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- Resurrection for all! - Really?

Is that, as in everyone?  A select few?  All of one or more kinds, sorts, groups?

What is going on here?  All Christians generally want to come back to one kind of life or another, be that in heaven, on earth, a bet both ways or don't care as long as they do.  There are some, however, who had a gut full and never wish to, while others can't wait to get back to the great life they had where everything seemed to work out just right.

Where did the idea originate that there must be more to life than the seventy to eighty default years when we depart before finishing our apprenticeship?

Right from within ourselves, subsequently reinforced  by the religious philosophies invented to give it substance.

In that prophetic verse 20 of Isaiah 65 a man a hundred years old is still reckoned as but a boy which is a good indication of Jehovah's continuing purpose for humans to live much longer than the current status quo of between threescore ten to fourscore years with considerably more dying sooner rather than later.

Adam's 930 years also supports the long tenure on life originally ours to have and to hold.

This is not some dream-time clutching on straws of hope to allow us to float through life as best we can.

OK, what alternative from the real dream-time big-bang evolutionary model?   you answer that!


This whole site is basically addressed to all Christians who find their origin in the Bible from where they source a multitude of doctrines.  I shall therefore draw a definitive life line in the sands of time exclusively from the Bible:

Whenever eternal or everlasting life is mentioned in the New Testament it is ALWAYS with reference to the little flock of Jesus multiethnic disciples to whom the Father Jehovah has willed to give the Kingdom of heaven:

"Do not fear, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” -Luke 12:32 NKJV

Earthy subjects will NEVER receive everlasting life.  Charles Raze Russell, the founder of the Bible Students, intuitively pointed out that humanity will at best be exquisitely endowed with what he called Lasting Life, because it would last as long as their individual compliance to instructions and admonition designed solely for their benefit, for that was God's original intent from which He shall never waver - a promise is a promise.


It may be a good idea to consult the sub-page here which contains all the eternal/everlasting life verses from the New Testament of both the King James and the New World Translation .  You may wish to link to it from here if only to determine the audience to whom that future everlasting life can only apply to.


Very definitive and encouraging verses are those of Jesus' resurrection scenario prophecy in John 5:28-29  here from the 1901 American Standard Version:

Marvel not at this: for the hour cometh, in which all that are in the tombs* shall hear his voice,  29 and shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life*; and they that have done evil*Link, unto the resurrection of judgment*.

It is indescribably unfortunate that this beautiful prophecy, that has encouraged and brought comfort to millions now for almost 18 Centuries, has been wickedly twisted into a lie in its broad application to mankind's dead.

There was no need for Jesus, who had only come for the flock of Jacob Israel, to deal with a general resurrection, which already had a been-there-done-that presence in the Old Testament.

Mankind's salvation has no presence in the NT apart from this somewhat veiled reference to a general resurrection in Jesus' words recorded in Matthew 19:28:

So Jesus said to them, "Assuredly I say to you, that in the regeneration, when the Son of Man sits on the throne of His glory, you who have followed Me will also sit on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel.

He and those who follow him ARE that Israel in heaven of Revelation 7 & 14 constituting the Kingdom of Kings, Priests and Judges authorised to judge all humans then living as well as all the resurrected including the resurrected 12 tribes of Israel Israelites by what they do during that Kingdom's reign, not by what they did in the past, for he who has died has been acquitted/freed/absolved/justified from his sins Romans 6:7.


The salvation of Israel, however, is the dominant if not the only theme of the New Testament. Saving Israel was an indispensable objective within Jehovah's primary purpose for them to become a blessing to mankind.

Nothing more needs to be said about a resurrection of all humans gone before.

It is just going to happen without anyone needing to worry about their own goodenoughness.  

It is integral of who we are, our birthright.

No one needs to qualify because it is part of our heritage as sons and daughters of Adam in the imbedded promises for them to fill the earth with their offspring, take care of it and potentially live forever.  While Adam messed that up for himself, all of their children, as well as Eve*, shall be given that opportunity just the same, because they are not guilty and sinners by default.

