The Truth of Genesis: An Attack Against Christians and Jews – Part 1, The Origin of Satan!
Having success with the lower forms of life, Lucifer began to escalate up to higher forms of life in the seas, out of the sight of original mankind. However, it began to come to the attention of God, who soon told Lucifer to stop. Coming to the conclusion that he could not have his way as long as God had control, Lucifer began to devise a plan to overthrow God. He knew that he could not conquer Heaven by himself, so he asked God to allow him to visit the supervising cherubs in the other creations (universes) to “learn from them”. What he had in mind was to see how many he could recruit to side with him in his attempt to overthrow the Creator.
Therefore, do not think that Lucifer went to each angel in Heaven, under God’s nose, to try to gain support, because he had nothing to offer them which they didn’t already have. But when offering the administrative angels the opportunity to have absolute rule over their provinces, without ever again having to report back to Heaven, a third of the cherubs agreed to side with Lucifer, and planned to rendezvous in Heaven at a predetermined time, and engage in a “surprise attack”. Even though Lucifer knew that his forces were outnumbered, two to one, he also knew that his cherubs were more powerful than the angels in Heaven.
How does one angel fight against another?
What weapons (if any) would be used?
One angel cannot “kill” another, because in the supernatural realm, there is no physical death.
So does the fight continue until one cries out “uncle”?
God (Yehovah) knew the extra-celestial Civil War was coming, and had prepared His angels. It is not known how long the war lasted. It could have been days, centuries, or even several millenniums. But the war ended in defeat for Lucifer and his cherubs, in 245 Million BC. The defeated cherubs were bound in chains of darkness, and will be judged (2 Peter 2:4, Jude 6), by the saints of Yeshua (1 Corinthians 6:3) during the White Throne Judgment. After those angels are judged, then come the demons, and finally all the rest of mankind will be judged, both modern and prehistoric. Then, those saints which are deemed worthy, shall rule where those cherubs once presided (Matt 25:21-23), and the rest of the saints will live in the New Jerusalem.
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