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The Enemy Of Our Soul is The Devil

Satan was made to be perfect. Although he was magnificent angel in heaven, he was not content. He gloried in his beauty and brightness, but it wasn’t enough for him. He aspired to supremacy. He coveted the honor and glory that belongs to God alone. So Lucifer began to sow a spirit of deception and discontent among the angels that were under his command. Before long, this discontent blossomed into open revolt.

Because of his rebellion, Satan was kicked out of heaven. He was no longer Lucifer (the morning star), instead becoming Satan, which means “the accuser” or “the adversary.” The Bible gives us a number of designation and names for the fallen Lucifer, such as the following:

·         The prince of the power of the air (Ephesians 2:2)

·         The ruler of the demons (Matthew 12:24)

·         King over the demons in the bottomless pit (Revelation 9:11)

·         The ruler of this world who is already judged. (John 16:11)

·         Th god of this age (2 Corinthians 4:4)

·         The serpent (2 Corinthians 11:3)

·         A great…dragon (Revelation 12:3)

·         The enemy (Matthew 13:39)

·         The tempter (Matthew 4:3)

·         A false angel of light (2 Corinthians 11:14)

·         The accuser of our brethren (Revelation 12:10)

·         The Devil and Satan (Revelation 12:9)

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