God is sovereign over all of His own creation and that includes all of His angels.
God is in full control for He is not Part Mighty, but the fully in charge All Mighty.
God has a righteous temperament and He is not a human. He is God.
God made us to be His spiritual reflections on earth and these include soul, mind and spirit. God is above His own laws given for the earth only.
As a continuation of His creation, re-creation and education He gave us to eat of the Tree of Knowledge so that we might distinguish between good and evil and then choose Him with our free will. As His firstborn Son Jesus taught us; God is our Heavenly Father whom we can choose to love because He loved us first.
His love casts out fear; even all fear. There is no fear in heaven; no hierarchies and structures, which would have involved the element of fear. Heaven contains the perfect peace; no possibility of wars or upheavals. This perfect peace Jesus gave us in John 14:27.
Clean and unclean, sinful, perverse, righteous and unrighteous, abominable, wicked, holy, true and untrue… these are earthly dimensions that open our eyes to behold the perfect beauty of God and the perfect beauty of His eternal kingdom.
Only to humans was given the Law by which sin and uncleanness is defined. Spirits cannot sin and the Law was given to the flesh-and-blood human beings and on earth only. "For the Law was given through Moses, grace and truth were realized through Jesus Christ (John 1:17)." God showed His awesome love, fearsome righteousness and holiness by providing contrasts between good and evil, clean and unclean, the way of peace and the way of pain.
Because of the absence of flesh, which belongs only to this earthly domain, there are no genders in heaven. After resurrection we shall be like angels (winds, flames and spirits - Psalms 104:4 & Hebrews 1:7) Jesus said in Matthew 22:30; Mark 12:25 & Luke 20:36; thus concluded that angels are genderless; therefore they could not have come down to earth and sexually cohabit with human women.
Holy Spirit is our Teacher and the One who guides us into all the Truth. His logic is perfect and we rely on this awesome understanding, knowledge and wisdom.
Lucifer as such is nonexistent. The man called Lucifer by the Catholic Vulgate Bible translation (with the Hebrew name Hillel) was the king of Babylon (verse 4). Both, Isaiah 14 and Ezekiel 28 speak of men rather than of fallen angels. In form of a poetic taunt agains the king of Babylon Isaiah 14 clearly describes a man (v. 11 & 16) who died and was buried, maggots ate his corpse and then his remains were thrown out of the grave. The covering cherub (Ezekiel 28:15-16) speaks of his original belonging in heaven before he became flesh and blood and corrupted himself on earth. Only flesh-and-blood human beings can become corrupt. In heaven corruption is nonexistent and not possible. By these we grasp perfection.Any sensational insinuation that pride and sin was first found in heaven is preposterous. For if heaven succumbs to even the faintest possibility of plots and rebellions then this sort of a heaven is no longer perfect where perfect love, joy and peace abide.
Satan is in God’s Court of Law serving the Great Judge as a district attorney (like an appointed by a judge official who represents the government in the prosecution of criminal offenses. The district attorney is the highest officeholder in the legal department of the jurisdiction); hence known as a faultfinder or an accuser. The devil is a man, even Cain. The mythological Diabolos was adopted by Christianity and equated with Satan.
According to 2Samuel 24:1 and 1Chronicles 21:1 God’s wrath can be vented by any of His angels and by Satan in particular. This wrath, because of man’s violence and sin, Jesus Christ came to extinguish; hence, He became our intercessor and the defending advocate.