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  1. The Bible tells us that the Creator passed judgment on Satan as soon as it became known that Adam had committed sin.

    This sentence is recorded in Genesis 3: 14,15:

    Jehovah God said to the serpent : “Because you have done this, cursed are you among all the domestic animals and among all the beasts of the field. All the days of your life you will crawl on your belly and eat the dust of the earth . I will cause enmity between you and the woman , and between your offspring and her offspring . It will hit you in the head, and you will hit him in the heel.”

    From these words, it is clear that as a result of hostility, the offspring of a woman will be struck by a serpent[Satan] in the head.

    What does it mean to hit the serpent in the head says in Matthew 25: 41

    Then he will say to those on his left: “Depart from me, you cursed ones, into the eternal fire prepared for the Devil and his angels.”

    Revelation 20: 10 confirms this claim:

    And the Devil, who had led them astray, was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where both the beast and the false prophet were already present.

    In the Bible, eternal fire is a symbol of eternal destruction. Therefore, the expression “hit in the head” means destruction.

    Therefore, Satan the Devil will never be forgiven. And this is very pleasing to sincere people who hope to live under the rule of the Kingdom of God on a renewed Earth, where there will be no more evil, no more sorrow, no more Satan.

  2. ▪ Who should forgive him? The devil is a tool designed to shape your personality, identify weaknesses, and then eliminate them. It has a specific function-identifying the good, so that we can distinguish good from evil. Have you ever wondered why God doesn't destroy the evil one? Imagine a hammer, it can be used as a carpenter's or locksmith's tool, or it can be used as a murder weapon. Do I need to forgive the tool? I will also say in addition to this, my opinion – a person does not have freedom of choice, there is a preset for a certain action under certain circumstances, and everyone simply goes through the predestined path and nothing more, the outcome has long been known to God, provided that God knows the future, as the church claims. But I admit the idea that God does not know the future, and otherwise there is no point, no choice and, you will agree, it is rather strange and illogical to create zombies.

  3. The Christian mainstream denies this, believing that the devil has already crossed the line beyond which forgiveness is possible – not because God will not forgive, but because the devil has gone too far to be able to ask for forgiveness.

  4. The question itself is individual for everyone. The question of faith, which is opposed by the state of mind,
    is not straightforward in various situations. Consciousness is a fragile substance, so a compromise is possible.

  5. I assume you're interested in my point of view?” I don't think there is a single correct answer to this question.

    If we assume that in all our troubles, in everything that brings us (in general, all people and each person individually) pain and suffering, if the devil is to blame for all this, then, in my opinion, no. In this case, he does not have the right to be forgiven until he has suffered enough. If he is really to blame for all the troubles, he must suffer the most severe punishment and repent every day for all that he has done. And only then, perhaps, can he be forgiven.

    That's my point)

  6. Such a question could only be asked by a person who does not understand the essence of mercy and forgiveness or confuses the meanings of words. No one ever has the right to be forgiven. A person can receive forgiveness only and only by the grace of the forgiver, but not by right to receive this forgiveness.

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