History’s most unique testimony to the Gospel occurred shortly after Jesus Christ rose from the grave. Christ embarked on a remarkable journey to make “proclamation to the spirits in prison.” Who were these spirits? Why and where were they incarcerated?


The spirits were the “sons of God” of Genesis 6, Satan’s minions, who waged war in the antediluvian civilization to prevent the advent of Jesus Christ through whom God would fulfill His promise of salvation. When God judged the earth with a worldwide flood, He imprisoned these transgressing demons in Tartarus.


Jesus Christ’s pronouncement of His victory on the cross resounded against the gates of hell. The resurrected Christ was visible proof to the incarcerated demons of the utter failure and defeat of Satan’s strategy. Jesus Christ had paid the penalty for sin so that anyone can express faith in Him and enter into a relationship with God for all eternity.


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