Biblical references to the dragon are usually to Satan, the Adversary, the devil.
As it says in Revelation, the dragon has been thrown down. The one who exalted himself has now been humbled.
Because Everyone Is Going to Heaven , the dragon no longer has the power of death (Hebrews 2:14-15).
The image of a dragon strikes fear. And nothing on earth has struck more fear than death. We, however, have overcome the dragon through Him who loved us and released us from our sins by His blood (Revelation 1:5). (When I say “we” I mean the entire human race; not some subset of it.) This dragon who has lived and reigned in the sea of death has been slain (Isaiah 27:1) and the sea of death itself has been dried up (Isaiah 51:10; Revelation 21:1).
You need not fear the dragon. Fear only Him who has power over the dragon.
The purpose of this blog is to praise Jesus Christ in biblical terms.