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Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star, Vol. 96: May 10, 1934
The word devil is a contraction from the Greek word diabolus, which interpreted means a malicious accuser, or demon, and is equivalent to the Hebrew word Satan, an enemy or adversary.
The Scripture which I quoted at the beginning of my remarks, and the context to which your attention is called, teach us that this personage to whom we com mouly refer as the devil was Lucifer, a son of the morning, an angel in authority, who re belled against the Father and the Son, because of which he was cast down to earth with those who followed after him, and became Perdition, the lost one over whom the heavens wept. Jesus, referring to his fall, says: I saw Satan as lightning fall from heaven.
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