755 Only Those Who Defeat Satan Are Saved


When people have yet to be saved,

their lives are often disturbed, and even controlled, by Satan.

In other words,

people who have not been saved are prisoners to Satan;

these people have no freedom, they have not been relinquished by Satan,

they are not qualified or entitled to worship God,

and they’re closely pursued by Satan, and they’re viciously attacked by it.

Such people have no happiness, no right to a normal existence,

and they have no dignity to speak of.

Only if you stand up and do battle with Satan,

using your faith in God and submission to, and fear of God

as the weapons to fight a life-and-death battle with Satan,

such that you fully defeat Satan and whenever it sees you,

it turns tail and becomes cowardly,

so that it completely abandons its attacks and accusations against you—

only then will you be saved and become free.


If you’re determined to fully break with Satan,

but are not equipped with the weapons that will help you defeat Satan,

then you’ll still be in danger, and as time goes on,

when you have been so tortured by Satan

that there’s not an ounce of strength left in you,

yet you have still been unable to bear testimony,

have still not been fully freed from Satan’s accusations and attacks,

then you’ll have little hope of salvation.

In the end,

when the conclusion of God’s work is proclaimed,

you will still be in the grip of Satan, unable to free yourself,

and thus you will never have a chance or hope.

The implication is that such people

will be completely in Satan’s captivity,

such people will be completely in Satan’s captivity.

from The Word, Vol. 2. On Knowing God. God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself II

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