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Where Does Satan Live

Just where is the devil's residence? Is he alive everywhere such as the Holy Spirit is or he is the spirit of the antichrist? Just curious to know.

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In the hearts of those who are not born again.
---duke on 12/16/07


He is free to roam the earth. He is alive, but not in all places at the same time. (1 Peter 5:8)
---WIVV on 5/22/07


Leslie, can you please give me the scripture passage stating that Satan is the ruler of Hell? Thanks.
---Kay on 1/1/07


Not in hell, because even satan suffers in hell, and why would anything or anyone want to be in a place where they suffer, since he has the choice to come into the world than Satan would stay in the world
---mark on 12/31/06


Satan is the ruler of this world & Hell, so he lives in the world and Hell for now. In the future he will be chained to Hell (the Pit) forever.
---Leslie on 12/31/06




Heylel lived in heaven, but rebelled and tryed to take his Creator's throne, so he was thrown down to earth. Jesus spoiled Satan's power by nailing him to the cross. Now born-again christians have all power over Satan through resurrected Jesus. He's called the king of the North, whose number is 666; he will surround Jerusalem with his armies and set his seat in the middle, which is the abomination which makes desolate. And God will come and destroy him with everlasting fire. Please read Daniel 11:31-45.
---Eloy on 10/10/05


His kingdom is the earth. In the Gospels he offers the kingdom of the earth to Christ. It must have been his to offer. When we fell from grace, we were cast into his cursed domain. He isn't like God in the sense that he can be everywhere but his poisons abound.
---Terri_2 on 10/9/05


3. Scripture speaks of Satan as a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. We have to believe he is indeed fearsome. The believer is not to respond, however, in sheer terror. Satan may be stronger than we are, but Christ is stronger than Satan. "He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world." Satan is after all, a creature. He is finite and limited. He is limited in space and time.
---lupe2618 on 9/17/05


2. to withstand Satan was to insult him. His most vulnerable part was seen as his pride. To attack his pride was seen as an effective way to repel him. But in the Biblical view, he appears as an "angel of light" That image points to Satan's clever ability to manifest himself under the appearance of good. Satan is subtle, beguiling, and crafty. He speaks with eloquence; his appearance is stunning. The prince of darkness wears a cloak of light.
---lupe2618 on 9/17/05


My answer is like WIVV"s, he cannot be in more than one place at a time. He is never regarded in any way as an equal to God. Satan is a highter order of being than humans; he is a fallen angel. But he is not divine. The Biblical view of Satan is far more sophisticated then what people make him. That image people gave him came from the medieval church. The silly pictures of Satan was intentionally created by the church in order to poke fun at him. The church was convinced that an effective ploy
---lupe2618 on 9/17/05




Satan resides in the hearts of those who don't believe in or obey God.
---Nan on 9/9/05


Th devil lives wherever he is welcome to stay! Ocasionally he tries to extend his welcome by offering alluring gifts and goodies and quite often he is very successful with his ruses! So watch and pray. He may be after you today!
---pierr7958 on 9/7/05


Satan was once "The anointed cherub that covereth" He was an Arch Angel in heaven until he sinned. He is still an angel and his habitation is the earth. He is called the 'god' of THIS world. He is NOT omnipresent like the Spirit of God, he can only be in one place at a time, but he has other angels that followed his lead that he commands (demons or devils). He does NOT live in hell, although one day he will be bound and cast there to be punished forever.
Hope this helps.
---david on 9/6/05


he is the king of this evil world. He lives with us. He doesn't have omnipresence like God, he just has many evil demons that do his work. Revelation 2:13 but God will have his warth and soon reclaim.
---judit4846 on 9/6/05




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