Why doesn’t God K.O. the Devil?

boxingby Billy Roper

Is God all powerful, or not? If so, why do bad things happen to good people? Why do little babies suffer? Is God all-knowing? If so, why would He create beings, human and angelic, whom He knew beforehand would rebel against His will, and against His rule?

If God is all powerful, then why does He not just destroy Satan and all the evil, rebellious angels, and be done with it? If He is NOT all powerful, then what is the nature of His nature, and His relationship with the angels? “Let us make mankind in our image, after our likeness…” (Genesis 1:26) After all, we also know from Genesis that the angels are, or were, literally able to interbreed with humans, creating viable offspring. (Genesis 6: 1-5)

Obviously, contrary to the false dichotomy often taught in mainstream Judeo-Christian churches, God and the Devil are not equal adversaries, locked in an eternal battle of good against evil. We know that God originally created the Devil, as one of his angels. Lucifer was a higher angel, the Son of the Morning Star, the bringer of light, but he was never God’s equal. He, like the other angels, and like us, was one of God’s creations. After we were created, he became jealous of God’s favoritism towards us, and preference of us, over himself and the angels. Apparently, about a third of them agreed with Lucifer enough to follow him into a revolt.

Originally, American patriots didn’t want independence from the British King. They considered themselves loyal subjects, who just wanted him to listen to them. They wanted him to love them back. Couched in those terms, perhaps we can understand the motivations of Lucifer. How many of us have seen an older child resent a newborn baby, in a case of bad sibling rivalry? It appears that reaction isn’t just human nature, it’s the nature of all. It’s a downhill slide from there, and things go further and further off the rails into hatred and mutual enmity.

It first got mortal when Lucifer’s son Cain killed Adam’s son Abel, and it hasn’t gotten any nicer, since. Now, Lucifer is determined to ruin God’s covenant with His chosen people, His favorite humans, (Whites who are descended from the Biblical Israelites) by making them miscegenate with other, pre-Adamic nonWhite peoples into no longer being, well, the people with whom God made His covenant. Our job, fighting against evil on God’s side, is to forestall that happening, of course.

That may explain Lucifer’s motivation, but what about God’s?

Remember the bet God made with Lucifer in the book of Job, when Lucifer could still go back and forth from Heaven to Earth? Their relationship was deteriorating, and getting antagonistic, there, but it hadn’t yet turned into outright rebellion. Lucifer was in an angsty teenage phase of existence. But, what does their interaction in Job tell us about their relationship? That it’s a game. And we’re pawns. Are we big enough to accept our smallness, and embrace that?

I believe that God is all-powerful. I believe that God is all-knowing. I believe that God is the creator of the universe. I also believe that such a being, surpassing time and space, might and could create universes, galaxies, solar systems, worlds, and species with which to entertain himself. I also believe that, just as an ant, or a microscopic virus, cannot judge human morality or ethics, neither can we judge God’s actions based on human morality or ethics. I do not believe in egalitarian equality between individuals, between races, or between species. I certainly don’t believe in egalitarian equality between ourselves and God. Therefore, we are not a jury of His peers. We cannot perceive as He does. Painful and lonely as it may be to accept, He is too far above our understanding, for us to comprehend, much less assess.

Why does God not just knock out the Devil, instead of letting the match go extra rounds? It’s His arena, His ring, and His match. He calls the shots. Who are we to say that He can’t play with his opponent, like a cat with a mouse? Our job is just to make sure that when He gives that rope-a-dope, we’re there in the right corner for the ten-count.

Don’t throw in the towel, just because you don’t know the game-plan.

