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The Fall of Satan from Paradise Cause Effect The Fall of Satan from Paradise Lost by John Milton is an epic poem which illustrates of Satans rebellion and exile from the great celestial city In the poem Satan stands up against The Almighty GOD and as a result he is cast out of heaven with the angels that he turned against GOD Milton also tries to illustrate conversations the Devil had with Beelzebub price of devils lines 79-81 Mat 1224 John Milton is in agreement with the Bible which states that Satan was exiled from heaven because of his pride Lines 36-37 of the selection and Isaiah 1413 of the bible proves this Satans heart was out of order from the beginning Isaiah 1414 the Archenemys thoughts were that he was and wanted to be acknowledged as equal the Most High GOD So the enemy decided to wage futile war against The Lord GOD As a consequence of the apostate Angels mutinous actions he immediately was cast out of heaven with the angels he corrupted Line 44-49 Isaiah 1415 The demonic fiend then vowed to never to repent and always to be contrary to the will of GOD As illustrated in Miltons epic Yet not for those Nor what the potent Victor in his rage Can inflict do I repent or change Lines 94-99 All is not lost the unconquerable will And study of revenge immortal hate And courage never to submit Lines 106-108 The bible also tells the enemys task The thief cometh not But for to steal and to kill and to destroy John 1010 The enemy then tries to come against The Lords creations who he knows are supposed to carry the Glory of GOD In conclusion Satan came up against the almighty God only to be mightily knocked back down and trampled on by the children of GOD who know their authority in
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