Satan lives Job 1:6-22

At the start of the Bible he appears as the snake in the garden of Eden,luring humankind into rebellion against God. Genc3:1_7. In the. back of the Book of the Bible, he is the leader of worldwide evil, or being who gets tossed in the lake of fire Rev 20:10. In the middle ,he prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour 1 Pet 5:8

In Job ,Satan talks with God in heaven ,complaining that he can’t shake Job’ faith because the lord protects the devout man. He wants to pull you down into whatever sin he can. He has the power to incite war, murder, to take drinks, drugs and all evil. as God permits

Satan can only be in one place at a time God is everywhere. Satan cannot see the future. Our God holds the future. Satan cannot read your thoughts. God knows everything ,even the number of hairs in our head Satan needs God’ s permission to attack Gods children

Psalm 89:5_8 Lord is more awesome than all who surround him. King of ages, Lord Jesus reigns.

Cynthia Sathiaraj

Job 1:21 “Naked I came from my mother’s womb, naked I’ll return to the womb of the earth. God gives, God takes. God’s name be ever blessed.”

Job was a very rich man with 10,000 animals, a lot of servants and 10 children.
But… He was a spiritual, prayerful man who trusted God.
The seven sons and three daughters, all grew up in spiritual well-being.

Multiple disasters happened to this innocent man, including the death of his ten children and the loss of his entire material assets.

Even Though everything got snatched from him, — but this godly man did not curse the Lord.

Here we see that

It could’ve been so easy to decide that God had rejected him.

But instead he fell on the ground in order to worship the Lord, and cried out, saying: Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I shall return there. The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.


Some of us may, not only question God, but they get mad at Him, blame Him, even curse Him, and refuse to worship Him because a loved one died.

With our limited capacity for knowledge and understanding, we do not have any idea why God does what He does, when He does it, or why He allows some things to happen.

God is omniscient, He knows everything.
Job did not lose faith in God because bad things happened to him and his family.
Bad things will happen to all of us.

However, our troubles, trials, and tribulations are but a test of our faith.
We should not blame God because we failed the test.
We should praise and bless The Lord at all times. (Psalms 34:1)

Our problem is that we have very little faith in God, and since we do not exercise our faith, it is weak.

If we exercise our faith more often, we could develop faith like Job had and be able to praise Him during the bad times of our lives, even after the death of loved ones.

Remember that the earth is The Lord’s and the fullness thereof, the world, and they that dwell therein. (Psalm 24:1)

Everything that we have belongs to Him. He has blessed us with it, a temporary loan, to enjoy it for a season.

Jooley Mathew Z