Christian legends frequently depict Satan as a tempter who tries to lure the faithful into abandoning their faith. Stories such as the legend of Faust show people making bargains with the Devil. They generally give their souls—for which he is always hungry—in exchange for a gift such as wealth, love, or power. Such bargains always end in terror and despair, unless God steps in to save the poor sinner's soul from Satan. One of the best-known and most influential literary portraits of Satan can be found in Paradise Lost, an epic by the English poet John Milton published in Toggle navigation.
In many stories, Satan is portrayed as the ruler of evil spirits and the source of all wickedness. Also read article about Satan from Wikipedia. User Contributions: 1. Please give more information about these topics. Im so keen intreted in these things. Do Satan and his demons possess immortality, and therefore their punishment requires eternal punishing and torment?
It is an axiom that the Creator is always more powerful than His creation. A builder can destroy or tear down anything that he builds or constructs. In fact, experience teaches us that it is always much easier to destroy something than it is to build something in the first place! Consider: It takes a real craftsman and cunning builder to build a beautiful home; but any fool can take gasoline and matches, and destroy such a building! Many have assumed that Satan and his demons are eternal spirit beings, and therefore cannot be destroyed, or ever be put "out of their misery.
That is, no angel has independent, eternal "self-existence" with true self-inherent immortality! Some may wonder why Yeshua then said that of those in the resurrection, that they "cannot die any more: for they are equal unto the angels" Luke Does this mean angels cannot "die" because they are immortal spirit beings?
Let's not read into this verse our own pre-determined belief! This is why a number of demon spirits who possessed a human being in Capernaum said to the Messiah, "Let us alone; what have we to do with thee, thou Jesus of Nazareth? Here the final fate of the rebellious angels is described. But what is "eternal fire"? The word "eternal" here is the Greek "aeonian" and means "age-lasting. Is that fire still burning up Sodom and Gomorrah today?
If you were to visit the southern end of the Dead Sea in the land of Israel, today, would you see the smoke still rising and the flames still smoldering, and burning, of Sodom and Gomorrah?
Of course not. An "aeonian fire" does not refer to a fire that never goes out! After this "aeonian fire" completely destroyed and obliterated those ancient cities, it burned itself out when there was nothing else left to consume! Even so, YEHOVAH God has specifically prepared the final "lake of fire" or Gehenna for the destruction of the devil and his demons, and the wicked among mankind who do not turn from their wickedness.
It will likewise burn itself out, when it has accomplished its mission of destruction! The Scripture cannot be broken John The Greek word used here is kartageo [ in Strong's Concordance ], from the root kata meaning "down," and argeo meaning "to be idle," from argos which means "inactive, unemployed, useless. Satan's miserable fate is described in the Old Testament, where Isaiah writes, "How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!
You said in your heart, 'I will ascend to heaven; I will raise my throne above the stars of God; I will sit enthroned on the mount of the assembly. I will make myself like the Most High. Ezekiel the prophet describes this personage in greater detail. He writes, "You were the model of perfection, full of wisdom and perfect in beauty. No saying "Satan wins" just to troll because it's annoying I've had trouble with this in the past.
Anyway, this is Satan from Bastard against Satan from Spawn. Which one wins in the end? Not exactly true IMO. Stamina : High Clashed with Daewi with no apparent effort and outlasted even the likes of Mori, albeit while the latter was using a great deal of power by creating hundreds of clones. Range : Interplanetary. Standard Equipment : None notable. Intelligence : Although Satan seemed levelheaded at first, he was soon revealed to have a great love for battle, letting Mori rest for a short period before their battle to have a more stimulating fight and taking great pleasure in both dealing and receiving pain.
He is a master of hand-to-hand combat, easily matching Mori blow for blow and maintaining the upper hand for much of their fight. Additionally, his ability to read his foe's mind allows him to quickly analyze and use their techniques against them, making it difficult to surprise him with new techniques.
However, his lust for battle can make him short-sighted, as he relished in the powers he received from Mori and was subsequently paralyzed by Mori's use of acupuncture followed by the flurry of Taekwondo attacks that followed. Additionally, he has a severe inferiority complex and need to prove himself due to the gods of the Heavenly Realm's tendency to compare him to the Monkey King, and takes great pride in his status as the Champion of the Gods.
Weaknesses: Satan loves a good fight and often makes questionable decisions to get a better one. Has a severe inferiority complex towards the Monkey King and is incredibly prideful as the Champion of the Gods, His ability to mimic other's powers does not seem to extend to equipment, as he did not bother to try to copy the Ruyi Jingu Bang or the Robe of the Sage.
Additionally, he hasn't shown the ability to alter his body structure to match the passive or innate abilities of others, as he was still overwhelmed by Jin Mori after using Na Bong Chim Limiter Removal to the same extent as him.
Satan: has some combination of copying and mind reading, allowing him to copy all the abilities of his opponents before they have used them.
Note: As detailed in the abilities section, Satan has several abilities that increase his physicals, abilities performed in these circumstances will be marked.Jul 14, · Satan is the “father of lies” (John ), and he influences and rules the world right now. Satan desires worship (Matthew ), and he uses deceit and distractions to draw man’s focus to himself. The world worships Satan in one way or another, except for those who are of the kingdom of God and are therefore called out of Satan’s.