Is it ok to feel sorry for Satan and the other fallen angels? Yes it is. What is not permissible is to pray for their forgiveness. To not ask Father for a different solution because their fate cannot be changed. Though we each regret that anyone would go against Father’s will cause him or her to lose their eternal hope, we cannot permit ourselves to become their spokesman nor their conscience. Father deemed those fully knowing the laws She gave them through the Word Michael, as nonredeemable for their transgressions. Father has permitted them to live because She has a purpose in fulfilling Her will by permitting them to test all of Her intelligent subjects in creation. Father looks upon the fallen ones as shooting stars gone astray in aimless flights leading to destruction.
Jude 1:13 “wild waves of the sea, foaming up their shameful deeds; wandering stars for whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever!”
Daniel 8:10 “it grew as high as the heavenly host, made some of the stars and some of the host fall to the earth, and trampled them.”
Before Michael became Jesus Christ, and later Christ Jesus through fulfillment of his mission to complete Father’s will in the atonement for secondary sin, he was known as the Word or spokesman for Father. He, Michael, as the master craftsman created the angelic hosts. He did not create us one at a time; instead, we were created in myriad – hundreds of thousands at a time by utilizing the furnace at Mount Zion that contains Father’s life giving energy. Since Michael was the spokesman, it was his job to relay Father’s laws to each group of myriads created. Keep in mind that like Adam and Eve we were a direct creation and not born into the heavenly family. The angels were created without flaw, and given the laws and told carried a penalty of eternal death for failure if we ever transgressed against the stated law. They had never witnessed the warrior side of Father, so Dawn who later became a resister and opposing force against Father’s side, felt Father would not harm him. This was due to Father being love in all that She had shown us. Father later recited during Moses time that She kept Pharaoh in existence to reveal her power:
Exodus 9:16 “However, I have let you live for this purpose: to show you My power and to make My name known in all the earth.”
Father was giving a message to Satan, that She had let him live to reveal Her great power he had miscalculated on Her using against him to right things he had caused Her will to be thwarted on. At the time Satan sinned, Father appeared slow in respecting Her own law on transgression. She did not immediately destroy Satan or the human pair that willfully broke law. This thought worked on many of the holy angelic hosts. If Satan could sin and no consequence, why could they not do as they wanted as well? In retrospect, Father noted that some would say She was slow in respecting Her promise to do as stated. But Father’s wisdom was at play. She knew an important issue had arisen. She sought to settle the issue once and for all before returning creation to eternal existence. Satan had challenged Her power, and he had challenged Father’s good name and standing before all of the heavenly creation of hosts. Father soon began to reveal her wisdom and Her greatness.
Deuteronomy 3:24 “Lord GOD , You have begun to show Your greatness and power to Your servant, for what god is there in heaven or on earth who can perform deeds and mighty acts like Yours?”
Proving Satan was a tin god of no value, and all the heavenly host that had followed his lead were destined for a common destruction of nonexistence once the issue was settled for eternity. Also proving to those that broke law that Father is true to Her Word:
Psalm 76:1 “[God, the Powerful Judge] God is known in Judah; His name is great in Israel.”
Preserving those heavenly hosts that transgressed for doing Her will in testing out intelligent creation, later to be destroyed for their original sins, even though they groan over the verdict they knew was the law for transgression.
Psalm 79:11 “Let the groans of the prisoners reach You; according to Your great power, preserve those condemned to die.”
Satan knew Father was slow to anger, and soon he will again experience Father’s great power. Though the fallen angels of the flood era only desired to live on the earth as humans, they still transgressed as rebels against Father’s order of things, and so they must remain condemned to die an eternal death for Father to remain without blemish. Otherwise Father would be the liar Satan accused Her of being at the sacred Garden.
Nahum 1:3 “The LORD is slow to anger but great in power; the LORD will never leave [the guilty] unpunished. His path is in the whirlwind and storm, and clouds are the dust beneath His feet.”