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Topic: The Word on Lucifer
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Re: The Word on Lucifer
Posted: Jun 17, 2012 10:09 AM
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"Kevin" <barry196263@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:d766bf9b-5fca-449a-92b3-485ac5b104b5@f16g2000yqg.googlegroups.com...
> Lucifer cannot be kicked out of heaven. Lucifer can be removed from
> his position in heaven and demoted to a lesser position... Once you're
> in heaven and you start to build your social networks and political
> alliances, it becomes impossible to kick anyone out, don't ya see...
> What Lucifer knows about heaven is not in God's best interests to have
> revealed to the world outside... So the other angels keep God in the
> dark concerning Lucifer's true whereabouts... What God doesn't know
> that Lucifer would confirm if he was here is that... heaven's angels
> have small booties. Lucifer prefers small booties on his angels so
> everyone but God knows that Lucifer's rightful place is God's heaven
> instead of mine. There are many rooms in my father's house, ergo,
> plenty of places for Lucifer to hide.


Would God have been as successful....and as much of a "celebrity"...
without Lucifer as an enemy against whom to rally His forces?
Does God "need" Lucifer in order for God to appear relevant?



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