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The Mystery of Iniquity and the Mystery of Godliness — 4 Comments

  1. We have questions about comments regarding Lucifer. The commentary says that Lucifer was a created being. It would follow then, that all the angels were created beings. We have no concept of time, so when Lucifer conceived the sin in his heart, we may wonder how long it had been before there was dissention among the angels, assuming that our creation is relevant? Mysteries can trigger many questions in our finite minds. We may have questions about Heaven in relation to the unknown and never have the ability to find out.

    • Rather than speculating on the issues of time, we should accept that sin at some stage became part of our existence. The origin of sin is not described in detail in the Bible. I always have the feeling that the battle in heaven was much more a "close fought battle" than we even imagine. We have only been given an essential summary of what happened.

      The fact is that sin entered, and we are subject to its consequences; but Jesus has offered us a way out.

  2. Amen!! Thank you William, I was in awe and gobsmacked with such a profound explanation of the mystery of eniquity and godliness. I’m so blessed to be enlightened in God’s Holy scriptures of Truth. Thank you again so much for helping me understand His Word.

  3. Thank you William. In 1 Corinthians 15:22-28 we have hope, verse 26 states that "the last enemy that shall be destroyed is death" Sin is death and, an enemy of God which he will destroy. Therefore, there will never be another fall as all beings would have given their "will" to Christ by choosing God over satan and allowing him to renew and transform our mind that it can no more conform to satan's way. Peace in Heaven "good will" to all.

    My thoughts.


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