Jesus died for your sins like a pathetic weakling.
Satan will kill you for them like a true god.
Who do you think is more powerful?
God expects you to pray or gives you nothing.
Satan appreciates all your sacrifices even if unwilling.
Who do you think appreciates you more?
God's followers don't thank him for anything they didn't do themselves already.
Satan's followers thank her for the 5 steps to identify objective reality daily.
Who do you think does more for their followers?
Jesus is just a myth told in old books not written by him.
Satan is still alive today with a self-written autobiography.
Who do you think proves their existence better?
Jesus expects the average weakling to defend his reputation.
Satan deals with defending herself against the many that slander her daily.
Who do you think demonstrates more confidence?
Jesus lets you choose whether to follow from a distance or not.
You can't be a true follower of Satan without knowing her personally.
Who do you think really has their shit together?
Jesus only makes you question if God is really the best.
Satan openly accepts she can be the worst if you push her.
Who do you think is being more honest?
God keeps telling you to pray and try to get up on his level.
Satan is willing to go down to your level and communicate directly.
Who do you think communicates better?
Jesus just tells you anger is bad.
Satan shows you how powerful anger can really be.
Who do you think deserves more respect?
God expects you to make all his memes for him.
Satan makes all her memes all by herself.
Who do you think works harder?
God sees everyone the same regardless of skills or effort.
Satan acknowledges all your skills and efforts in depth.
Who do you think is more fair?
Jesus was on some weak backwards-rationalization shit.
Satan's core value is pure bidirectional apprehension.
Why do you think Jesus never explained to you how he thought?
God's followers are all stupid sheep.
Satan's followers are all powerful Illuminati.
Who do you think breeds more successful individuals?
Don't challenge someone stronger than you.