Does Satan Have a Second Comforter?

I was asked this question: “Does Satan have a Second Comforter equivalent?”

My response: “Of course, he will come to each servant before they receive a fullness of Christ and offer them the dark version of Eternal Life if they will follow Him. He did this to Cain. He did it even to Christ. He will do it to you at some point. For those that become as the angels, they too will be lured by Lucifer to follow him at the end of the Millennium when he is loosed for a season again. There is opposition always, but few actually choose that path as a percentage of those among the Elect.”

Learning to deal with the Adversary is part of the schooling of a servant of the Lord. Jesus taught his disciples how to handle such things. Those who will help to gather Israel will also understand the Adversary well before the day, and then learn much more as they begin their missions.

Some may ask, “Why do I need to deal with Satan?” The greater the spiritual blessing, the greater Satan is allowed to tempt us. But the Lord does not leave us comfortless. For those who are called to deal with such things I tell you this – it will be one of the most humbling experiences in your life for you will come to know the Lord in this manner more than any other. You will learn how to exercise faith in Christ and exercise the power of His light and authority as a servant of the Lord. And remember, “Perfect love [for the Lord], casteth our all fear.”

As far as I know, only those who will receive their calling and election made sure will confront Satan directly in this life. This is the highest level of a Second Comforter experience. All the Lord’s servants will at some point experience this; however, it doesn’t mean each will in this life. The most important thing to focus on is receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, which is your path to Eternal Life and Exaltation. After that, the Lord will lead you toward the Tree of Life. Focus on your relationship with Him and you will experience all you need in this life to prepare you for the next. It is a beautiful journey.

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11 Responses to Does Satan Have a Second Comforter?

  1. Myrsmakeup says:


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  2. Jake Box says:

    PR, who are the elect? My sense is that the elect are those foreordained 2nd estates to move forward in Recieving the baptism of fire/the gift of the Holy Ghost/second comfortor to move on to their 3rd estates. My sense is that the elect are not of the 4th estates or saviors on mountain Zion but are to be gathered in by the 4th estates and ministering angels to be prepared in all things or does the meaning of elect consider 3rd and 4th estates and a more encompassing meaning? [That is correct. The Elect are those who made covenants before this world. They are the House of Israel. It doesn’t necessarily mean those called Jews, for the Elect are sprinkled throughout the world today having been placed by God during the Times of the Gentiles to help raise them up like the leaven of the earth. (PR)]

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  3. Karla says:

    Can you expand on what you said about after this “He will lead you to the tree of Life” why is it? And I know all things must come first in the Spirit and then physically, He will lead us to to the tree to be awaken and be ready to receive more? Physically? Thanks! [Yes, after we receive the gift of the Holy Ghost, as we continue to cling to the iron rod we are led to the Tree. The Tree is the witness of Christ, the fullness of His love and reality. That will happen for some in this life (according to their faith), and many in the next. (PR)]

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  4. Nate says:

    Maybe this isn’t the best post for this question, but why did the Lord command Moses to kill thousands of Israelites? In A Witness of the End of Times, it says Satan will appear as the Messiah (in the middle east) and slaughter everyone who doesnt bow to him. That reminded me of Moses… was it because the people had received and sinned against the Shekinah? Were they commitng human sacrifice?

    Exodus 32:27,26
    27 And he said unto them, Thus saith the Lord God of Israel, Put every man his sword by his side, and go in and out from gate to gate throughout the camp, and slay every man his brother, and every man his companion, and every man his neighbour.

    28 And the children of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and there fell of the people that day about three thousand men.


  5. There is a clear difference between the people of Israel and the innocent who will be slain by Satan before the Second Coming. The wicked Israelites, through their idol worship (including sacrifice and sexual orgies), were separating themselves from God’s protection which would lead to the complete annihilation of Israel. It was an act of war against God Himself. It required the destruction of those who defied God and to guarantee the Hebrews blessings and lives.

    “And the Lord said unto Moses, Go, get thee down; for thy people, which thou broughtest out of the land of Egypt, have corrupted themselves:They have turned aside quickly out of the way which I commanded them: they have made them a molten calf, and have worshipped it, and have sacrificed there unto, and said, These be thy gods, O Israel, which have brought thee up out of the land of Egypt. 9 And the Lord said unto Moses, I have seen this people, and, behold, it is a stiffnecked people: 10 Now therefore let me alone, that my wrath may wax hot against them, and that I may consume them: and I will make of thee a great nation. Exodus 32:7-10

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  6. Nate says:

    When you say sacrifice, you mean they sacrificed humans and children? I’m just trying to understand, the Lord didn’t kill those who crucified him. He said pray for your enemies.


  7. I don’t believe they were killing people, but making other kinds of sacrifices. As I said, this was a matter of the survival of a covenant people. Had they not been put to death their disobedience would have led to God withdrawing His protection from the people. It would have not been long before they would have been destroyed by either armies, pestilence, or some other force. In the Old Testament, although difficult to understand, every action commanded by God is an act of mercy and love, just as the flood at the time of Noah.

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  8. Nate says:

    You said it was an act of war against God Himself, how so? The Bible lacks clarity without context, I think most people think these Israelites were just nice people that sinned/made mistakes. [No. They had already broken their oath and were lost. Understand, these were not just nice people making a mistake. These were vile opposers of God. They knew what they were doing and were outright rejecting the Lord, striving to bring all the Israelites with them. PR]

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  9. daniel Dylan says:

    (“Of course, he will come to each servant before they receive a fullness of Christ and offer them the dark version of Eternal Life if they will follow Him. He did this to Cain. He did it even to Christ. He will do it to you at some point.”) When Satan came to you to before you received a fullness of Christ, did you feel horrible evil and darkness, or did he come as a being of calmness like he was giving you a great opportunity in your life? With the attitude I’m no devil, here’s a better opportunity that easier and has greater rewards. [First he appeals to pride and lust, and then to fear. PR]

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  10. truthseeker1820 says:

    The scripture that the Lord will not leave us comfortless is very powerful… I just looked up the Greek word used in the original text and the word is orphanos. The Lord is literally saying He will not leave us as orphans. That He will not leave us Fatherless. What an expressive and powerful statement from our Lord!

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  11. “First he [Satan] appeals to pride and lust, and then to fear.”
    Will he appear visually or will it be in our minds and hearts that he tempts us? [He typically doesn’t appear visually until one’s spiritual eyes are open to the extent that it is not a surprise to see him. PR]

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