Hell’s Response to Heaven’s Plan for Christmas  

And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. (Genesis 3:15, KJV)

In the hushed moments of the garden, God whispered a promise that echoed through the ages — a promise of redemption through the seed of a woman. Genesis 3:15 is often seen as the first prophetic whisper of Christmas, foretelling the birth of a Savior destined to defeat Satan.

Imagine Satan’s reaction upon hearing these divine declarations. Having just ensnared humanity, he was now facing a promised threat — a child who would crush his dominion. This set the stage for a celestial conflict that weaves its way through scripture, culminating in the birth and life of Jesus.

The scriptures paint a vivid picture of this spiritual warfare. In Revelation 12:3-4, John describes a formidable dragon — Satan, poised to destroy the promised child. This symbolic representation captures the essence of Satan’s relentless pursuit throughout history. So horrifying was the sight that John described it as a “Great wonder”.

This battle against the seed of promise is seen in Pharaoh’s decree to kill Hebrew boys, an early sign that the Messiah would emerge from Abraham’s lineage. Similarly, King Herod’s massacre of Bethlehem’s male children was another desperate attempt by Satan to thwart God’s plan. Despite these efforts, the ultimate confrontation took place at Calvary. There, Satan believed he had won by orchestrating Christ’s crucifixion. Yet, in a divine paradox, the cross became the very means of his defeat.

As we celebrate Christmas, we remember this triumphant narrative. The Christ child, born in a humble manger, emerged victorious, crushing the serpent’s head and setting humanity free.

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