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Does God Hear Satan

Does God hear Satan and his minions?

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 ---Martin on 2/3/07
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Uh, does the word omnipotent mean anything to you? Of course He hears them.

Whether He chooses to do anything about what He hears, that's another matter entirely.
---Nancy on 12/16/07


"Hear" in the sense of being aware of their tootling and screaming?

Or "hear" in the sense of listening to them and carrying on conversations.

Job 1 answers this second question.
---Jack on 12/5/07


Do God hear your prayers when you are not in fellowship with Him because of our sin? Why would God be listening to Satan, who has obviously broken fellowship? Satan talks to us and causes us to sin.
---Ben on 2/21/07


Does Satan talk to People? YES! I do not mind you thinking that I am nuts, At least at am 100% on my way to HEAVEN. Satan is always telling me LIES about Jesus. Satan has gotten me in more trouble with God than I can shake a stick at. And I am sure that Satan tells God lies about me. And God takes all in stride. I wish I could. "SATAN YOU ARE A LIER"!
---catherine on 2/15/07


Satan talks to God all the time. He is the adversary, the accuser, a tattle-tail if you will. When we make a little mistake guess who goes and tells God what we done? yeah, Satan does. In Job 2:2 it tells us that Satan goes to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it. Adversary means ones that speaks against another. Satan is the biggest tattle-tail there is and ever will be.
---Rebecca_D on 2/13/07




I agree John,consider the illegitimate child.God doesn't bless sin:can't be a blessing.He is not a sadist:can't intend child to be born to unbalanced situation contrary to His plan.Why does one couple fall pregnant and another not?God sends the child cos Satan can't create only destroy and manipulate.If its against His character to bless sin or be sadistic and fornicators are treated differently,what is the motivating factor?A valid petition based on rebellion and disobedience of the fornicators?
---Martin on 2/11/07


Many times Satan talked with God and several times with Jesus. Although they hear him I don't think The Father or Son or Holy Spirit react or pay much attention to their defeated foe. And neither should the devil take up much of our time.
---john on 2/6/07


**"Hear" as in a conversation or petition like in Job 1.I have encountered some Theologians who are of the opinion that Jesus' dying on the cross "eliminated" Satan from appearing in heaven before God,but according to Revelation he is yet to be struck down?**

My relationship with God is enough to keep me busy without being too curious about demons and theirs with God.
---Jack on 2/5/07


Satan only speaks when he is spoken to! Jesus has always been the gate keeper to the father! This is the problem that he had! he did not won't to go through jesus to communicate with the father.
---JEB on 2/4/07


Hi Jack."Hear" as in a conversation or petition like in Job 1.I have encountered some Theologians who are of the opinion that Jesus' dying on the cross "eliminated" Satan from appearing in heaven before God,but according to Revelation he is yet to be struck down?
---Martin on 2/4/07




Does God hear Satan and his minions? Hear audibly, yes. Hear as listens to him, no. Satan accuses & condemns us based on a violation of the law. The Father justifies & affirms based on the grace of His atonement. Does Satan appear before God,present petitions and recieve justified response in certain circumstances? No. Satan was ordered by Jesus to get behind Him & that is just where he remains as our accuser until he is casted out to fulfill his final purpose & role before the return of Jesus.
---joseph on 2/4/07


Job Chapter 1.Satan petitioned for Job's existance.Does this still happen? Does Satan appear before God,present petitions and recieve justified response in certain circumstances?I'ld really like to hear(see) your views.
---Martin on 2/3/07


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