Thinking Generationally — The Book of Revelation — 1 Comment

  1. What I now say will not tickles the ears but we carries the ‘throne of Satan’ inside us until it is replaced with the Spirit of Christ.
    We are the fallen ones who God ‘dressed in skin’ and the ones whom will be -together with Christ- risen again.
    Therefore Jesus said to those who could not cast out demons “Satan can not cast out Satan”

    Saul is the ‘picture’ of Satan who is the enemy of God and is defeated by Christ inside himself.
    Therefore, on the way to Damascus, the others did not hear the voice which came from ‘heaven’ to Saul because the same way God speaks to us from inside, the same way he spoke to Saul, inside him. Then Saul was blind “three days”, the third day which is the day of resurrection from (spiritual) death.

    “the (fallen) angels which kept not their first estate , but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day.  Jude 1:6

    “I did write to you, fathers, because ye have known him who is from the beginning; I did write to you, young men, because ye are strong, and the Word of God in you doth remain, and (therefore) ye have (the same way Christ overcome Satan in the flesh) overcome the evil (one in you)” 1 John 2:14

    The evil one lives inside us, therefore all our flesh must die for to be totally obedient to God’s Spirit and law.  The understanding of this will help the motivation to kill the ‘self’ and surrender one’s whole being to God and quickly
    come into the right position in Christ.