This beautiful valley of Jezreel/Megiddo will never see an end-time battle
Last site edit: April 16 2017
In defence of the sidelined God Jehovah, Creator of the Universe and Father of Humanity
The Whys, Wherefores and the reality (not theory) of everything
Is the question ‘Why did God create humans?’ a thing too far?
From a divine being, generally viewed as inscrutable and impossible to become acquainted with and understand, it must be.
Yet God has profoundly exposed Himself by pouring his mind and heart out upon humanity in word and deed through Scripture and Creation.
But none are listening and seeing nor really wishing to, while searching diligently for the wrong reason besotted as they are with their own salvation from God or tribe.
When all the seven creative days completed their run, will the results be as Jehovah had intended? Or will it be along the lines of the current mad ad hoc unguided present?
Jesus' words in Matthew 11:19: “ . . . wisdom is proved righteous by its works.” correlate perfectly with the folksy, often self-justifying proverb: The end justifies the means except for the end here predetermined by God while the means between intent and accomplishment may vary considerably to deal with contingencies.
God creating Adam had a dual purpose:
To prioritise either is irrelevant. They are two interconnected facets of one purpose
He would only use faithful and completely trustworthy individuals from #1 to be elevated to #2: full sonship.
After Adam's failure to willingly yield to and cooperate with his God and Father, it also became the founding of the temporary world of the people Israel represented in the New Testament with Strong's Greek 2889.
So from Adam's ‘I will do my own thing’ to the end of the seventh creative day, Jehovah's focus is solely on the temporary means to accomplish His original purpose: His firstborn son, the people Israel became first to be especially called as a people to contribute to Jehovah's heavenly family of divine sons.
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