Why and how was Jesus taken to be tempted by the devil?

According to the gospel accounts, the Holy Spirit of God descended on Jesus at his baptism. It seems reasonable that under the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Spirit he required time away from distractions for study and meditation.  He was preparing to ready [...]

Do God, Satan and angels have souls?

To answer your first question: Do God, Satan and angels have souls? Yes, they have souls as do all animals (Job. 12:10). The soul being the essence of what makes you, you—your memories, thoughts—like information on a disc, but in another sense, they are [...]

How do I prevent immoral thoughts against God?

Even though all kinds of sinful thoughts may pass through our brains, it is our Christian duty not to entertain them because sinful thoughts soon become sinful deeds.  When you recognize a sinful thought against God, you must immediately ask for His forgiveness and [...]

Did God create Satan?

According to the Bible, Satan, of his own volition, became the adversary of God. Originally, as God created him, he was holy, pure, grand of character and of a high order of angelic nature, a "covering cherub" (`Eze. 28:16`). He transformed himself from the [...]

Since Jesus is to reign until all enemies are put under His feet, and the last enemy to be destroyed is death (`1 Cor. 15:25,26`) would it not prove that Satan and his hosts would be destroyed before death is destroyed, and that both would be destroyed during the reign of Jesus?

The Apostle's argument is so clear and convincing in this `fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians` relative to the reign of our Lord Jesus and the object or purpose to be accomplished by that reign, that there is but one answer to the question and [...]

Since Jesus is to reign until all enemies are put under His feet, and the last enemy to be destroyed is death (`1 Cor. 15:25,26`) would it not prove that Satan and his hosts would be destroyed before death is destroyed, and that both would be destroyed during the reign of Jesus?

The Apostle's argument is so clear and convincing in this `fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians` relative to the reign of our Lord Jesus and the object or purpose to be accomplished by that reign, that there is but one answer to the question and [...]