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07-11-2015 10:56 PM
Who ruled heaven on this day. God or Satan?
This quote speaks of God choosing Jesus as a human sacrifice to take our just punishment for our sins. Dogma says that we cannot redeem ourselves from God condemnation. 1Peter 1:20 0 He was chosen before the creation of the world, but was revealed in these last times for your sake.
The above quote shows this as Gods first actual judgement as judge and shows the setting and accepting of a bribe or human sacrifice to corrupt his justice. That justice usually stated that only the punishment of the guilty was acceptable to justice and that it would be unjust to punish the innocent. The corruption of Godís usual justice is what the bribe or sacrifice of Jesus bought. Injustice.
Recognizing that by whatever name you would use, sacrifice, ransom, bribe or payment, would you say such an immoral request and legal injustice would most likely be demanded by a God or by a Satan?
If punishing the innocent is not a just and moral thing to do, I would say that Satan would be the one to ask or demand such a sacrifice.
That would have Satan ruling heaven and not God as a good God would not do such an immoral thing.
Do you agree that Satan is more likely to ask for us to accept an immoral human sacrifice to bail us out than God would?
If you agree, does that indicate that Satan was ruling in heaven and not God on that day?