If Satan had won the war in heaven what would life be like?

Question: “What would life on earth be like if Satan won the war in heaven?” – Vilmar Alexandersen

Pretext: some of my readers side with the Chapel that the war in heaven hasn’t taken place, that it is a future event. This is a critical false doctrine they teach – that prior to the great tribulation in the future Satan will be cast down to earth. The war is OVER. Satan is defeated and has already been cast out of heaven. He persecutes the woman now – she represents the elect of God.

My answer…

The only way for Satan to have won is for Jesus to never had been born or made it to the cross – which is impossible because God had ordained it from the foundation of the world.

Satan was cast down during the ministry of Jesus when he ushered in the Kingdom and his ultimate defeat was sealed at Calvary.

Satan is allowed a short season of limited operation to test humanity but his fate in the lake of fire is assured.

Jesus sent out the disciples to heal and preach that the kingdom of God had come in Luke 10. They return were amazed that demons were subject to them in the name of Jesus. Jesus then said, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.”

Jesus is the strongman who binds Satan. This binding and plundering of Satan’s and his kingdom come into full force when Christ defeats the power of sin and death through his sacrifice.

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Author: Timothy Campbell

Independent researcher exposing Joel's Army / Latter-Rain Movement, Christian evangelist and helping to expose the plot of the ages - the church will be here during the great tribulation (or Golden Age of Gaia) and will have resist the beast and his mark...

1 thought on “If Satan had won the war in heaven what would life be like?”

  1. First of all if anyone really understood what the book of Revelation is really about.then they would know that the war in heaven has not happen yet. Not until the opening of the six seal and the six trumpet is sounded.Then Satan and his angels are cast out of heaven.
    I know what people think, people think because Christ Jesus said in the book of Luke 10:18-“I beheld. Satan as lightning fall from heaven”
    People take this that Satan was cast out of heaven at that very moment.
    There is no where in Luke 10:18 that Christ Jesus said Satan being cast out of heaven. Christ Jesus said “I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven” So where do people get Satan was cast out of heaven in that verse above?
    Christ Jesus said “I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven”
    There is no where in that verse 10:18 that indicates Satan as being cast out of heaven at that very moment.
    There is no where in that verse 18 that Christ Jesus used the words
    ( cast out ) ?
    Christ Jesus said “I beheld” Satan as lightning fall from heaven”
    By Christ Jesus saying “I beheld” does not mean right at that moment. Beheld means ( to take place or to occur) Therefore as for Satan has not happen yet,but it is to take place or to occur.
    This is where the book of Revelation 12:7-12.comes into play which is future yet to happen.
    The book of Revelation is about future events that are to happen in the near future.
    The name Revelation means — To uncover to reveal and Christ Jesus is doing both in uncovering and revealing about the fall of Satan out of heaven in the book of Revelation 12:7-12. This all takes place in the opening of the six seal and the sounding of the six trumpet and the six Vail.

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