Seems to me that God used to be too strict back in the day. Now people can pretty much do whatever they want, confess, and then it's all good???? He would never confess though b-cuz he wants to be God, not get God's forgiveness as he doesn't feel as though he did anything wrong in the first place
NO one knows that answer only God We can guess and say.. But God only knows.. But guessing I don't think he would be.. He would maybe be forgiven But I don't think he would be able to live in Gods Kingstown
I wouldn't hold my breath. God did not provide a plan of redemption for the angels as He did for mankind. the Bible gives us no reason to believe they would repent even if God did give them the chance (1 Peter 5:8). The fallen angels seem completely devoted to opposing God and attacking God's people. The Bible tells us that one of the things God judges on is how much knowledge of Him a person possesses (Luke 12:48). The fallen angels, then, are even much more deserving of God's wrath because of the exceedingly great knowledge they had about God.
This would imply that God does not know everything, and that Satan's end prophesied in scripture (I.e., bound for eternity in hell) is unjust. So, time to rewrite prophecy, if he can repent at this point.
Satan (means adversary) and the other bad, or fallen, angels, each committed only one sin: the sin of disobeying God, because of their pride, that is, of prideful disobedience. God had told all of the Angels, beforehand, that whether they obeyed, or didn't obey, it would determine their fate forever. No repentance, no second chance. Also, when anyone goes to Hell, it's forever, too. That's it, in a nutshell. I hope this clarifies. Even helps some. Excellent question! Glad you asked it! Frank
If Satan's forgiven, god would become a non-essential. God & Satan are compulsorily depended upon one another. In the absence of the one, the other becomes void. If god has to remain god, he can't help but keep Satan as an outcast. Just remember this punchline: NO SATAN, NO GOD!