Is the devil, lucifer and satan all one person or thing – quora electricity units to kwh

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In these writings, when Adam and Eve were kicked out of the Garden of Eden, an angel was stationed at the gate to make sure they could not get back in and eat of the tree of eternal life and mess things up since they had already eaten of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

These angels still exist. They are not separate from God. They are aspects of God, parts of God’s infinite body, that still do their one job – a most important job. This job is to make sure that we do not get more spiritual knowledge than we can handle. People think the world is screwed up today. However, it would be many, many times more screwed up if it was not for these spiritual testers.

The Head Tester has been called many names and had many images. Some call it the Devil, Satan, Beelzebub, Belial, Father of Lies, Old Serpent, Adversary, Power of Darkness, Tempter, Wicked One and the one I like the best of all – Lucifer. Lucifer is Latin for the Light Bringer or the Light Bearer.

Lucifer brings light into our spiritual journey when we need testing and spiritual lessons. Lucifer cannot do anything to us in which we do not agree to participate. We have to dance with the devil or the devil has no power over us. Lucifer cannot kill us. Lucifer can only scare us to death by making us THINK Lucifer can kill us.One simple way to think of the Head Tester is the following:

The moment we say, I have learned my lesson, this is the way I am going to be from now on, we have made a date with Lucifer. We can be on guard as much as we want. However, when we least expect it, we will turn a corner in our journey and Lucifer will be there waiting for us saying, “Are you sure? Try this and let’s see how ready you are. Let us see how sincere you are?

Right now as I write this, Lucifer is planting thoughts in my mind to get me to do something that I said I would not do again. Immediately upon hearing the thought, I just let go of any interest to dance with the thought. The thoughts keep coming and I keep letting go of any attachment to what they are suggesting. While I am responding this way, I also keep doing what I am doing, writing these thoughts, moving along as if the "thoughts" of Lucifer are a waste of time to even consider. As long as do not dance with the thoughts, and inwardly let go of any attachment to what the thoughts are suggesting I do – the thoughts diminish for now and I keep continuing on doing whatever I am doing that is in line with unfolding and uplifting spiritual thoughts and actions.

It is only when we keep entertaining the "thoughts of Lucifer" that the thoughts get stronger and more seductive. Before you know it, we are doing just what we said we would not be doing. We do what we said we would not do while all along the way have thoughts popping into our thought stream reminding us that we should not be doing this – but we continue anyway once the thoughts seem to take on a life of their own. We seem to just go along for the ride.

We think all the thoughts we hear in our mind are our thoughts. This is not true. We have some of our thoughts, some other thoughts are Lucifer’s and some other thoughts are the Holy Spirit. We think the most. Lucifer thinks second to us. The Holy Spirit doesn’t say much but the thoughts come from the deepest core of our awareness. If you are very watchful of your thoughts, you will be amazed at how incredibly smart and slick some of the thoughts of Lucifer’s are in getting us to think that it is our thoughts that we are hearing.

If we fail the test, we will know it and probably know the moment we agreed to dance with Lucifer. If we pass the test, we will be granted more knowledge and the chance to have more intimacy with the Holy of Holies, the Great Spirit we call God. We will be given more responsibility in unfolding the infinite plan of God.

Spirit-humans tend to call this tester the Devil when they fail the test and want to blame the Devil instead of acknowledging their own choice to dance with Lucifer. They call Lucifer Satan when they desire to dance with Lucifer in order to get special gifts or help from Lucifer. However, after Lucifer is done using them, they will get bitten and start calling Lucifer the Devil.

If we believe in an Omnipresent God, then there is nothing but God. There can be no power contrary to God if all is God. There can be no “evil force” within the Omnipresence of God. There can be only aspects of God, Manifestations of God within God. Everything that exists within the Omnipresence of God has a part to play or it would not be within the Omnipresence that is God. God cannot be against God. God cannot be having a spiritual war with God if God is Omnipresence – all there is, was and therefore ever will be.

The hormones we feel when we are in a passionate embrace with a lover are almost chemically identical to Methadone, a derivative to Heroin. The hormone adrenaline is almost chemically identical to amphetamine or "speed" These two hormones are what some call the "spice of life". There are some spirit-humans who are addicted to what in the drug addict world is called a speed-bomb. This can be a lethal combination of heroin, a downer, and amphetamine or "speed". A downer and an upper. Some spirit-humans say some of the best sex is after a fight. This is just another form of a speed bomb. The fight produces the "upper" and the passionate embrace after the fight produces the "heroin".

Satan is a spiritual being who led a heavenly revolt against God and was subsequently cast down into the earth ( Luke 10:18). His personal name, “Satan,” means “adversary.” This name indicates Satan’s basic nature: he is the enemy of God, of all God does, and of all God loves.

Other titles of Satan include the tempter ( 1 Thessalonians 3:5), the wicked one ( Matthew 13:19, 38), the accuser of the brethren ( Revelation 12:10), and—three titles that point to Satan’s authority in this world—the ruler of this world ( John 12:31), the god of this age ( 2 Corinthians 4:4), and the prince of the power of the air ( Ephesians 2:2). Second Corinthians 11:14 says that Satan transforms himself into “an angel of light,” a description that highlights his capacity and inclination to deceive.

There are a couple of passages which refer to the judgment of earthly kings but may very well also refer to Satan. The first is Isaiah 14:12-15. This is addressed to the king of Babylon (verse 4), but the description also seems to fit that of a more powerful being. The name “Lucifer,” which means “morning star,” is used here to describe someone who sought to overthrow God’s very throne.

The second passage is Ezekiel 28:11-19, addressed to the king of Tyre. As in the “Lucifer” passage, this prophecy contains wording that seems to go beyond the description of a mere mortal. The king of Tyre is said to be “anointed as a guardian cherub,” but he was laid low by pride and “expelled” by God Himself.

In addition to providing names and titles of Satan, the Bible uses various metaphors to reveal the character of the enemy. Jesus, in the parable of the four soils, likens Satan to the birds that snatch the seed off the hardened ground ( Matthew 13:4, 19). In another parable, Satan appears as the sower of weeds among the wheat ( Matthew 13:25, 28). Satan is analogous to a wolf in John 10:12 and a roaring lion in 1 Peter 5:8. In Revelation 12:9, Satan is the “great dragon . . . that serpent of old”—obviously, a reference to the serpent who deceived Eve ( Genesis 3:1).