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Ruler of the night?


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Who takes them? Are they physically taken? Or, are they spiritually taken, deceived? Might be something to think about! All verses come from a KJV Bible.


Matthew 24:40 Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left. [Matthew 24:36-42 describe the times and events just before the 2nd advent, the return of the real Christ. Who takes them? The Son of man is not here yet, can't be Him!]

Matthew 24:41 Two women shall be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

Mark 13:21-22 [Don't believe anyone that says here is Christ or there is Christ. Don't allow a man to deceive you.]

Mark 13:24-26 [{Immediately after} that tribulation, the Son of man returns, not before. Which tribulation would that be? The Antichrist's. The Son of man has not returned yet, but will, immediately after!]


Luke 17:34 I tell you, [in that night] there shall be two (men) in one bed; the one shall be taken, and the other shall be left. [I believe the word (men) is not gender specific in this verse. It could be referring to a male or a female.]
Luke 17:35 Two women shall be grinding together; the one shall be taken, and the other left. [The Son of man is not here yet, can't be Him!]
Luke 17:36 Two men shall be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

[Do women grind at night, do men work in the field at night? Not normally. As you can see, these verses are at night! Is it dark at night? Who is one of the rulers of the darkness of this world? See Satan's names below. Also, see John 9:4.]


Satan's names and roles:

Devil, dragon, serpent (Psalm 91:13; Rev. 12:9); tree of the knowledge of good and evil, shining one, lucifer, anti-christ, death; king of fierce countenance, king of Tyrus, false prophet, that wicked one, morning star, angel of light, wormwood, son of perdition, king of the bottomless pit; accuser of the brethren; adversary; abaddon(hebrew) the destroyer in English; appolyon(greek); angel of light; beelzebub; belial; enemy; god of this world [2 Corinthians 4:4]; evil spirit; deceiver, father of all liars; [rulers of the darkness of this world, Ephesians 6:12], assyrian, vile person, terrible one, scorner, prince of the power of the air, little horn, asshur, abomination of desolation [desolator], king of Babylon, king of terrors; king of pride, violent man, treacherous dealer, spoiler, wicked counselor, etc.; Isaiah 14:22; Daniel 9:27; Mark 13:14; [H1966 in Strong's Concordance]. Prince of the devils [Matthew 9:34]; prince of this world [John 12:31, 14:30, 16:11.]


Mortal or immortal soul? What do these mean? Research them. Study the Bible, and make up your own mind.

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