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June 25, 2011 Why did God allow Satan’s rebellion to continue?

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MAP the answer to your question is very important and Mr. Gary Stearman of www.prophecyinthenews.com has done a good job of explaining it in his articles about Satan’s fall.

http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/june2011/map625.htm

In a nut shell rebellion against God, stated by Satan must run its course and as it ran its course already with the angelic creation it must also do with the human creation.

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June 25, 2011 at 12:16 pm

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  1. I also believe that since God had already decided to have a certain number of children, He was not about to give in to Satan who already knew that he was doomed and was hoping to at least destroy God’s plan in vengence. You see since Adam and Eve handed over their authority to Satan willingly not through threats. If God were to destroy Satan He would have to destroy them as well. So untill the numbers of the Gentiles is complete which I think has already happened, God allowed the Redemption plan through Jesus to complete and brought in the required number of believers both Old Testament and New. Now He is harvesting extras. God does not give in to blackmail or human shield methods which Satan tried to employ.

    Pamela

    June 25, 2011 at 2:52 pm


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