The story of Cain and Abel was not the first of its kind in the chronicles of eternity. The angelic realm experienced a familial breach before Adam was created. When Lucifer turned against God and convinced one-third of all angels to turn against God, the crisis of “brother against brother” was introduced.
What happened in heaven? We know that Lucifer pitted himself against God. Deluded, he thought he could be like God. He tried. He recruited one-third of his brothers to be a part of his kingdom. What would have made these other angels agree to antagonize their brothers?
|T. Webb, Author of Before The|