I was just reading Brenda Lee's "Out of the Cocoon" and found an idea that I share just to let some steam off.
According to the fable, Satan (this guy ) is a very cunning bastard who is always finding new ways to lead people astray, including the despicable worldlies that belong to him anyways (Satan has not learned that such people will not count when he puts his time card in). The thing is, Jehovah ( ) let him off his leash, so he can have fun tempting worldlies () and witnesses (the Small Flock and the Other Sheep ), getting someone disfellowshipped (), having virgins lose their virginities(,) organizing birthday parties (), giving Christmas presents () and posting on JWN under aliases such as "Angel Eyes" (that was so cunning), and so on. Once the time is right, I mean, once Jehovah ( ) thinks Satan has stretched his legs long enough, will tie the bad guy again, only to let him off one more time so more not-so-devout witnesses will get disfellowshipped () and destroyed. In the end, however, will get him again, and everyone (but Satan and his Pussycats) will live happily. So, why is Satan the Devil bothering to play this game at all? Does Satan sound like a cunning guy, after all? Even the worldlies know he will lose the game! Can anyone shed new light () on this? Any Satanologist out there?