Satan was not let go, he and 1/3 of the angels who rebelled against God were cast out of Heaven.
His final doom in the lake of fire is promised by God and God cannot lie.
yes and god shoves satan in places where no devil should go
This was to let Pharaoh know god was more powerful then him. and it would be wise to let the Hebrew people go from Egypt.
where do found let go and let god in the bible
No. Jesus is God. This is evidenced in the verses John 10:30-33 "I and the Father are one." The Jews picked up stones again to stone Him. Jesus answered them, "I showed you many good works from the Father; for which of them are you stoning Me?" The Jews answered Him, "For a good work we do not stone You, but for blasphemy; and because You, being a man, make Yourself out to be God." Then the question might arise if Satan is as powerful as God. See these verses Job 1:12 Then the LORD said to Satan, "Behold, all that he has is in your power, only do not put forth your hand on him." So Satan departed from the presence of the LORD. and also Job 2:6 So the LORD said to Satan, "Behold, he is in your power, only spare his life." God sets boundaries for Satan, and Satan couldn't go beyond those boundaries.
To let go and let God simply means giving up self in order to get were God is trying to take you. Letting God take control of ones Life.We should let anyproblem go and let god provide us with the things we need.Basicaly, that's what i see.
AnswerIf we believe in Satan, we should read the Book of Job, which contains more about Satan than any other biblical source. In Job, Satan was the loyal assistant of God, who gave him a challenge to prove that Job was unrighteous. God said that Satan could do whatever evil he wished, as long as he did not hurt the person of Job. When this challenge failed, God gave Satan a further challenge in which he could even hurt the person of Job. If this story is literally true, then God interacts in a friendly way with Satan, giving him tasks and advice, and is responsible for the evil that Satan does.
Ask for forgiveness from God.
no. God is the father of jesus christ and soon the trumpets will sound from heaven and all the christians who are love God will go to heaven the rest will go with satan
he sent moses to let his people go
Hades and Satan have no similarities. Hades is the God of the Underworld, the dead, and riches. ALL souls go to him when they die; good and bad. In Christianity Satan is the ruler of all that is evil, and bad souls 'sinners' go to him when they die.
So we go to heavan and Satan doesnt eat our brains :OOO
Firstly just because you believe in God or Jesus does not mean you will go to heaven. Even Satan believes in God. To go to heaven you'll need to have faith in God and Jesus, and live their way.
It is not have an end...never! they are both the same,you cannot think or believe only in one of them...Light and Darkness is our insticts!!! According to Jesus and the Christian Scriptures, Satan is ever present, trying to turn us away from God. Therefore we must be continually on guard. The Scriptures also tell us that our bodies are 'temples of the Holy Spirt ' the third person of the Holy Trinity' who is God. So it may be concluded that God fights Satan constantly through us. God doesn't really battle against Satan per se. As a created being, Satan is subservient to God just as we are. Like many of us, Satan choses not to follow God or to obey Him. Satan strives to hurt God but cannot do so, so Satan goes after those who are born-again members of God's family. Believers battle against Satan using the spiritual tools given by God. At the end of Satan's career there will be "battle in heaven" with God's holy angels doing battle against Satan and the fallen angels. Satan will be cast out of heaven and his sphere will be limited to earth. These are called the end times. At Christ's second coming Satan will be bound by an angel and cast into a pit for a thousand years. After this time Satan will be set free for a short time and then be cast by Christ into the Lake of Fire for eternity. I guess it's fair to say that God battles Satan through believers and through His angels. God could eliminate Satan at any time of His choosing, but He allows Satan to go about his disobedience to a degree. Satan can do only as much as God allows. Look at Job chapter 1 for a good example.
you are going from difficulties. you are gonna die soon. go and pray in front of god.
The short answer is that Satan does not believe he is going to hell, by opposing God he wrongly believes he can avoid that fate. satan use to be in hevan but he fallen angle and he want to go to hell because god said do that job and say no.... that CARZY
GOD is the GOD of All. GOD chose for Jesus to be the Christ because Jesus is the only one of GOD's angels that has Never sinned in Heaven!The devil/Satan was kicked out of Heaven, alone with it's followers, when they dreamed they could somehow get rid go GOD! And could Not.Since Jesus went back to Heaven and sits beside GOD run Heaven. GOD has given Jesus certain things to do. While GOD is spending more time with answering prayers.
Who tempted David to number Israel?God 2 Samuel 24:1 And the anger of the Lord was kindled against Israel, and he moved David against them to say, Go number Israel and Judah. 1 Chronicles 21:1Satan1 Chronicles 21:1 And Satan stood up against Israel and provoked David to number IsraelAnswerThe Jews in the Old Testament understood that evil is from God, but Satan is allowed by God to tempt us. So that is why the verses above in this answer SEEM contradictory. They were expressing both views. The tempation from Satan and the fact that God had to allow that temptation. James 1:13 says "Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man:" The Bible words for "tempted" also can mean "tested" in the Greek and Hebrew. So God DOES test us, but He does not TEMPT us to do evil.
God sent Plagues.
The book is the book of Job-pronounce"Joeb/johb" and "job" like as to where one works. in the book of Job it tells a story of a man, and in this story the Adversary,"Satan/devil" whatever one wants to call him, is talking to God and God tells the adversary to look at his servant Job, a good and righteous man of great wealth and prosperity, but Satan says that if he (Satan) can tempt Job or hurt him some how that he could get Job to curse god, so God says to Satan, go ahead. BUT you can not TAKE Job's life, so Satan takes all of job's wealth, his herds of live stock, all his wealth, everything but his wife and job stays true! At that point it is obvious that God won and Job passed this test, but then the adversary says to god, yeah ok but if you would let me inflict physical harm he would definitely curse you, so god says go ahead. This time Satan inflicts him with boils all over his body and all kinds of nastiness. Even Job's wife says, "just curse God so you can die" but Job refused to curse God.
no, because he or she is a member of satan family In other words, they will go wherever Satan will go, which is Hell.
As I am a christian I would go to Jesus and god for it.Answer:If you are going to use God as the butt of a joke, then you may as well just pray to Satan. There is no god but the One God. And He is not the butt of any jokes. He is the Creator of the heavens and the earth.
because he wanted to be godAnother answer:There's nothing wrong with asking Jehovah God questions. That's how we learn. But Satan didn't just ask a question 'to learn'. So let's call this what it really is. Let's rephrase what the question really is: -- Why did Satan CHALLENGE God? See how the tables turned. Let's call it what it is; -- it was a challenge; but even worse, it was an 'accusation', -- dressed-up in the form of a question. Sneaky little devil he was.Satan didn't come right out and call God 'stupid'. He didn't question God's intelligence. Satan questioned God's 'CHARACTER'; his MORAL Character.Why? -- Because that's what selfish beings do. They go around accusing others. He knew enough about God, to know that God wouldn't kill him right away. Not with this moral issue hanging over God. If God killed him right away; what would the other angels think? Someone down the line would wonder if Satan might have been right.But basically, Satan challenged God, because Satan developed 'selfishness'. He desired ' INDEPENDENCE' from God, and his requirements. He didn't want to be tied down to 'obeying' God any more. So he questioned; I mean: challenged -- the 'righteousness' of what God required of his creation.
god will tell yu
the devil himself was an arch angel until he challenged God because he wanted to have heaven as his own.Satan gathered other angels in heaven who felt the same as he did and challenged God to battle for heaven. God sent saint Michael and the rest of heavens angels to battle Satan and his "angels".saint Michael won the battle and drove Satan out of heaven and Satan fell down to hell along with all the "angels" that challenged God.