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  • Angel of Light or Darkness
  • By: Kenneth Gullett
  • Narrated by: Michael Hanko
  • Length: 4 hrs and 42 mins
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Lucifer

By: Kenneth Gullett
Narrated by: Michael Hanko
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Summary

Lucifer's name is mentioned only once in scripture, yet he remains a powerful evil influence over the world. This has been the case from the time of Adam and Eve to today and will remain so until final judgment is executed upon the Earth.

What is Lucifer's ultimate goal? How can we fight such a daunting adversary when angels themselves, with their supernatural strength, dare not contend with him? Furthermore, since the Bible tells us that Lucifer is the god of this world, what kind of merchandise does he use in tempting us to sin?

The scripture is clear in its description of who he is and what he intends. Being the fallible beings that we are, how can we resist the evil temptations that can draw us away from the true God of heaven who is the Creator of all things? It is God who separated the light from the darkness, according to Genesis chapter one, and it is he who separates good and evil through his living word, Jesus Christ; therefore, it's in him alone that we have hope and salvation, not in Lucifer, nor in ourselves.

This work is intended to reveal who Lucifer, our great adversary, really is - his attributes, merchandise, and goals. But foremost, through this work, the true King of Kings and Lord of Lords will also be revealed.

©2016 Kenneth Gullett (P)2016 Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing

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  • MTFK 1890p
  • 25-05-22

Religious Bias, and Poor Research.

Let me start off by saying the Author organized his ideas well even though the majority of it was in recited scripture. I left a stare on due to this. However the scripture referenced was of strictly Christian/Catholic biblical literature. This isn't an issue because it's were most of the relavence with exclusively Lucifer resides, however the author never once references in the "codex gigas" or any other historical legend. The closest he gets is in Hebrew literarure, this book is like a giant summery of the book of jobe. He doesn't even acknowledge the true reason the Christian good left Lucifer alone on earth in the first place.
it gets worse the author has really religious conservative ideas that he protects onto the readers in one of the chapters. He trys to establish relevance, but it's just doesn't hold.
Anyways extremely disappointed, I wanted to actually learn about Lucifer. Not get told "Lucifer is sin a thousand times, then get told all my generations technology is based on him.

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  • Eric Hennes
  • 20-12-20

Know before reading...

There is way too much reference to the Bible. There is so much that it affects the flow of the book. It reads more like a litany of biblical references rather than an informative story about Lucifer.