Discussions Relating to Universal Reconciliation > Discussions on Universal Salvation

wicked angels saved?

(1/7) > >>

ded2daworld:
There is some question to UR people from time to time about whether or not the wicked angels that
rebelled with Satan will be redeemed or not.

IMO, they will be reconciled to God eventually but not based on the shed blood of Jesus.  Consider Heb 2:16 (Bold word by me)
16 "For it is clear that it is not the angels that he helps. Instead, he helps the descendants of Abraham."
God has a plan of reconciliation for the angels - it's just not the same plan as the reconciliation of humans and we humans have no need now to know how Our Lord will accomplish this.

Paul L:

--- Quote ---IMO, they will be reconciled to God eventually but not based on the shed blood of Jesus.  Consider Heb 2:16 (Bold word by me)
--- End quote ---

Makes perfect sense in light of John 3:16, "God so loved the world....", no mention of anything of the rest of the universe of "stars" all of which God calls by name.


--- Quote ---16 "For it is clear that it is not the angels that he helps. Instead, he helps the descendants of Abraham."
God has a plan of reconciliation for the angels - it's just not the same plan as the reconciliation of humans and we humans have no need now to know how Our Lord will accomplish this.

--- End quote ---

In light of the fact they are bound in darkness someplace waiting for "judgement" seems to support your conclusion here. Until now, I assumed they would be covered by Christ's blood as we are, but the point you allude to, that these are spirit beings, points to the premise their sin cannot be covered by "blood", as can ours. 

dajomaco:
I don't want to be in violation of jury tampering.

What happens to the angels is up to us, we will be their judge.
We will decide the final out come of the angels we will pass judgment and it will be final.

I'm' not sure whether members of the jury are suppose to talk about the case before
 starts or have deliberations already started.

Paul L:

--- Quote from: dajomaco on November 06, 2012, 06:49:37 PM ---I don't want to be in violation of jury tampering.

What happens to the angels is up to us, we will be their judge.
We will decide the final out come of the angels we will pass judgment and it will be final.

I'm' not sure whether members of the jury are suppose to talk about the case before
 starts or have deliberations already started.

--- End quote ---

Daj,

You just made my day, I needed some good humor to get my attitude back into some sense of normalcy, I've been having a lousy day.

After I last posted just above you, I thought of 1 Cor 6.3. I've often wondered why though. Why is God is leaving it to us to judge these rebellious spirits? I frankly don't feel qualified to judge anybody, I feel like God may be giving me a job I don't want......and now the jury pool has become polluted......great.

ded2daworld:
I wonder how we who have been forgiven so much could condemn anyone or anything else
Oh well, I'm sure things will be different then :laughing7:

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version