Step three: When Jerome translated the Hebrew book of Isaiah into Latin (while writing the Latin Vulgate Bible), he had only a vague idea what the Hebrew word “Helel” meant.
When you understand the origin of this name, you will realize how ridiculous this argument becomes.
The king sought the glory associated with “Helel,” but God had other plans.
He would bring this wicked king down to the depths of the Earth where he belonged (verse 11).
Unfortunately, this has become a well-held tradition in the Church, both the idea that Isaiah is about Satan, and that Satan’s name was Lucifer. Now, a really interesting thing with the KJVO claims is that by changing Isaiah to read “Morning Star” while at the same time translating 2 Peter as “morning star” (e.g.
NIV) we’ve now associated Jesus with Satan, giving them both the same name!
Following is a list of some of the things the enemy wants to see in churches and Christians in order to bring them down.