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David Ewart

There is an important difference between having "power" and having "dominion." In Scripture, Satan / the Devil / the Evil One may exercise power, but they are always subject to the dominion of God.
In this story, Satan over-states, i.e., lies, about his authority. He has not been given, and does not have, dominion.

Angela

Are you sure that it is stating that God has dominion over the kingdoms over the world? I'd read 1 John 5:19 first.

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