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Reply Topic: Re: Satan's Fate
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[quote="chloebess" post=5214]I guess I see Satan as a spirit but not in same sense as the Holy Spirit, in that he is limited in space and time but not with a body. Not sure i can document where I get that from right now. Immortality to me must only exist if the immortal being is self-sustaining, therefore it can only be God. Even Jesus died (and that is a tough one for me to understand). And we are only eternal if pardoned by God and sustained by Him (tree of life sort of thing). Satan's make up and existence seems to be a key for many Christians, since they believe he is a spirit that cannot be killed, that God created him to love forever, as all of the angels. If this thought can be defeated then it puts a damper on the entire "hell thing." Has anyone you know of put some time in on this subject? I'd like to be able to nail down Satan's being, and be able to prove he will be killed, not just chained somewhere for eternity. Revelation seems to say he will be in the lake of fire forever (which in his case I am uncertain what that means - knowing aion takes on the time of who it refers to) and if Satan was created eternal then he may be in the "lake" forever," and that sort of thing.[/quote]
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