1) Revelation 12:4 KJV
[4] And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born.... Notice that in the passage the dragon is
2) said to be a heavenly being, or at least “in the heavens.” As his sphere of operation on this earth is religious, his geographical location is up and down through the waters—the heavens. The Scriptures interpret themselves, and a “star” in Scripture does not always refer to
3) a sun. Sometimes it does, but where the first definition appears in Revelation 1:20, a star is called “an angel.” When these stars are cast to the earth in Revelation 6:13, they are obviously angels and not suns. If the stars, as such, fell to the earth as suns or planets,
4) they would burn the earth up immediately. (The Bible uses a common language which any man can understand, and anybody understands that the word “star” does not always refer to planet or sun.
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