truth of scripture.
First of all, the Bible was written by Kabbalists in code. So many interpretations are junk, because they are not based on the code with which the Pentateuch was written.
God created us all, including Satan. And Satan was an angel of God meant to oppose or to test.
The symbols of the Bible have other meanings. The physical stories are unimportant. The spiritual template is crucial.
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