As shown in Raymond Aguilera's Prophecies
As Interpreted by Rev. Jack Barr
It must be stated that there has never been, nor will there ever be, any Prophecy that will, or can, replace any part of the Word of God as given to us in God's Holy Bible. The Prophecies are a supplement, an additional word from God, that will, if from God, reinforce the message that God has given us in His Bible and by which the Bible itself will be the key to understanding any and all prophecies. Any Prophecy, from any source, that is in conflict with God's Word in the Bible, is not of God.
Rev. Jack Barr
Satan has hunger
What the Prophecy says - Prophecy Number
Satan has a hunger for the blood of Jesus - 167, 245
Satan has a hunger for the blood of the body of God - 226
Satan has a hunger for the meat of God - 172
Satan has a hunger for the things that is sweet, the meat of the body of God - 267
Satan has a hunger for you - 155
Satan has the hunger of a mad dog - 78
Satan his mad dogs have hunger with the teeth of the devil - 152
Satan is loose like a dog that has hunger - 252
Satan wants you to have the hunger of the pit - 548
Satan wants you to have the hunger of the world - 548
The Interpretation of the above prophecies about what Satan has a hunger for.
By Rev. Jack Barr
Throughout these prophecies, there is the word "hunger". The word hunger, means to have a strong need or desire for food. This proceeds the next part about Satan, and what he will eat, (destroy). Therefore, we can see that Satan has a great hunger (or need) to destroy everything. I have chosen to separate the prophecies about hunger and eating. In the next part about Satan we will see that what Satan will eat is what Satan destroys.
In the prophecies above, there are several messages within these prophecies.
Prophecies 167, 245, 226, 172, 267, 155
The Christians are portrayed as the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Satan recognizes that YOU are that Christian that IS part of the body and blood of Christ. That the meat of God is sweet shows us that the body of Christ is good, desirable, pleasant.
Prophecies 78, 152, 252
Here we see that Satan is compared to a mad dog that has no thought other than to kill and destroy. Without reason or need, but just for the pleasure of tasting blood and ripping flesh just as a dog does when he gets into the chicken pen. His total pleasure is to kill and destroy.
The prophecy here shows us that Satan wants us to have a total unthinking desire to have all the things of the world right now, without a thought to the consequences. Just as that dog ripping up the chicken pen never gives a thought to the farmer coming with his shotgun, so Satan wants us to never think of the punishment of God for our sins as we rip apart all of God's Laws in our pursuit of momentary pleasure. Satan knows that desiring the things of this world is equivalent to desiring to go to Hell. (the pit).
The end of this part.
Rev. Jack Barr