How the Fallen Angel mirrored God

On December 2, 2013 by Admin

Within just a few verses, we now know who Lucifer is. God, the Father who is in heaven, gives us concise direction as to who and what to believe as the Almighty God.

And we have the word of the prophets made more certain, and you will do well to pay attention to it, as to a light shining in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your heart – 2 Peter 1:19
The key words here are dawn and the morning star. These are key words because God warns us of the fallen angel who will mirror God and delude people into thinking he is the God of heaven. He will also convince men that his false Arabian prophet is the one true prophet. They have adopted the same names and titles of God.
How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! – Isaiah 14:12
We are told that the fallen angel will present his own book with his own covenant.
Then I saw another mighty angel coming down from heaven… He was holding a little scroll, which lay open in his hand. He planted his right foot on the sea and his left foot on the land (Satan standing on the shore of the sea Rev 13:1), and he gave a loud shout like the roar of a lion (the lion-beast of Daniel 7:4). When he shouted, the voice of the seven thunders spoke (the covenant of Allah to his Muslims) – Revelation 10:1-3
Within this little scroll, the Qur’an, are listed the titles of Muhammad and his Allah as Al-Tariq, the bright morning star and Al-Falaq, the dawn. The entity placed within the Dome of the Rock, upon the Temple Mount is not God – it’s the fallen angel masquerading as God. Muhammad was the liar and his Muslims are the deluded of 2 Thessalonians 2.

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One Response to “How the Fallen Angel mirrored God”

  • Discerning who is a true prophet reuqries endless humility and the willingness to let go of, or at least deeply question, all the comforting conventions of our time. The gift of the true prophet is the experience of uncertainty it calls us deeper into life, generates awe at Life’s unspeakable beauty, and calls forth sometimes unsuspected capacities for love.

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