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Trump Transformed Into Angel of Light?

Posted by Admin On March - 5 - 2018
By Rev. Dr. Harold Bailey
President & Founder of Probation Challenge & The PCC Network

The truth is, Donald Trump was preordained to lie, rob, steal, kill and destroy. All these attributes were bestowed upon him before the foundation of the world. As for matters of truth: Truth is not in him to tell!

Why Trump continues to speak tons of lies per day is a characteristic that he himself cannot resist, for this chapter in his life is not a reality show but an honest intent for him to deceive and will betray the very elect—if possible!

The Holy Scripture spoke as to the many anti-Christ, but that there would be a ‘Strong Anti-Christ’ having strong-holds and who would be powerful and would sit in high places. At this given point-in-time who is more strong and powerful than President Donald A. Trump … leader of what was once considered the free world?  America has been turnover into the hands of the deceiver because we have turned from our first lover—which was the love-of-God.

As the Scripture says, But what I do, that I will do, that I may cut off occasion from them which desire occasion; that wherein they glory, they may be found even as we. For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.

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And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore, it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.  2 Corinthians 11

Who is Satan?

Typically, human beings have a wide variety of views on Satan. Some people think of him as a silly cartoonish character with a pointed tail and horns, while others think of him as a force, or an abstract concept of evil. The Bible gives us a very clear picture of who Satan is, what he is like, and his goals and aims concerning humanity. In a nutshell, Satan was once a holy angel, but fell from heaven because of a desire to usurp God’s power, and he is now God’s enemy who opposes Him, His purposes, and His people with every ounce of his considerable strength.

Isaiah 14:12 indicates that Satan’s name, when he was a holy angel, was Lucifer. In Ezekiel 28:12-14, we get a description of Satan as one of the cherubim and the highest of the created angels. However, he became proud of his beauty and position and for some reason decided that he wanted to take God’s place and sit on his throne as the highest being (Isaiah 14:13-14; Ezekiel 28:15; 1 Timothy 3:6). Because of his pride and sinful desire to take the sovereignty which is only rightfully God’s, he was cast from heaven. Satan’s desire for power was very strong, as can be seen in Isaiah 14:12-15, but He could not overcome God or take His place, and as the last few chapters of Revelation reveal, in his quest to defeat His Creator, he will not be successful in the end.

Today, Satan is the ruler of this world, and is called the “prince of the power of the air” (John 12:31; 2 Corinthians 4:4; Ephesians 2:2). He is also called “the accuser” (Revelation 12:10), he tempts humans to sin against God as he did (Matthew 4:3; 1 Thessalonians 3:5), and he deceives humanity about the truth, especially the truth about God Himself (Genesis 3; 2 Corinthians 4:4; Revelation 20:3). He lies about God’s character and purposes, he tells fallen humanity that it can save itself without God’s grace, and he does all he can to separate us from God and undermine God in our eyes, using his powers of deception. The name “Satan” means “adversary” or “one who opposes.” He is also known as “the devil”, which means “slanderer.”

LIES: Still, despite all he knows about God and the truth, Satan continues to attempt to raise himself above God and take His throne. Satan is behind all the false religions and cults, all the false gods and lies that pull people away from the Lord. Satan disguises himself as “an angel of light” which makes his deception even more powerful (2 Corinthians 11:14). Human beings often see his lies as good, pleasant and seemingly right (Proverbs 14:12), when in truth they are traps that have sealed the doom of millions throughout history.


However, despite his plans and all his efforts, Satan’s destiny is irrevocably sealed—he will spend eternity in the lake of fire (Revelation 20:10).


Why did God allow the Satan and the demons to sin?


The Bible doesn’t say much about the rebellion of Satan and the other angels who followed him, but from the verses we do have it can be deduced that Lucifer, who was most likely the highest of the angelic host (Ezekiel 28:12-18), decided to try to take God’s throne and become God himself (Isaiah 14:12-14). It is commonly understood from Revelation 12:4 that a third of the angels were in support of Lucifer and followed him when he fell.

God offers no explanation as to why this occurred, but we do know from elsewhere in Scripture that God refers to the angels that did not fall as his “elect angels” (1 Timothy 5:21). Apparently, just as it is with humanity, the angels were found to have either of two invested natures, some with a nature that loved God and sought to follow Him, and some that when given the chance to rebel, took it. We do not know why God chose to do things this way. We can only assume that in His infinite wisdom, He deemed it to be the best way. The Bible makes it clear that God did not force the fallen angels to fall, for He cannot tempt anyone to evil and is not tempted to evil Himself (James 1:13), so it must be assumed that the demons fell because it was in their nature to do so, and when given the choice to rebel against God, they did what they desired to do.

Why then, did God in His omniscience create beings with the tendency to fall and rebel against Him in this way? Again, the Bible does not tell us God’s reasons for doing what He did. But we do know that human beings choose to rebel against God unless He intervenes and creates a new heart in them (Ezekiel 36:26; John 3:3; Ephesians 2:8-9). Possibly, it works the same way with the angels; those not restrained by the gift of a godly nature will rebel when given the choice to do so.

It is puzzling, from a human perspective, when we consider that God foreknew these things and still allowed them. However, God’s nature is exhibited in everything. His wrath and justice as well as His love and grace and mercy are shown through the existence of evil and rebellion in ways that never could occur without them. If, as the Psalmist says “His way is perfect” (Psalm 18:30), God has committed no wrong in allowing the angels to sin. In fact, this allowance is part of His perfect plan. Perhaps the best way to understand why God allowed the angels to sin is to remember that everything God allows will ultimately glorify Him in some way – even when a finite mind cannot understand how (Isaiah 55:8-9).


Don Lemon interviewed Franklin Graham, asking him about why Evangelicals are so supportive of President Trump, even with more reports of his affair with porn star Stormy Daniels coming out.


Lemon asked, “Why do you think Evangelicals were so willing to call out, say, Bill Clinton‘s behavior but not President Trump’s?”


Graham replied that Clinton’s affairs took place while he was in office, but that Trump’s “alleged affairs” were years ago, and Trump has “changed quite a bit in the last eleven years.”


Jokingly, Lemon asked if Graham “read [Trump’s} Twitter account?”


He then continued, pointing out that “the payment to the porn star, that was in 2016. That wasn’t eleven years ago. That’s now. He threatened war with North Korea, that’s now. He calls for a ban on religions entering the country. That’s now. He has 15 accusers, some of them said it was shorter than a long time ago, as you said.


“He started a fight with a gold star family. He started a fight with gold star widows. He fights with people on Twitter. He uses the word S-Hole about certain countries. That’s all in the current timing now. That’s not from years ago.  That’s not from years ago. So that argument that he has changed or that he has somehow evolved, that just doesn’t stand.”


Graham started to repeat himself, saying that Clinton, Kennedy, and Johnson’s affairs were while they were in office.”


Lemon shot back, “There are more to a person’s character than affairs. Are you saying the only thing that matters is an affair?


“No,” Graham said, hesitantly, and pointed out that other presidents have used foul language.


“Does that make it right, because someone else is a sinner, because someone else used bad language, and this President uses bad language, does that make it right?”


“He’s a businessman, not a politician,” Graham defended. “Are you saying businessmen don’t have morals?” Lemon replied.


But, when in doubt, evangelicals use the same tired defense. “God put him in there,” Graham declared.


Wouldn’t that also mean that God put Obama in office for eight years? Does that mean God also elected all these men committed sexual harassment? If so, can we use the 25th Amendment on a deity?


Contact Rev. Dr. Harold Bailey @ Cc:mrheb@aol.com




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