When Was Satan Cast Out of Heaven? – Q&A with David Guzik

Listen to Pastor David Guzik answer questions from followers of his ministry. The leading question is: When was Satan cast out of Heaven? Other questions from this session are:

  • Why didn’t God say it “was good” the second day of creation?
  • What does it mean in Ephesians 6:18, to “pray in the Spirit?”
  • Can I be made perfect in love as in 1 John 4:18? Is it ever good to break a vow made to God or man?
  • Are there books of the Bible that we should read more than others?
  • Is speaking with the dead speaking with demons?
  • What about Saul and Samuel in 1 Samuel 30?
  • Why did almost all the prophets live at the same time?
  • Who is in the picture behind David?
  • Since the Book of Enoch is quoted in Jude, should that book be in our Bible?
  • If Solomon was the wisest man, why did he end up failing God at the end of his days?
  • If some of the apostles were married, how did that work for their family life?
  • What are the seven spirits of God?
  • Did God create Adam in Israel?
  • Did Noah’s ark float adrift and land in what is now called Israel?
  • Do you think God has a sense of humor?
  • Is the war described in Ezekiel 38-39 the same as the Battle of Armageddon?
When Was Satan Cast Out of Heaven? – David Guzik

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