Category Archives: Biblical Guide To Demonology

Book Review: Discernment

Discernment:  The Essential Guide To Hearing The Voice Of God, by Jane Hamon [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I don’t know who Jane Hamon is or who … Continue reading

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Crushing The Satanic Rebellion: Satan’s End In Revelation 20:7

What is the end of Satan?  If the imprisonment and restraint of Satan for a thousand years is the beginning of the end, what is the end?  We find this, perhaps not surprisingly, in Revelation 20:7-10:  “Now when the thousand … Continue reading

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The Binding Of Satan In Revelation 20:1-3

What is it that Satan is trying to avoid?  We have looked at Satan’s behavior through the course of the Bible and what is consistent among them is the opposition and hostility to God and God’s people.  This occasionally mindless … Continue reading

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The War Of Heaven:  Satan In Revelation 12

Revelation 12 is one of the most interesting passages in the Bible, because it brings the reader to a subject that the Bible has been dealing with from the beginning, and that is the ultimately unsuccessful warfare of Satan against … Continue reading

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The Synagogue Of Satan In John’s Letters To Smyrna And Philadelphia

What makes a church into the synagogue of Satan?  And why is it that the two churches that had to deal with this are the only two that receive no blame but only commendation and encouragement in Revelation 2 and … Continue reading

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Satan In John’s Letters To The Churches In Revelation 2 and 3

Aside from the reference to the synagogue of Satan, which we will discuss next, it is worthwhile to look at how Satan is discussed in Revelation 2 and 3 when the letters to the seven churches are provided.  Let us … Continue reading

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How To Contend With The Devil:  Lessons From Jude :9

How does one win an argument with the devil?  We have previously seen in face to face interactions that God and Jesus Christ were able to defeat Satan without any great difficulty.  Nevertheless, we ought to be aware of our … Continue reading

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The Devil Has Sinned From The Beginning:  1 John 3 And Satan

As we wind down our study of Satan in the Bible, it is worthwhile to note that the New Testament has a surprising amount to say about the subject of Satan’s origins, and manages to do so in a much … Continue reading

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Resisting The Devil In James 4 and 1 Peter 5

In light of the way that the Bible speaks often about Satan, it is rather telling to consider what the Bible’s advice on dealing with the devil is.  Indeed, the Bible consistently urges believers to resist the devil.  We can … Continue reading

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Destroying The Power Of Death And The Devil in Hebrews 2:14

In talking about the superiority of Jesus Christ to the angels, the author of Hebrews provides a detailed discussion of how it is that through Jesus Christ believers find life and, not surprisingly, that Satan’s power over humanity is through … Continue reading

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