Lost And Found
December 2, 2012 in Activism
Of all of the years that I was lost, even as a teenager, I never once switched Satan as the good guy and Christ as the bad guy. Not once. And trust me, I was more lost than most people I’ve ever met.
When someone does that, they are making a final decision as to where they are placing their heart. My thing was, I hadn’t made my decision yet. Until I was 19.
I think there is a major difference between thinking about Christ being the bad guy, and actually 100% deciding that it is the truth. I would imagine that once you do that, you are giving yourself over to Evil, when you accept Satan with 100% of your heart. And I’m not sure that there is ever any coming back from that. I’ve never seen it happen anyways.
I do know that once you accept Christ with 100% of your heart, you are a changed person. Forever. I can say that with absolute certainty.
I would imagine that when the opposite happens, you are a changed person forever too.
I also believe that no one who accepts Satan into their heart as their “savior” would ever become a Christian afterwards. I think someone who thinks that this is what they’ve done, or who has been told that this is what is best for them, and went along with it, or who found it only tempting and interesting to continue looking into it, even if it meant swearing an oath that they really didn’t put their whole being behind, doesn’t qualify as Truly switching one for the other in their hearts.
So in those cases I think those people can definitely still become Christians. But not someone who falls in love with Satan, and “marries” him so to speak. The Bible talks about how Christians marry God as well. In the Bridal chamber. I think there is a similar process that Satanists and Illuminati members have to go through once they reach the highest levels.