reply to post by DontTreadOnMe
So the LORD God said to the snake: "Because of what you
have done, you will be the only animal to suffer this curse-- For as
long as you live, you will crawl on your stomach and eat dirt. You
and this woman will hate each other; your descendants and hers will
always be enemies. One of hers will strike you on the head, and you
will strike him on the heel." -- Genesis 3:14-15
God told the serpent that Eve's descendants and the serpent's
descendants would always be enemies. Eve's descendants include Jesus
Christ. Jesus is from the human bloodline. The serpent also has
descendants. This is the satanic or demonic bloodline. Another
word for descendants is seed.
More and more people were born, until finally they spread all over the
earth. Some of their daughters were so beautiful that supernatural
beings came down and married the ones they wanted. The children of the
supernatural beings who had married these women became famous heroes
and warriors. They were called Nephilim and lived on the earth at that
time and even later. -- Genesis 6:1,2,4
Supernatural beings had children with human women. These supernatural
beings are fallen angels, or demons. The children are called Nephilim.
Note that Nephilim lived on the earth "at that time and even later".
Due to all the Nephilim everywhere on earth, being evil and corrupt,
God sent the flood to destroy them. Noah was from the human bloodline,
so he was protected. Were Noah and his family the only members left
of the human bloodline? Noah is described as "perfect in his
But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD. These are the
generations of Noah: Noah was a just man and perfect in his
generations, and Noah walked with God. -- Genesis 6:8-9.
Jesus Christ is in the human bloodline. You can see his genealogy
in Luke 3:22-38, and Matthew 1:1-17. Jesus Christ is the descendant
of Eve who crushes the serpent's descendant's head. When Jesus
returns, things will be just as they were at the time of Noah.
When the Son of Man appears, things will be just as they were when
Noah lived. -- Matthew 24:37
In the time of Noah, there were Nephilim all over the world being
evil. Are there Nephilim amongst us now?
Jesus then told them this story:
The kingdom of heaven is like what happened when a farmer scattered
good seed in a field. But while everyone was sleeping, an enemy came
and scattered weed seeds in the field and then left.
When the plants came up and began to ripen, the farmer's servants
could see the weeds. The servants came and asked, "Sir, didn't you
scatter good seed in your field? Where did these weeds come from?"
"An enemy did this," he replied.
His servants then asked, "Do you want us to go out and pull up the
"No!" he answered. "You might also pull up the wheat. Leave the weeds
alone until harvest time. Then I'll tell my workers to gather the
weeds and tie them up and burn them. But I'll have them store the
wheat in my barn." -- Matthew 13:24-30
After Jesus left the crowd and went inside, his disciples came to him
and said, "Explain to us the story about the weeds in the wheat
field." Jesus answered:
The one who scattered the good seed is the Son of Man. The field is
the world, and the good seeds are the people who belong to the
kingdom. The weed seeds are those who belong to the evil one, and
the one who scattered them is the devil. The harvest is the end of
time, and angels are the ones who bring in the harvest.
Weeds are gathered and burned. That's how it will be at the end of
time. The Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will gather
from his kingdom everyone who does wrong or causes others to sin. Then
he will throw them into a flaming furnace, where people will cry and
grit their teeth in pain. But everyone who has done right will shine
like the sun in their Father's kingdom. If you have ears, pay
attention! -- Matthew 13:36-43
The weed seeds are those who belong to the evil one, and the one
who scattered them is the devil. Jesus warned us that the demon
seed is living amongst us. You can't tell the difference between
wheat and the weeds (called tares), until the plant makes seeds.
Wheat makes golden seeds, and tares makes black seeds. Wheat is
good to eat. Tares will make you sick if you eat it.
Jesus is allowing the demons to live among us until the end of
time, the harvest. Then they will be burned.
"When the Son of Man comes in his glory with all of his angels, he
will sit on his royal throne. The people of all nations will be
brought before him, and he will separate them, as shepherds separate
their sheep from their goats.
He will place the sheep on his right and the goats on his left. Then
the king will say to those on his right, "My father has blessed you!
Come and receive the kingdom that was prepared for you before the
world was created. When I was hungry, you gave me something to eat,
and when I was thirsty, you gave me something to drink. When I was a
stranger, you welcomed me, and when I was naked, you gave me clothes
to wear. When I was sick, you took care of me, and when I was in jail,
you visited me."
Then the ones who pleased the Lord will ask, "When did we give you
something to eat or drink? 38When did we welcome you as a stranger or
give you clothes to wear 39or visit you while you were sick or in
jail?" The king will answer, "Whenever you did it for any of my
people, no matter how unimportant they seemed, you did it for me."
Then the king will say to those on his left, "Get away from me! You
are under God's curse. Go into the everlasting fire prepared for the
devil and his angels! I was hungry, but you did not give me anything
to eat, and I was thirsty, but you did not give me anything to
drink. I was a stranger, but you did not welcome me, and I was naked,
but you did not give me any clothes to wear. I was sick and in jail,
but you did not take care of me."
