God created Lucifer to be one of His archangels. Freedom is the choice between good and evil. The man gained his freedom through the so-called “original sin” when he did not obey God’s command and ate from the stopped tree of knowledge of good and evil. As a result, God sentenced him to death. So why did God create Lucifer?
Lucifer is a “fallen angel.” Lucifer remained an important figure and an example in the world of artists, Masons, and other rebel groups.
, Angels who didn’t keep their first domain but deserted their dwelling place, he has kept in everlasting bonds under darkness for the judgment of the great day.”(Judah 1:6)
What is the origin of Satan?
The origin of Satan is found in the garden of Eden. In the Zoroastrian religion, one of the world’s first religions, the supreme goddess Ormazd has created two entities, one destructive named Ariman and his twin brother Spenta Mainyu. Says Abner Weiss, psychologist and patient synagogue in Westwood Village, Los Angeles.
Satan was not a prominent figure in the Jewish religion. But let’s find out why did God create Lucifer.
The Book of Job
Goodness appears only in the Book of Job. The Book describes when a rebel angel asks God if a man named Job will still believe in him after he loses everything. God accepts the challenge and takes the wealth and the family to Job. But in Judaism, the Devil had little power and was not a personified character,” Weiss said.
The Devil became an essential part of the Jewish sects during the common era when Yaisuah was born, added Weiss. It also brings up that negative divinity has never had as much power as positive divinity.
The word of the Lord came to me: “Son of man, take up a lament concerning the king of Tyre and say to him: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says:
Representation of Lucifer’s beauty
“‘You were the seal of perfection,
full of wisdom and perfect in beauty.
You were in Eden,
the garden of God.
Every precious stone adorned you:
carnelian, chrysolite, and emerald,
topaz, onyx, and jasper,
lapis lazuli, turquoise and beryl.
On the day you were created, they were prepared.
You were anointed as a guardian cherub,
for so I ordained you.
You were blameless in your ways
from the day you were created
till wickedness was found in you.
Through your widespread trade
you were filled with violence,
and you sinned.
I drove you in disgrace from the mount of God,
and I expelled you, guardian cherub,
from among the fiery stones.
Your heart became proud
because of your beauty,
and you corrupted your wisdom
because of your splendor.
So I threw you to the earth;
I made a spectacle of you before kings.
By your many sins and dishonest trade,
you have desecrated your sanctuaries.
So I made a fire come out from you,
and it consumed you,
and I reduced you to ashes on the ground
in the sight of all who were watching.
All the nations who knew you
are appalled at you;
you have come to a horrible end
and will be no more.’” (Ezekiel 28:11-19)
Did God create the Devil or not?
Why did God create Lucifer, the evil being, if it was this way? God did not create evil. Theologists claim that God did not make the Devil, but He made the angel that became the symbol of sin through his elections.
Over time, people wonder whether God created the Devil. The advent of the Devil in the world was created by the rampant use of liberty by the angels of God. Why did God create Lucifer?
Among the first information in the Scripture is that concerning God’s creation of the world. We find that he first made the “heaven and earth” of nothing from this. Theologists say that “the sky” is the invisible world of angels. We also learn from the Bible that some angels have become devils.
“God made heaven and earth at first,” this is the first sentence in the Bible to report that God created the world out of nothing. By “heaven,” theologists understand the world of angels, the unseen world, to which they devote teaching in dogmas. Angels are spirit beings, that is, spiritual beings without flesh, endowed with minds, will, and power. However, some of the angels “fell” into the symbol of evil, known as “demons,” “devils,” and “Satan.”
Where does Lucifer’s source of evilness come from?
From his liberty, having his own free life, and through his freedom, he can remain with God or alienate from and against him. Michael was an angel and remained near God forever. Lucifer was an angel and fell out of his step. Thus the Devil has malice through free choice, but his character is not the opposite of good.”
The Christian explanation of why God created Lucifer and the evil in freedom is the only one that does not link the evil to the essence of reality, the eternal Truth, or the one created by God, taking sin seriously. And it is the only one who saves the very existence of freedom in the reality of existence.
Who has twisted his mind?
Lucifer himself has been feeding thoughts and cunts that led him to fall. But who has twisted Lucifer’s mind? Then there were no demons to tempt Lucifer, so who drew him? Did God tempt him? No. God is not tempting.
But each one is tempted when he is attracted to his own will and lured. Then, when he came, he rested sin; once done, sin brings death. (Jacob 1:14-15)
What does Bible say about THE FALLEN ANGEL?
The Bible refers directly to Lucifer in Isaiah:
- “How did you fall from heaven, bright star (Lucifer) morning! You who said in your mind: Lift me in heaven, and above the stars of the mighty God, I will lay my chair! In the holy mountain, I will put my place in the basals of the north side. “I’ll be up above the clouds and like the High.” And now, you are poking in hell, in the lowest deep” (Isaiah 14, 12-15).
Enjoy the heavens and those who live in them. Woe to you, the earth, and the sea, for the Devil, descended to you with great anger, for he knows that his time is short.” (Revelation 12, 7-12).
The Devil is very thirsty after worship.
The proof that Devil did not change is that he asked the Son of God to worship him:
The Devil then took Him to a very high mountain, showed Him all the kings of the world and their glitter, and said, “and he said, “I will give it to you if you throw yourself on the ground and worship me.” (Matthew 4:8-9)
We men can commit sins and, through the sacrifice of Christ, be saved. No other being has this privilege.
We are made of the land, but the angels are made of more robust material (Hebrews 1:7); they are in a world where they see God; they have no mortal doubts and doubts as we are; there is the world of Truth.
Lucifer’s fall was not an accident, but he wanted to rebel against God. Moreover, the Bible also says that to people, Jesus gave forgiveness, not to angels, that Jesus had come to the world for the help of men, not angels.
But because God is good, he shows us in the Book of Revelation that the Devil is not indicated to him that he has the power to put him in prison:
- Then I saw an angel descend from the sky, holding the key of the Darkness and a great chain. He laid his hand on the dragon, the old snake, the Devil, and Satan and tied them for a thousand years.
He threw it deep, closed it there, and sealed the entrance above him(…) (Revelation 20:1-8)
God knows when Satan’s clock will come.
He now has until the execution of the sentence (Revelation 12:12). When someone is sentenced, there is a period of freedom for being sentenced, usually for being released from a place in prison. And the Devil, during all this time, was prepared the place of punishment (Matthew 25:41). And the sentence was given when Christ was not seen before, that is, he was exalted. He explains to the disciples what will happen when He rises: He will send His Spirit, and the Devil will receive his sentence.
How Lucifer’s story will end?
This conflict has a beginning, and God will put an end to it.
And the Devil, who cheated him, was thrown into the fire pond and the rib. (Revelation 20:10)
Pucioasa is the popular name for sulfur, and the pond is synonymous with the lake. In addition to the continual torment of the burn, the Devil will be ashamed and have no power, and those of hell will tell him: Everyone took the floor to say to you: “You have become powerless like us, and you have become like us!” I look at you carefully and say, “is this one who made the earth tremble and the wrathed kings, who prey the world in the wilderness, destroyed the cities?” (Isaiah 14:10, 16-17).
|Full name:||Lucifer the Brightest Star|
|Place of birth:||Heaven|
|Father's name:||Satan, the biggest enemy of Christ|
|Physical appearance:||the seal of perfection,
full of wisdom and perfect in beauty