There is no arrogant manner in which I present anything to you waitingonthelamb, it is confidence is not arrogance since I know what I am talking about. I feel you are too sensitive, and do not know how to react to someone who is confident in their answers.
Are you not the person who has some questions? So if you ask questions, would you not expect someone has the answers to those questions? There is no condescending manner in which I present these answers, nor is it arrogant of me to know the answers to these questions and present them.
Once again, not for your benefit any longer, but for the benefit of others who might be confused by your answer, I will answer the rebuttal of 'Isaiah 14'.
Isaiah 14 says nothing of Satan. The word Lucifer, is a Latin word inserted by Jerome in the 4th Century, it has no purpose being in Scripture. It is a purposeful mistranslation and historically proved and documented that it is an error in translation from Hebrew to Latin, and the word remained from Latin to English.
So this is what the erroneous KJV says,
How art thou fallen from heaven,
O Lucifer, son of the morning! [how] art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
Here is what the truthful Hebrew says,
Notice carefully that there is nowhere the Latin word 'Lucifer' is written in Hebrew. First, there is no Scriptural source which defines Lucifer as Satan. Second, the it is the Hebrew word, Heylel, which was the literal name of Venus; and, Shahar, which just means "Star of the Morning" or sometimes translated, "Son of the Morning'.
How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!
So who is this 'morning star, son of the dawn'?
The title was in reference to Babylonian Kings and titles they used to claim their divine right to rule. Artifacts such as the Cyrus Cylinder, confirmed such assertions were made by kings of the ancient world. Babylonian Kings such as King Nebuchadnezzar, who according to Babylonian culture, was either worshiped as a God, or an agent or son of God and very common title which they bestowed upon themselves. According to Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar was given all authority and dominion over mankind, beasts of the field and birds of the air, and where they live. God made him ruler over them all with the title of King of Kings (Daniel 2:36-38); a title also reserved for Persian King, Artaxerxes (Ezekiel 26:7); and in Christianity to Jesus Christ (1 Timothy 6:13-16, Revelation 17:14, 19:16). This tells us, the man who has dominion over the beasts of the field, birds of the air, and over mankind, indeed had his power based in heaven and were called by the title, Light Bringer, Morning Star, Son of the Morning, etc.. To lose such authority would have him fall from heaven and cast to earth. Jesus Christ claims this title and confirms this title
(1 Timothy 6:13-16, Revelation 17:14, 19:16) in presently.
So who was the Morning Star being described in Isaiah 14?
On the day the LORD gives you relief from suffering and turmoil and cruel bondage, you will take up this proverb against the king of Babylon: How the oppressor has come to an end! How his fury has ended!
The king of Babylon is not a secret codeword to mean Satan. The king of Babylon is a secret codeword to mean king of Babylon.
The grave below is all astir to meet you at your coming; it rouses the spirits of the departed to greet you—all those who were leaders in the world; it makes them rise from their thrones—all those who were kings over the nations.
They will all respond, they will say to you [king of Babylon], "You also have become weak, as we are; you have become like us. All your pomp has been brought down to the grave, along with the noise of your harps; maggots are spread out beneath you and worms cover you. How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations! You said in your heart, 'I will ascend to heaven; I will raise my throne above the stars of God; I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly, on the utmost heights of the sacred mountain. I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High.' But you are brought down to the grave, to the depths of the pit."
Those who see you stare at you, they ponder your fate: "Is this the man who shook the earth and made kingdoms tremble,the man who made the world a desert, who overthrew its cities and would not let his captives go home?"
All the kings of the nations lie in state, each in his own tomb. But you are cast out of your tomb like a rejected branch; you are covered with the slain, with those pierced by the sword, those who descend to the stones of the pit. Like a corpse trampled underfoot, you will not join them in burial, for you have destroyed your land and killed your people. The offspring of the wicked will never be mentioned again."
This prophesy is speaking against the king of Babylon, a man once called the Son of the Morning, who would lose everything and his kingdom by defeat by a union of kings called the Medo-Persian Empire. When the Medo-Persians defeated Babylon, they released Israel from their suffering and turmoil and cruel bondage under Babylon. The name of the King of Babylon, that this proverb was against? King Nabonidus, also known to the book of Daniel as King Nebuchadnezzar (not to be confused with Nebuchadnezzar II), just as Isaiah 14 said would happen.
Isaiah 14 does not share, or convey in it's message, the story of Lucifer the 'fallen angel'. This myth is found nowhere in Scripture. It always amazes me though, how people defend this myth without knowledge.