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Is There Really a Devil?

Is There Really a Devil?

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Jesus said, "My kingdom is not of this world" (John 18:36), so to whom does this world's kingdoms belong?

The Bible reveals much about an unseen power that works behind the scenes, shaping our world to its will and agenda. In this booklet you will discover the real source behind so many of the world's problems, and learn about the being who is determined to bend your thinking to his own.

This study answers many important questions, including:

YES or NO?
Does the Bible reveal that God created a devil? YES NO
Does the Bible show that heaven is the reward of the saved? YES NO
Does Scripture teach that Satan and his demons will torture the wicked forever in a burning hell? YES NO
Does the Bible tell us our immortal soul will go to either heaven or hell when we die? YES NO

The correct answer to all of the above is    NO




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