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The Supreme Court of Heaven

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There is a court in heaven. It is in session NOW.

The Judge is God.
The Defendant is God (Christ Jesus).
The Plaintiff is Satan.
The Witnesses are the people (on earth).

God established the Supreme Court of Heaven after the creation of the heavens and the earth. He established it because he had created beings both in heaven and on earth that had freewill. When their freewill would lead them against his will, then he would need to use this court to judge them. Either angels or people, all would have to face the judgement of God. No creature has power to escape God’s judgement in heaven.

In some cases compiled in this book of revelations, God appears in the court as the Defendant, because even his creation is allowed to file cases against him.

So if God is the Defendant in some cases, then who is the Judge?

God himself is the Judge. He is a perfect God such that he is able to preside as the Judge and the Defendant of the same case. He can pass a judgment against himself and also sentence himself! The Cross is a proof of that.

Case 1:
Judge: God
Plaintiff: Satan
Defendant: God (Jesus)
Witnesses: Abel

Case 2:
Judge: God
Plaintiff: Satan
Defendant: God (Jesus)
Witness: Lot

Case 3:
Judge: God
Plaintiff: Satan
Defendant: God (Jesus)
Witness: Gideon

Case 4:
Judge: God
Plaintiff: Satan
Defendant: God (Jesus)
Witness: John the Baptist

Case 5:
Judge: God
Plaintiff: Satan
Defendant: God (Jesus)
Witness: Stephen



Held in Heaven,   Case NO: 777-1077(1)

In the matter between:

Satan:  Plaintiff


God:  Defendant







The Defendant, GOD, the creator of the heavens and earth.

(Herein called the Defendant)


The Plaintiff, SATAN, the king of darkness,

(Herein called the Plaintiff)


hereby institutes action against the Defendant in which action the Plaintiff claims:

a) That God has spoiled Job by being overly protective and lavishing him with blessings, otherwise Job does not love God (Job 1: 10).



the Defendant further that if he disputes the claim, he must avail himself in the Supreme Court of Heaven to defend his position.



Physical Address:


Ref: Bible/Job/1



Case No. 777-1077(1). Argued on this day – Decided on this day.



In Heaven, God, the Defendant, was served by Satan with a summons through the Supreme Court sheriffs. He accused God of claiming that Job loved Him, yet according to Satan, the Plaintiff, Job did not love God, but was simply overly protected and overly blessed by God (Job 1: 10).

Since the summons mentioned that if the Defendant disputed the claim, he could respond against it, God decided to defend himself in the court.



Soon after the Judge, God, took His seat, Satan, the Plaintiff, was asked to make his opening statement.

He said that he was concerned about the way God was pleased with Job even though in reality Job did not necessarily love God. He claimed that Job was overly protected and blessed.

God, the Defendant (Jesus), was asked to give his opening statement.

He said that there is no way in which God could be fooled by man’s intentions; if God says that Job loves Him, then he really does.

The Devil was asked to prove his case.

He asked for permission to extract his evidence by testing Job, “Have you not put a hedge around him and his household and everything he has? You have blessed the work of his hands, so that his flocks and herds are spread throughout the land. But stretch out your hand and strike everything he has, and he will surely curse you to your face” (Job 1: 10-11).

God, the Judge, gave Satan the permission to extract his evidence from Job by testing him, “Very well, then, everything he has is in your hands, but on the man himself do not lay a finger” (Job 1: 12).

In disbelief, the court watched as Satan tested Job.

They saw Job’s oxen and donkeys being stolen by Sabeans, and his servants killed (Job 1: 13-15).

Also, they saw all Job’s sheep and servants being consumed by fire from the sky (Job 1: 16).

Then they saw all Job’s camels being stolen by Chaldeans, and his servants killed (Job 1: 17).

Lastly, they saw all Job’s 10 children being crushed to death by a house that was struck by a mighty wind (Job 1: 18-19).

Tension engulfed the court as all the sons of God felt horrible for Job. They hoped and wished and prayed that he would not disgrace God, even though he had lost everything in one day.

Satan was confident more than ever, “If the court pleases, I will cross-examine the witness of God now.” He proceeded to cross-examine him using the messengers.

Tension escalated as the court waited for Job to either mess up or make God proud.

Job got up and tore his robe and shaved his head. Then he fell to the ground in worship and said: “Naked I came out of my mother’s womb, and naked I shall return to the ground: the Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord” (Job 1: 21).

Like a pricked balloon, Satan dropped on his seat.

On the other hand, God the Defendant, rose and pointed out that Satan had launched a self-defeating attack, so there was no need for Him to defend anything.

God, the Judge, gave judgment to the Defendant. In His remarks He said that He was proud of Job who lost everything (500 oxen, 500 donkeys, 7000 sheep, 3000 camels, 7 sons, 3 daughters, and most of his servants), but blessed God instead of cursing Him as Satan claimed.

After that case, all seraphs, elders, spirits, cherubs, archangels and angels were happy about the judgment, and they praised and worshiped God, as usual.

The Devil moved out of the court very sad as he returned to the earth.

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