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A very sad day

Posted by rayww on November 15, 2004, at 0:26:37

In reply to Lou's response to rayww rayww, posted by Lou Pilder on November 14, 2004, at 20:09:56

Although we shouted for joy, it was a very sad day when 1/3 of our brothers and sisters in heaven were cast out of God's presence. We may have had friends there. All heaven wept. I think it was a happy day for the plan, but a very sad day for the 1/3, never to ever have the privilege of body. Lucifer was a son of God too, as were all of his followers, male and female. I can't help but feel bad about the loss and betrayal. Maybe that's why we are so affected so deeply by loss and grief here. We have roots that go way back to those feelings. they must have really thought they would win, and still do.
What was the other plan? Clever Lucifer thought we could all be forced to be obediant to the laws that govern heaven, and then He would dethrone god, giving glory to himself alone. Christ's plan was to give us our agency and all the glory to God. (glorify God)

The scriptures are real to me Lou, and what I share, I believe with all my heart and hold dear. You have asked for an explanation. I hope you can understand my description.




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