Lucifer a.k.a "the fallen angel"


Lucifer is a name frequently given to Satan in Christian belief. This usage as a reference to a fallen angel stems from a particular interpretation of Isaiah 14:3-20, a passage that speaks of someone who is given the name of "Day Star" or "Morning Star" (in Latin, Lucifer) as fallen from heaven.[2] 2 Peter 1:19 and elsewhere, the same Latin word lucifer is used of the morning star with no relation to Satan. However, in writings later than those in the Bible, the Latin word has often been used instead as a proper name for Satan.


In the Bible Lucifer is well known as the King of the Demons, the slayer, the destroyer and the bad spirit, JESUS




Isaiah 14:12
How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!


2 Peter 1:19
And we have the word of the prophets made more certain, and you will do well to pay attention to it, as to a light shining in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts.


Revelation 2:28
just as I have received authority from my Father. I will also give him the morning star.


From: Mharrison

Is some gospel music are from satan himself?


From: david holcombe

 The translations being used is wrong In Isaiah 14:12 the Hebrew word for star never appears (kokab) in the original text  the heb wd.(helel) Lucifer is the word used in hebrew  and it appears no where else in the old testament


From:Mauka Side

The sun is not representative of God. God created the sun. We are not our own saviors and men are to be the spiritual leaders of the home, not the women. Also, even if Alexander "stole" the symbols, that's perhaps because they were already in use for such things they represent.



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