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Yet the devil keeps them in ignorance so they don't utilize their divine rights. Once they understand the basis of their dominion in Christ, they live a new life, attendant with power and victories. If you were left a fabulous legacy by a loved one and did not know about it, you could live in abject poverty and perhaps die of starvation while actually possessing great wealth. This is just as true in spiritual life. It is imperative that you know—and know that you know—your rights as a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ.
This description certainly represents a personality. John refers to the devil as the dragon (Rev. 20:2), describing his awful destruction upon humanity. Jesus said of the devil in John 8:44: He ... abode not in the truth. It takes a personality to depart from the truth. The devil is also called: that Wicked (2 Thess. 2:8). the god of this world (2 Cor. 4:4). the tempter (1 Thess. 3:5). the power of darkness (Col. 1:13). your adversary (1 Pet. 5:8). the accuser of our brethren (Rev. 12:10). the prince of the devils (Matt.
If Jesus says He does not know a person at the Judgment, it is because that person never was covered by Christ's blood. There is no other means of salvation. As a matter of fact, there are many who claim special power to heal and deliver who are not blood-washed Christians. Spiritualists and Christian Scientists, as well as other cultists and misguided individuals, have made great claims of doing wonderful things in Jesus' name. But because they are not covered by the blood of Jesus, He will say to them, "Depart from me: I never knew you," when they face Him at the Judgment.