A gap in the Bible.. a second Saviour - the three days after the Crucifixion, and before the Resurrection. Found to have risen shortly after his death, Jesus spent the next three days with Satan, when Satan was still favoured by God before he was cast to Hell. The reader discovers Satan sought to save Mankind from God, and how all was not good in Heaven at the time.. told by the Holy Spirit More
There is a gap in the Bible – the three days after Jesus was taken down from the Cross, and before his Resurrection. This story is about those three days. Scripture has Jesus rising from the dead on the third day – instead, in Double Christ we find Jesus rising shortly after being taken down from the cross. The reader follows his movements during the next three days where we learn Jesus spent most of his time in the company of Hassatan – or Satan as he is known today, but Satan when he was still favoured by God as his Chief Adversary, before he was cast from Heaven. The reader discovers Satan was Mankind’s greatest champion, and of how all was not good in Heaven at that time. A story told by the Holy Spirit (Paraclete), God's partner, in her words…
Joey Branstutter, DVM
on Sep. 26, 2014 :
Pure confusion. Satan has no power over Jesus. Satan is already defeated, even from the foundation of the world: Christ was prophesied to "bruise the serpent's head..." as early as Genesis chapter 3. Satan is a loser. Jesus is a winner. Pure and simple! Don't waste your time reading 122 pages of craziness.