As it stood in the last post, Part 4 of, “Who do you say I am?” Jesus was left dead, hanging on the cross. I could hardly stand to leave Him like this since He did indeed arise from the dead three days later. Furthermore, when Jesus returns, He will return as a mighty warrior instad of a humble servant. So, now that we’ve seen Jesus mocked, scorned, beaten, oppressed, and killed, I thought it would be nice to see the devil get back all that he deserves.
Please Note: I edited here and removed certain parts of this ‘part’ because some things would give away the story! But please enjoy a part that is toward the end of Book Three of my Trilogy, Martyrdom Series, Soul Savior. I thought you might enjoy my rendition of Jesus coming to defeat the enemy! Be aware also; although this seems like the very end of the book, it is not. There is more after this.
IT IS DONE!©2012 Lyn Leahz
All of a sudden a loud voice pierced the silence, “It is done!” The heavens parted open with a thunderous roar when an enormous white horse with a man having the appearance of a most authoritative warrior seated upon it emerged from the clouds.
Voices in the heavens shook the earth with a mighty rumble as they called out, “Faithful and True! In righteousness He judges and makes war!”
This particular warrior had come once as a humble servant to make peace and to establish the unquenchable love of the Father upon all the earth. However, now He came as a first class leader with a vengeance as well as a mission to pour out the wrath of God upon all of those who had rejected Him, the Chief Cornerstone, and to judge all of humanity across the globe. This time, the Lord of Lord and King of Kings had come in righteousness and in truth to make war against the enemy and those who served him; He had come to exterminate the kingdom of hell on earth and to vindicate His people who had waited for so long!
His eyes appeared like flames of fire, and He wore too many crowns upon His head to even count! Serif and Haman had been performing miracles at the coliseum, rejoicing in their own glory; but now they stood with their mouths gaping open, trembling in fear, as they dropped to their knees in submission.
There was a name written across His crown, but no one could distinguish what it said, for there was no man, nor angel, nor demon, nor beast of the earth who could interpret its writing.
As this Faithful and True man of righteous war drew closer, it became apparent that His robes were dripping with the blood of His enemies—and with another loud rumble the voices from the heavens shouted once again, “His name is called The Word of God!”
Every man and woman fell to their knees, shuddering with great fear, realizing now they’d been deceived and were about to be destroyed by the right hand of the true God. They were all struck with an instantaneous awareness that the martyred victims had been right all along; but it was much too late to go back now, they’d bowed before the Beast and worshiped his image—and they’d taken his mark.
Following directly behind Christ were millions of white horses carrying the expansive and zealous armies of heaven; each was clothed in the finest of linen, perfectly white and clean, without a single blemish. Their eyes glowed with power and fury, ready to avenge their own blood, and the blood of their martyred sisters and brothers in Christ.
Mighty and ferocious, He sat upon His horse lifting His strong arms up high into the air; no one even so much as dared to challenge Him. He’d been ready to wage war on the enemy—and now His time had finally come to do just that. This warrior didn’t need any armor, nor did He need to concern Himself with the exposure of His unbreakable flesh. Part of His muscle bound bare leg hung out of His robe, and the same message written across His robe was upon His thigh. It was the name so many before Him had tried to fraudulently steal, but it was His name alone and it belonged to only Him: King of Kings and Lord of Lords!
The clouds gave way as an angel stood nearby in the gleam of the sunlight; it was Altonai! He cried out with a loud voice, commanding every bird flying in the midst of heaven, “Come and gather together for the supper of the great God that you may eat the flesh of kings, the flesh of captains, the flesh of mighty men, the flesh of horses and of those who sit on them, and the flesh of all people, free and slave, both small and great!”
Those who belonged to Satan knew they’d been had, and they weren’t sure what to do. Their only hope of survival, if any at all, would be to fight against this mighty king and His people. The false prophet, the Antichrist, their soldiers, every man, and every woman ran toward this fierce warrior with their swords drawn, crying out in retaliation.
No sooner than they came near to Him, He opened His mouth and released a sharp sword, killing everyone in its path in only a moment’s time, except for the Antichrist and his false prophet.
Every MISSION soldier proceeded toward him in tanks, Humvees, jet fighters, and jeeps, all firing weapons at Jesus; but before a single bullet could escape its barrel, Jesus opened His mouth once again and instantly destroyed every vehicle, machine, and soldier. Crimson rivers began taking form, flowing all throughout the valley of Megiddo, combining into one great sea of blood.
Thousands of birds appearing like a black curtain swooped down from the sky, feeding on the flesh of the dead. The birds ate and ate until they were completely satisfied and full.
Jesus raised his stalwart arms and shook his fists vigorously as He cried out in retribution. At the sound of His mighty battle cry, the great army behind shouted as they fearlessly raised their fists and thrust them forwards and backwards, just as their triumphant leader had done.
Serif and Haman stood frozen with fear, for they knew all too well what the scriptures said would happen to them—they’d just never believed it until now! Jesus’ horse galloped right up to them before coming to a sudden halt, turning slightly sideways to face them as thick clouds of dust from its hooves filled the air. There wasn’t a single sound as Satan and his second in command trembled with fear and intimidation.
