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Did God show favoritism among His angels that caused Lucifer to be jealous?



    
    

Clarify Share Report Asked November 22 2013 Moi2 Ma. Bernadette Lavin

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Emilio 1992 Emo Tenorio Supporter Shomer
No His ways and thoughts are above those of moral man, knowing the end from the beginning Isaiah 46:10 We are all equal before Him, no favorites or special ones, those He uses more to do His will have submitted themselves to him more than others. 

In the case of Lucifer he was the top angel and in charge of worship, but he was jealous and wanted more, himself to be worshiped as a god.
The pride of Lucifer's own heart led him to covet God's kingdom, and the birth of iniquity, no one temped him! 
God judged him and his rebellious angels, condemning them to their own kingdom, no appeals or legal reviews. 
Satan's evil spirit burns with anger all these years, he is the active enemy of God and all righteousness. 

In the Lord's freedom........warrior on

November 22 2013 3 responses Vote Up Share Report


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Mini Walrus theCat
There's no Scripture to support such an assertion, and, as it is not good to show partiality (Proverbs 28:21), and God does not show favoritism (Romans 2:11), we can know that this did not happen.

July 18 2014 0 responses Vote Up Share Report


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