In Jesus' name shout this ancient Christian prayer:
"GOD DAMN THE DEVIL AND HIS DEMONS
Start your morning prayer by giving thanks to the
Lord Jesus for a new day to come closer to Him. Claim the promise:
"As my day, so shall my rest be". Put on the Whole Armor of God!
Then attack Satan! Why? Because he is trying to kill your soul for
Ephesians 6:12 "For we wrestle not against
flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against
the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual
wickedness in high places. ."
Jesus told us to: "Resist the Devil and he will flee from you!" How
do you resist the devil? You start each day recognizing that Satan
is real and that "He that is in you (Jesus) is greater then He
(Satan) who is in the world!".
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Satan was among the highest of all
angels and the "brightest in the sky." His pride
is considered a reason why he would not bow to
God as all other angels did, but sought to rule
The popularly held beliefs that Satan was once a
prideful angel who eventually rebels against
God, however, are barely portrayed explicitly in
the Bible and are mostly based on inference.
Moreover, in mainstream Christianity he is
called "the ruler of the demons" (Matt. 12:24),
"the ruler of the world" and even "the god of
this world." (2 Cor. 4:4). The Book of
Revelation describes how Satan will be cast out
of Heaven, down to the earth, having "great
anger" and waging war against "those who obey
God's commandments and hold to the testimony of
Jesus". Ultimately, Satan is thrown into the
"lake of fire" (Revelation 20:10), not as ruler,
but as one among many, being tormented day and
night for all eternity.
St Michael binding Satan
In other, non-mainstream, Christian beliefs
(e.g. the beliefs of the Christadelphians) the
word "satan" in the Bible is not regarded as
referring to a supernatural, personal being but
to any 'adversary' and figuratively refers to
human sin and temptation. In mainstream
Christianity's understanding of the holy Hebrew
scriptures, the Torah, Satan is a synonym for
the Devil. For most Christians, he is believed
to be an angel who rebelled against God— and
also the one who spoke through the serpent and
seduced Eve into disobeying God's command.
Christianity, terms that are synonymous with 'Satan'
* The most common English synonym for
'Satan' is 'Devil', which descends from Middle English
devel, from Old English dēofol, that in turn represents
an early Germanic borrowing of Latin diabolus (also the
source of 'diabolical'). This in turn was borrowed from
Greek diabolos "slanderer," from diaballein "to
slander": dia- "across, through" + ballein "to hurl." In
the New Testament, 'Satan' occurs more than thirty times
in passages alongside Diabolos (Greek for "the devil"),
referring to the same person or thing as Satan.
* Lucifer is sometimes used in Christian theology to
refer to Satan, as a result of identifying the fallen
"son of the dawn" of Isaiah 14:12 with the "accuser" of
other passages in the Old Testament.
* Beelzebub is originally the name of a Philistine god
(more specifically a certain type of Baal, from Ba‘al
Zebûb, lit. "Lord of Flies") but is also used in the New
Testament as a synonym for Satan. A corrupted version, "Belzeboub,"
appears in The Divine Comedy.
* Satan is identified as the serpent who convinced Eve
to eat the forbidden fruit; thus, Satan has often been
depicted as a serpent. This interpretation goes back at
least as far as the time of the writing of the book of
Revelation, which specifically identifies Satan as being
the serpent (Rev. 20:2).
* "The dragon" and "the old serpent" in the Book of
Revelation 12:9, 20:2 have also been identified with
Satan, as have "the prince of this world" in the Book of
John 12:31, 14:30; "the prince of the power of the air"
also called Meririm, and "the spirit that now worketh in
the children of disobedience" in the Book of Ephesians
2:2; and "the god of this world" in 2 Corinthians 4:4.
* Leviathan is described as "that crooked serpent,"
which is also used to describe Satan in Revelation 12:9.
'Sar ha Olam,' a possible name for Metatron, is
described as Satan by Michael, Jehoel and St. Paul.
His ultimate goal is to lead people away from the love
of God — to lead them to fallacies which God opposes.
Satan is also identified as the accuser of Job, the
tempter in the Gospels, the secret power of lawlessness
in 2 Thessalonians 2:7, and the dragon in the Book of
Revelation. Before his insurrection,
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Ephesians 6:12 King James
For we wrestle not against flesh
and blood, but against
principalities, against powers,
against the rulers of the
darkness of this world, against
spiritual wickedness in high
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