I just wanted to share this with you all: (just love it when someone sees some of this truth and does not mind saying so).
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Genesis one is the life of Jesus Christ and his true Church. The apostles are the firmament in the midst of the WATERS. Waters are the peoples of this world. Chapter one is the new heaven and new earth, created by Jesus Christ, AFTER HIS RESURRECTION, beginning at Pentecost.
All who are baptized into the body of Christ, by the Holy Ghost baptism, are part of this new heaven/earth, and are the lights in this firmament. It is NOT BACK YONDER. It began with the birth of Jesus Christ. Genesis one is prophecy. It was not fulfilled at creation of the universe.
Those days are not human, earthly days. It is periods of God’s dealings. Such as a DAY OF SALVATION….A DAY OF JUDGMENT…A DAY OF WRATH.
Too much carnality in dealing with God. People who never study Scripture try to teach it. Hush. Let truth come forth a change.
Chapter two is the creation we are in, in our human body of dust. I have been translated out of this world, into the kingdom of Christ…so now I live in chapter one creation, but not fully yet, for I am still in a body of DUST, awaiting resurrection, fully into chapter one creation.
If chapter two were retelling of chapter one, as some claim, there would be no differing. But truth is, there is no comparison. If a person compares these two chapters, it is not the same in any kind of way. If God were retelling chapter one, only in more detail, there would not be a difference in when things came forth.
The man and woman in chapter one is Jesus Christ and his true Bride.
They (we) are replenishing the earth with children of God, not dust children.
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ps. This is one of my answers on Yahoo. to the question, Why is God so mean?
See, God created this entire world, universe, space, all animals, people everything is Gods for he created it.
He wanted to give love, joy, peace, to everything and everyone. but no, his son, Adam, became jealous of God, Eze 28, and wanted to be worshiped as God.
So Adam rebelled and set up LAW, ANIMAL SACRIFICES to be offered to Adam, not to god.
Isa 1 and 66, prove that God never at any time wanted or required this.
The world became more and more and more wicked as time went by.
Finally that first world was filled with violence. so God sent a flood and destroyed that entire wicked, violent society, and gave mankind another chance to do it right.
For a while, it went well. But then, they reverted right back to law and violence and murderers, war, raping, blaspheming god etc.
As each nation became unbearably evil, God brought them to judgment, one at a time. when their time for judgment came, God wiped them out and started over.
He has never done this because he is evil or unkind. He does it to stop the evil and violence, as men insist on rebelling against God’s holiness and doing good.
God still wants a world full of love, joy, peace and goodness. But where is it? No. People are bad and evil. They now blame God for this evil. But it is not god’s doing.
God is only wiping out the wicked a few at a time. He promised not to ever do it all at once again.
But it is going on. Praise God for his great mercy, which causes him to finally stop bearing so long with the wicked, violent and wipe them out.
He is going to keep it up until he brings in a world full of people who truly love righteousness, hates iniquity, as Jesus did, and now he has filled some of us with that Holy Spirit, so we also love goodness.
When the time is right, God will finally stop all the wicked and violent folks and those who deny him. He will finally wipe them all out and we will have the world God intended from the start. Just because men are wicked, does not mean god is. It is just that God gave his power to Adam, and it is still there.
Men can be wicked if they choose this. They do, so God has to stop them, or they would destroy all of us.
DO ANY OF YOU UNDERSTAND THIS? I HOPE SO.
edit: I thought of something I wish to tell you all: I read a day of so ago, in a news article, where a grown man, was on the side of the road, beating, stomping and kicking a two year old child. It is so horrible, that the child died.
Now, tell me, is God wicked to want to do away with such? How can you reason that way? The world is now filled with those kind of wicked, unmerciful folks. They torture their own children, and God bears with them, giving them time to repent and do right.
How much longer do you all think he should continue to allow the evil in this world, today, before he steps in and stops it? He is the ONLY ONE WHO CAN STOP IT. And yet he waits, hoping some of them will repent and not have to be done away with forever.
He is much more kind and loving than any of us could be. Just hearing about that one instance, made me want to destroy such wicked folks myself.