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A devout Dual Seedline Christian Identists, Pastor Paul R. Mullet has made it his mission to bring forth a Christian Identity, and White Nationalism unification. Thru his website divine-truth.org, he and his partners in Yahshua the Messiah, have found common ground in combating jewdeo-Christianity, and have formed a new battle axe for Yahshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ). Pastor Paul R. Mullet is considered by some within the Dual Seedline Christian Identity Theology as a very powerful speaker and writer, a fast moving up and comer. His tireless devotion to his family, farm, faith and kinsmen are clearly heard within his sermons and writings. He lives with his wife and two children, on a modest hobby farm in southern Ohio, some would say the border of what will be the New America for the white race.

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A devout Dual Seedline Christian Identists, Pastor Paul R. Mullet has made it his mission to bring forth a Christian Identity, and White Nationalism unification. Thru his website divine-truth.org, he and his partners in Yahshua the Messiah, have found common ground in combating jewdeo-Christianity, and have formed a new battle axe for Yahshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ). Pastor Paul R. Mullet is considered by some within the Dual Seedline Christian Identity Theology as a very powerful speaker and writer, a fast moving up and comer. His tireless devotion to his family, farm, faith and kinsmen are clearly heard within his sermons and writings. He lives with his wife and two children, on a modest hobby farm in southern Ohio, some would say the border of what will be the New America for the white race.

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2 thoughts on “Why doesn’t God K.O. the Devil?

  • December 1, 2016 at 10:14 pm
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    I’ve always thought Satan makes the most sense if viewed as God’s loyal servant. Each Angel has a specific office: Azrael, the Angel of Death; Gabriel, God’s Messenger who delivers the Scripture to the Prophets; Michael, the General in command of God’s host of angels, and so forth. Lucifer I identify as the Angel of Covering. Satan has been described by some as the Lord of the Earth; and it has also been said that “all flesh is sin”. Now if God is the Truth and the Light, Satan is Falsehood and Darkness. That doesn’t mean he’s God’s equal opposite; a sun casts light, but a tree standing in the way of that light casts shadow… yet the Sun is still far greater than that tree. Similarly, God emits all truth and light. Satan, as Lord of the physical world, sets up objects to block that truth and light. Here, in our physical, corporeal incarnation, our souls are locked up in flesh bodies, including our heads which house our brains. In the darkness within our heads, our brains can do two very interesting things: KEEP SECRETS and TELL LIES.

    But on the Last Day when we are summoned to Judgement, all physical matter is destroyed – the Earth, and our flesh bodies. We are then naked souls in the full light of God and his Truth. No longer do we have the dark places inside our heads in which we can keep secrets and tell lies. On this day all truths are known and all secrets revealed.

    Revelation 6:14 And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.
    Revelation 6:15 And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains;
    Revelation 6:16 And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb:
    Revelation 6:17 For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?

    No place to run; no place to hide; God right there, and all unable to look away or avoid seeing or being seen.

    Satan’s appointed domain will then have ended; this world of illusion completely swept aside and replaced by the world of bare reality.

    In the meantime, before the arrival of that terrible day, we are immersed in this physical world of illusion, granted free will and the ability to tell lies and keep secrets. We can choose to be materialists and fall in love with the bounty of Satan’s world, or we can choose to prepare ourselves from the meeting of the last day.

    Now, the point here is that Satan, as far as I can tell, is simply doing his job; creating and maintaining the physical world which tests us by distancing our perceptions from direct experience of God. He provides the temptations which we can choose to indulge in or not indulge in. I suppose Satan is just as capable as any mortal man of falling from God’s graces, yet surely he is also in a position to appreciate the brevity of this physical world’s existence, and the inevitability of finally being summoned to the meeting of the last day.

    So is Satan necessarily a sinner himself, or merely the one who by appointment orchestrates the world of sin for all the free-willed souls who inhabit it?

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  • December 2, 2016 at 1:41 pm
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    Great subject! Two of very best books on Predestination & God’s Soveriegnty- Predestination by Lorraine Boetner (a man) & The Soveriegnty of God by Arthur W. Pink (esp second half of book!).Both very xlnt, Biblical, & knowledgeable books! Written by “old time” scholars!!✝

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