As stated earlier on in this series, the human race is not an experimental field by God in such that these circles of evil and death would continue perpetually. God has an ultimate agenda for the human race.

Man is to be made in God’s image and likeness, and that goal hasn’t changed. The human circle of being born into this world and being ready to die very soon with years of existence isn’t God’s ultimate goal in creating man and the planet earth.

One of the things that often shock me is our belief that the devil is solely responsible for death and the evils on the earth and that this said devil was once an angel of God that fought with God to dethrone Him, and God threw him down to earth.

But have we really asked ourselves these questions? Where do you really find this story of God throwing down the devil to mankind? Where is it stated that the devil was once an angel? If it is the story in Isa. 14, then you have your theology wrong. Go read it again and start from Chapter 13.

How could God have been able to throw down such a terrible minister who wanted to wrestle power from the Almighty God in heaven and He would decide to send him to His sons, mortal men who do not have an ounce of the power that He has as God to come and terrorize His weak creatures on the earth?

Did God not know that if He could not resist Satan in heaven, man would not be able to resist him and would be failing regularly? And this Satan would be killing His sons all the time in the ages of ages on the earth? Who do we really take God for people?

In Gen. 4:1-7 God could see sin and death coming to Cain and warned him ahead of time. How is it that, that same God would not know the consequences of sending this evil to mankind from heaven if this is our belief?

In Rev. 12 we read, “9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.”

We can see that the same person is described here with different names representing the various facets of his ministry and activities. But nowhere is he referred to as an angel but rather a beast. And so where can we really find the origin of this creature? Come with me to Gen. 3:1,

“Now the serpent was more subtil than ANY BEAST OF THE FIELD WHICH THE LORD GOD HAD MADE…”

Yes he was created a beast, made as a beast, fashioned as a beast, never an angel from day one by God. Our theory of the devil being an angel some time ago is flawed. It’s religiously made up; it’s not in the Bible. And what shocks me most is pastors push this narrative nonstop.

Somebody says what about 2Cor. 11: 13,

“For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.14 And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.”

The answer is right there before you, he pretends to be what he was not just like the false Apostle pretends to be a true Apostle but is not.

NIV 2Cor. 11:13, “For such men are false apostles, deceitful workmen, masquerading as apostles of Christ. 14 And no wonder, for Satan himself MASQUARADES as an angel of light.

NLT 2Cor. 11:14, “But I am not surprised! Even Satan DISGUISE himself as an angel of light.”

Can you see it? He was never an angel but pretending to be one. In fact, everything he does is in pretense. We just get unnecessarily afraid of him because of our projection of him. He is always a pretender and so a fake.

The Foundation Of The World.

Rev. 13:8, “And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.”

The word foundation has nothing to do with beginnings, so it’s not talking of the beginning of the world or the creation.

The word is = katabolh katabole, and it means “a deposition; i.e. founding.

When you say a ship was founded in the sea, you are actually saying it got stuck or grounded in shallow waters.

So essentially here we are talking about when the world got grounded from its original purposes. When sin was introduced to humanity God had already made provision for man’s redemption in Christ before the fall of man, not before creation came into existence.

Hence we read in Eph. 1:4,

“According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love.”

In other words we were chosen before the fall; i.e., before Adam fell in the garden, our choice of being God’s children had been made in Christ.
Meaning the devil, the beast never took God by surprise. Man already was saved before he ever fell in Adam. Therefore,

“…as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive,”1Cor. 15:22 KJV.

So friends God is not experimenting with mankind even with sin and death. He has a planned purpose, and He is achieving it.

To be continued…