Did God create Satan?


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God has created everything that ever has been, is, or will be (John 1:3). This includes physical beings and matter as well as spiritual beings (Colossians 1:15-17). The only person who has the powe...

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Andy  3 photo Andy Mangus I am a Christian since October 1979 & devoted truth seeker.
My short and to the point answer is this: GOD tells us in the Bible that He is I AM. GOD is telling us that His name is I AM! GOD created all that has ever came into existence! (Exodus 3:13-15) And, that "ALL" includes the angels, which also includes Satan. He was a very talented singer, he was most beautiful and was the center of angels' attention and reverence when you read Old Testament scripture that was translated from. Satan became filled with pride. He wanted to be as God; he became very jealous and wanted to be like God! So, he influenced many other angels to follow him when God cast him out of Heaven. (Revelation 12:9 Luke 10:18) Understand this: God purposely cast Satan along with his angel followers out of Heaven--down to Earth for eternity, never to return to Heaven to 'dwell with or be in GOD'S Holy Presence for eternity.' Satan's 'eternal home' will be the never ending 'eternal lake of fire!"(Revelation 20:10) (Isaiah 14:12-15)

**Praise GOD that we have a Savior! And, His name is JESUS CHRIST!"


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