The Savior glared down into their eyes with a knowing grin as a look of dread shrouded their faces. “Hello Satan—it appears as if you weren’t expecting to see me. Did you not believe this day would come?”
They didn’t respond—they couldn’t, for they were far too evil and He was too pure; instead, they were rendered entirely speechless. His horse trotted in a single circle around them as Christ continued staring down at His defeated foes; dust and debris filling the air once again as the Antichrist and his false prophet choked and gasped for their breath. Alarmed and overcome with immense terror, their eyes remained fixed on His every move.
He smiled once again at the two cowering wicked devils before taking on a more enraged and hostile expression. With anger and authority in His voice, He pointed His finger downward into the enemy’s face as He cried aloud for all to hear, “You are done!”
Everyone roared and cheered as they waved their hands and their fists in jubilant relief.
Jesus crossed His right arm over His chest and smacked His left shoulder firmly with His fist three times in a row when two great angels suddenly stepped forward; it was Gebereth and Nafmari—both frighteningly enormous and enveloped in pure muscle! Each leaned down and took hold of Serif and Haman by their upper arms with force as the Saints seated on their horses behind Jesus cried out in praise and joy, for they would finally have revenge upon their enemy—justice would be served this day!
Jesus’ voice permeated the air as He boldly commanded, “Satan! I command you to come out of your human host Serif Kahtan at once!”
The Antichrist squirmed and flailed about in the hands of Gebereth. “I do not have to come out! This is my time!”
Jesus swung His leg over His horse as He stepped down and stood face to face with the Antichrist, who was the Beast, and who was the great World Leader. He lifted Him off of the ground and stared directly into his eyes. “I order you to come out of him at once! It is time for he and his false prophet to be cast into the lake of fire! Which do you prefer at this time Satan—the lake of fire or the bottomless pit?”
Sweat poured from Serif’s head as his face began contorting into various grotesque experessions. Jesus let go and stepped back because He knew what was about to happen. Serif gagged and vomited as his entire body convulsed when he finally dropped uncontrollably to the ground with a thud. He was lying on his back when a second being rose straight up out of him—Satan.
Instead of appearing as the beautiful Lucifer he once was before he was expelled from heaven, he appeared as the gnarled and hideous monster he had turned into when he rebelled against the Father thousands of years ago.
Jesus walked circles around Satan as Gebereth quickly took hold of Serif, the Antichrist, after picking him up off the ground. The Lord kept His eyes focused solely on Satan as He ordered Gebereth and Nafmari, “Throw these two men into the lake of fire at once! This is the path they have chosen!”
Gebereth and Nafmari bowed as they leapt, ascending with the two men in tow on their journey to the pits of hell. Panic-stricken and horrified, Haman frantically screamed as loud as he could, “Khalid! Khalid! I am your brother! Save me Khalid! I am family!”
Jesus glanced back at Khalid as they shook their heads back and forth in disbelief.
Now Jesus crossed His left arm over His chest and smacked His right shoulder firmly with His fist three times in a row when another glorious angel appeared—Jehuzeal; in his hand, he held a great and mighty chain and the key to the bottomless pit in the other.
Satan tried to run, though he didn’t even make it one single step; he tried to fight, but couldn’t even begin to raise his fist. He pointed his finger at Jesus, crying out like a lunatic, “You will never win! I am the winner! I am God! I Am that I Am!”
Jesus just laughed as He glanced over at Jehuzeal and nodded for him to go ahead and get him out of His sight, saying, “Oh really Lucifer? And what God has to remind his people who he is?”
Jesus leaned forward into Satan’s face while intently glaring into his sinister eyes; the boldness of His voice devastated the momentary silence. “I AM that I AM Lucifer, and you are therefore finished! My Father, My Holy Spirit, My people, and Myself have all had enough of you! ”
Jehuzeal seized Satan, binding him in chains before branding a seal upon him that he should deceive no more until the thousand years were finished. He screamed and begged for mercy, yet there was none found amongst the earth who had compassion or mercy for the old nasty serpent.
At that very moment, Jehuzeal mercilessly propelled him into the bottomless pit where he screamed, howled, and hissed until he could be heard no more. Jehuzeal held up the key in the sight of Jesus, the angels, and all of the saints as they shouted with glory and victory before finally locking the door.
Every angel and every saint continued clapping and praising God, giving shouts of triumph and success, proclaiming, “He is defeated! Praise God, the dragon, that serpent of old, who is the Devil and Satan, is defeated once and for all!”
When Jehuzeal suddenly lifted his hands, they ceased.
His proclamation burst forth with a rumble, “Saints, he is only locked away for 1,000 years—but after these things come to pass, he must be released…for a little while…and then he shall be defeated once and for all!”
Jesus turned to address all of the saints. “You’ve all done well, and now it’s time to clean up this mess so the New Jerusalem can descend on God’s Holy City! But first we must go to Petra and rescue the remnant, and then afterward, it’ll be time to rejoice!”