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LuciferŐs Fall

Isaiah 14:3-27


There is in this world a great, ever-increasing conflict between wickedness and righteousness, between light and darkness, between good and evil. I see it in my own heart. — ŇThe flesh lusteth against the Spirit and the Spirit against the flesh.Ó And I see this conflict in the world around me. If you study the pages of human history, you can see this great conflict throughout the ages. I am not talking now about physical wars, though wars among men are the results of this great conflict. I am talking about something far more devastating than any war between men and nations. I am talking about a spiritual warfare, the warfare between the God of light and the prince of darkness, between Christ and Satan.

      Sometime after God had created the heavens and the earth, sometime after he had created the angelic hosts in their order, but before he created man upon the earth in his image and after his likeness, the anointed cherub, whom God had made to rule over the earth to serve his elect (Hebrews 1:14), rebelled against God, and the warfare began. SatanŐs fall is spoken of by GodŐs prophet Isaiah and again in the 28th chapter of EzekielŐs prophecy (Ezekiel 28:11-19). Like Ezekiel, GodŐs prophet Isaiah uses the imagery of a mighty king to describe SatanŐs rebellion and fall.







Don Fortner








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