reply to post by BELIEVERpriest
I still dont see where Peter states that ALL fallen angels are in Sheol, BUT if that is the case, then they will not be released until the Last
Judgement, which occurs at the end of the Millenium. Therefore, Apollyon and his fleet are not fallen angels, but their resurrected sons, the
It is not only Peter who says this. You must also consider that Jude and Isaiah both agree with Peter. You are mistaken to believe that the fallen
angels will only be released at the end of the one thousand years reign of Christ. They are released from the Abyss at the onset of the Tribulation
and then sealed again at the end of the Tribulation for the following one thousand years and then released again after the one thousand years reign of
Christ. Then comes the end. The Abyss is the Greek for Bottomless Pit, Hades, Hell, Sheol, Grave, Pit and many other connotations. Apollyon (Greek)
is Abaddon (Hebrew) is both an entity in a sense which is called the destroyer or can be referenced as a place in the underworld. The Nephillim will
never be resurrected from the Abyss simply because they are not in the Abyss. The Nephillim are the demons that have neither a place in heaven or
hell and shall be destroyed at the white throne judgment.
“The "gods" are fallen angels. They inhereted the earth when Adam fell. In this session, God is chastizing the fallen angels for ruling unjustly
(rather than repenting), and tells the that they will "die like men", and "fall like a prince". This fall is the same fall to Sheol foretold in
Isaiah, and fulfilled in Revelation 20. The prince that fell was Apollyon/Nimrod. He was the insrument of the "gods" in their plan to unify all of
earth against God. Psalm 82:8 foretells of Christ inhereting all of the Earth when the fallen angels are finally cast in Sheol, when the Millenium
Once again I disagree with your understanding of gods. In the ancient days the rulers of men were called lords, judges and gods among many other
names. An example of that is the following.
Exodus 7:1 And Jehovah said unto Moses, See, I have made thee as God to Pharaoh; and Aaron thy brother shall be thy prophet.
The gods mentioned here in Psalms 82:6 are not angels but are appointed judges and they are to act in a fair and God like manner. In order to
understand you must read in thought and go back to Psalms 81: 8 through Psalms 82:6. This is one of the great mistakes of people who do not read in
context of thought. The original scriptures were not in chapters or verse but were in thought of contextual meaning.
(8) Hear, O my people, and I will testify unto thee: O Israel, if thou wouldest hearken unto me! (9) There shall no strange god be in thee; Neither
shalt thou worship any foreign god. (10) I am Jehovah thy God, Who brought thee up out of the land of Egypt: Open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it.
(11) But my people hearkened not to my voice; And Israel would none of me. (12) So I let them go after the stubbornness of their heart, That they
might walk in their own counsels. (13) Oh that my people would hearken unto me, That Israel would walk in my ways! (14) I would soon subdue their
enemies, And turn my hand against their adversaries. (15) The haters of Jehovah should submit themselves unto him: But their time should endure for
ever. (16 He would feed them also with the finest of the wheat; And with honey out of the rock would I satisfy thee. God standeth in the congregation
of God; He judgeth among the gods. 82:1 God standeth in the congregation of God; He judgeth among the gods. (2) How long will ye judge unjustly, And
respect the persons of the wicked? Selah. (3) Judge the poor and fatherless: Do justice to the afflicted and destitute. (4) Rescue the poor and
needy: Deliver them out of the hand of the wicked. (5) They know not, neither do they understand; They walk to and fro in darkness: All the
foundations of the earth are shaken. (6) I said, Ye are gods, And all of you sons of the Most High. (7) Nevertheless ye shall die like men, And fall
like one of the princes. (8) Arise, O God, judge the earth; For thou shalt inherit all the nations.
Job 1:6&7 KJV
6 Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them. 7 And the LORD said unto
Satan, Whence comest thou? Then Satan answered the LORD, and said, From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.
These verses make it clear, that at the very least Day Star was still roaming Earth, and presented himself before the Divine Council.
If you examine the words of your bible in Job, you should understand that Day Star was going to and fro IN the earth and not On the earth and walking
up and down IN the earth and not On the earth. How could Day Star walk up and down on the earth? You could understand walking to and fro on the
earth but not up and down on the earth. This can only be understood as Day Star walking in all four directions inside of this earth and not on the
surface of the earth.
By your own understanding you should realize and embrace 1 Enoch to explain your problem.