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Trail of The Serpent

God did not create Satan. God created Lucifer, the highest angel in God’s angelic kingdom. Lucifer was the anointed cherub (Ezekiel 28:14; Isaiah 14:12,13). Lucifer then of his own free will wanted to be God and receive worship as God. Through his pride and vanity, he fell and became Satan. This event caused a catastropic event to the Original earth to throw it into a state of chaos.

Other titles for fallen Lucifer, now Satan are:

  • Satan, meaning - the Adversary
  • Devil - the slanderer
  • Apollyon - the destroyer
  • Beelzebub - the prince of demons
  • Belial - the low, abject one
  • The Wicked One
  • The God of This World
  • The Prince of Darkness
  • The Dragon
  • The Tormentor
  • The Accuser
  • The Deceiver
  • The Liar
  • The Murderer
  • He that hath the power of death
  • Abaddon
  • The Enemy
  • The Prince of this World
  • The Tempter

There are a number of Fallen Angels that rebelled with him: Rev. 12:4,9. These angels along with Satan will be imprisoned in the lake of fire for eternal torment. Lucifer’s Reign - The anointed cherub that covereth. God’s most high priest in the mountain of God. Isaiah 14:12-14; Ezekiel 28:13-17. Lucifer was the highest ranking angel that God created. Lucifer and the other angles were created some time before the foundation of the world (Job 38:1-7)

Here are the titles and ranks of other Angels found in scripture:

  • Seraphim - Isa. 6:1-7, Psa.24:1, 72:19; Exod. 3:6; Job 4:18, 15:15; I Kings 19:13
  • Cherubim - Ezek. 1:5-18, 10:12, Gen. 3:24
  • Archangels - Jude 9 (Michael, Gabriel)
  • Angels - over 300 times in bible
  • Sons of God - Gen 6:1,2; Job 38:7; Dan. 3:25-28 Sons of the Mighty - Ps. 29:1, 89:6,7, 103:20; Isa. 13:3; Joel 3:11 Ps. 103:20; Ps.104:4; Dan. 9:21; Heb. 1:7.
  • Watchers/Keepers - Dan. 4:13-17; Isa. 62:6
  • Holy Ones - Zech. 14:5; Matt. 25:31; Isa 6:1-3; Dan. 8:13
  • Princes - Dan. 10:13,20,21; 12:1; John 12:31, 14:30, 16:11, Eph. 2:2 Thrones - Col. 1:16,Rev. 4:2-11
  • Dominions - Col. 1:16 Powers - Col. 1:16
  • Principalities - Col. 1:16; Eph. 1:21; Col. 2:10; Eph. 6:12

The number of Angels created is not exactly known however, the Bible gives us a few hints in Dan. 7:10 and Rev. 5:11. What is the strength of an Angel? Here is one example in 2 Kings 19:20,21,35. What should our relationship be to Angels? Please read Col 2:18; Col 2:8-10; Eph 6:10-12; Eph 1:17-21; I Tim 2:5

Another resourcefor you to study about Angels is a book called “All the Angels in the Bible” by Herbert Lockyer, Jr. This is a rewrite of the original work by his father “The Mystery and Ministry of Angels”. You can purchase this book at Amazon.com