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Satan

 

Pronunciation:  SAY-tuhn

Occurrences:  4

First Reference:  Yeshua 16:52

 

If Satan, therefore, cast out Satan, how then shall his kingdom stand, seeing that he is divided against himself?

 

 

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Summary:  In the Song of God, the term “Satan” is used only by Yeshua. On one occasion, after being accused of healing by the power of the “prince of devils”, Yeshua asks how the kingdom of Satan would stand if Satan were to cast out Satan (Y:16:50-53).

 

Later, while celebrating the successful ministry of his apostles, Yeshua states: “Surely I have seen Satan fall as lightning unto the earth, and there was found for him neither room nor place in the hearts of men” (Y:27:59).

 

When Yeshua foretells of his own crucifixion prior to returning to Jerusalem, Cephas becomes upset and rebukes the Lord. Yeshua responds to Cephas, saying: “Get you behind me Satan, for you are an offense unto me; for you know not the things which are come from God, but seek only the things which be of men” (Y:40:16-27).

 

 

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