Then the people will ask, "Lord, when did we fail to help you when you
were hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in jail?" The
king will say to them, "Whenever you failed to help any of my people,
no matter how unimportant they seemed, you failed to do it for me."
Then Jesus said, "Those people will be punished forever. But the ones
who pleased God will have eternal life."" -- Matthew 25:31-46
Note that in Matthew 25, the goats are sent into the everlasting fire
prepared for the devil and his angels. Who is that everlasting fire
prepared for? It is prepared for the devil and his angels. Who will be
sent into that fire? The devil and his angels will be sent into that
fire. It is prepared for them. Therefore, the goats are the devil's
angels, or demons, or Nephilim.
Humans won't be thrown into that fire, because the fire is not
prepared for humans. Humans won't be thrown into that fire, because
Jesus bought all the humans. God owns all the humans, why would he
destroy them? God loves all humans and wants us all to be saved.
Jesus paid for every sin every human ever did. There is no need for
humans to be punished any more. Jesus has already been punished.
Look after yourselves and everyone the Holy Spirit has placed in your
care. Be like shepherds to God's church. It is the flock that he
bought with the blood of his own Son. -- Acts 20:28
Consequently, just as the result of one trespass was condemnation for
all men, so also the result of one act of righteousness was
justification that brings life for all men. For just as through the
disobedience of the one man the many were made sinners, so also
through the obedience of the one man the many will be made righteous.
-- Romans 5:18,19
Jesus bought all men with his blood. This means that Jesus bought
every human who ever lived or ever will live. Humans are Jesus's
sheep. Jesus has a flock, it is made up of all humans.
We have put our hope in the living God, who is the Savior of everyone,
but especially of those who have faith. -- 1 Timothy 4:10
Jesus is the Saviour of everyone.
God wants everyone to be saved and to know the whole truth, which is,
There is only one God, and Christ Jesus is the only one who can bring
us to God. -- 1 Timothy 2:4,5
God wants everybody to be saved, Jesus is the Saviour of everybody,
Jesus bought all humans with his blood. All humans will be saved.
So who are the goats? Obviously, they are not humans. They are the
demon seed. They are the goats in the fields of sheep. They are the
tares in the fields of wheat. They are the wolves tearing at the flock
of sheep. They are Nephilim, fallen angels, demons, Satan's servants.
Anyway, they are no more than false apostles and dishonest
workers. They only pretend to be apostles of Christ. And it is no
wonder. Even Satan tries to make himself look like an angel of
light. So why does it seem strange for Satan's servants to pretend to
do what is right? Someday they will get exactly what they deserve.
-- 2 Corinthians 11:13-15
Bearing in mind that Satan was the snake or serpent in the Garden,
and that Satan's servants pretend to be working for God, consider
what Jesus said about the religious leaders.
You Pharisees and teachers are nothing but show-offs, and you're in
for trouble! You build monuments for the prophets and decorate the
tombs of good people. And you claim that you would not have taken part
with your ancestors in killing the prophets. But you prove that you
really are the relatives of the ones who killed the prophets. So keep
on doing everything they did. You are nothing but snakes and the
children of snakes! How can you escape going to hell? -- Matthew
Why did Jesus say that these snakes cannot escape going to hell?
It's because they are demons, they are Satan's seed, and their
fate is sealed. They do not have God inside them, only Satan.
They cannot be saved.
You are a bunch of evil snakes, so how can you say anything good? Your
words show what is in your hearts. -- Matthew 12:34
And John the baptist also called them snakes:
Many Pharisees and Sadducees also came to be baptized. But John said
to them: You bunch of snakes! Who warned you to run from the coming
judgment? Do something to show that you have really given up your
sins. -- Luke 3:7,8
Jesus called the religious leaders snakes and children of snakes. He
said that their ancestors killed the prophets. Surely this shows that
the religious leaders were demons or Nephilim. The religious leaders
were the ones who wanted Jesus killed. They crushed his heel. This is
the battle from Genesis between the descendants of the serpent, and
Jesus Christ the descendant of Eve.
Finally, the devil took Jesus up on a very high mountain and showed
him all the kingdoms on earth and their power. The devil said to him,
"I will give all this to you, if you will bow down and worship me."
Jesus answered, "Go away Satan! The Scriptures say: `Worship the Lord
your God and serve only him.' " -- Matthew 4:8-10
Satan offered to give to Jesus all the kingdoms on earth and their
power, but Jesus refused. This shows that Satan rules the whole world.
Satan said that he will give his power over the world to people who
will bow down and worship him. Remember that a lot of people aren't
human, they are nephilim or demons. Remember that you can't tell who
is human and who is demon, except by their fruit. Just like you can't
tell wheat from tares.
Who do you think Satan has given his power to? Wouldn't he give it to
people in his own bloodline? Weren't the leaders in Jerusalem called
snakes by our Lord? How many snakes are in control of the world today?