What Does the Devil Look Like? The Devil is an invisible spirit person, which means that he does not have a physical appearance.—Ephesians 6:11, 12.
How does the Bible describe the Devil?
The Bible uses a number of analogies regarding the Devil. These help us to understand, not his appearance, but his personality. Some of these analogies include:
An angel of light. He pretends to offer something good to try to get people to follow his teachings rather than those of God.—2 Corinthians 11:14.
A roaring lion. He fiercely attacks God’s worshippers.—1 Peter 5:8.
A great dragon. He is frightful, powerful, and destructive.—Revelation 12:9.
Bible verses about the Devil
2 Corinthians 11:14: “Satan himself keeps disguising himself as an angel of light.”
Meaning: Satan pretends to be good in order to fool people into following his teachings rather than those of God.
Ephesians 6:11: “Put on the complete suit of armor from God so that you may be able to stand firm against the crafty acts of the Devil.”
Meaning: The Devil schemes to get people to disobey God.
James 4:7: “Subject yourselves to God; but oppose the Devil, and he will flee from you.”
Meaning: A person can defeat Satan by obeying God rather than the Devil.
1 Peter 5:8: “Your adversary, the Devil, walks about like a roaring lion, seeking to devour someone.”
Meaning: The Devil hates those who obey God and wants to destroy their friendship with Him.
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