* she, unlike Adam, was deceived: 1 Timothy 2:14:  Also Adam was not deceived, but the woman was deceived, and was in transgression.

Every rendering of that verse was badly structured in an attempt to blame women.  Alas, it was Adam who was in transgression of God's command, not Eve.  The verse ought to read: Also Adam was not deceived and was in transgression, but the woman was deceived.  or Also Adam was not deceived, but was in transgression, and the woman was deceived.  The two Greek words used here (Strong's 1161 and 2532) can both be translated and or but.  

It matters little to me but don’t blame the women; they have enough to contend with.

Strong's Online 4 Bible definition references from the above verses of John 5:28-29:

(The AV definitions are not actual word definitions, but merely the translators' usage based on the doctrinal perceptions of their time)

*tombs
3419 mnhmeion mnemeion mnay-mi'-on

from 3420; TDNT-4:680,596; n n

AV-sepulchre 29, grave 8, tomb 5; 42

1) any visible object for preserving or recalling the memory of any person or thing

1a) a memorial, monument, specifically, a sepulchral monument

2) a sepulchre, a tomb

sepulchres, and tombs are most familiar only to Jews and those who have inherited their customs i.e. Christians and Muslims.

*life
2222 zwh zoe dzo-ay'

from 2198; TDNT-2:832,290; n f

AV-life 133, lifetime 1; 134

1) life

1a) the state of one who is possessed of vitality or is animate

1b) every living soul

2) life

2a) of the absolute fulness of life, both essential and ethical, which belongs to God, and through him both to the hypostatic "logos" and to Christ in whom the "logos" put on human nature

2b) life real and genuine, a life active and vigorous, devoted to God, blessed, in the portion even in this world of those who put their trust in Christ, but after the resurrection to be consummated by new accessions (among them a more perfect body), and to last for ever.

It is not about just living again, but about a very special kind of life along the lines of definition 2, without that Logos nonsense.

*evil
5337 faulov phaulos fow'-los

apparently a primary word; ; adj

AV-evil 4; 4

1) easy, slight, ordinary, mean, worthless, of no account

2) ethically, bad, base, wicked  as defined in Malachi 3:18: The one who ‘does not serve’ God.  Certainly not evil as alleged by the apostates.

The German word for lazy faul comes from that Greek word in keeping with the definitions of the Greek original.

*judgment
2920 krisiv krisis kree'-sis

perhaps a primitive word; TDNT-3:941,469; n f

AV-judgment 41, damnation 3, accusation 2, condemnation 2; 48* -see below

1) a separating, sundering, separation

1a) a trial, contest

2) selection

3) judgment

3a) opinion or decision given concerning anything

3a1) esp. concerning justice and injustice, right or wrong

3b) sentence of condemnation, damnatory judgment, condemnation and punishment

4) the college of judges (a tribunal of seven men in the several cities of Palestine; as distinguished from the Sanhedrin, which had its seat at Jerusalem)

5) right, justice

* This is how it is used by most translators, but it is not the actual definition, which should have been used, for it perfectly reflects the same judgment criteria used by the Christ in his separating the sheep from the goats.


Not much else to say about this, because all humans past, present, and future are included in the promises to Abraham that his seed were to bless all the families of the earth, according to how they respond to that opportunity.



The 'Evil' of John 5:29

This verse has perfectly suited the apostate, adulterous bride of the Christ.  The idea of wicked mankind standing before the judgement seat of God after their death seemed heaven-sent.

The many daughters she had spawned from simple house groups to the mega churches of our time via the grand dames of the Catholic and Byzantine churches relished that idea.  It was the garnish to spice the power game of domination over their flocks as they cohabited with secular rulers, scratching each other's back while fleecing their flocks.

The grand deception of inherited sin and depravity promised untold subservience and adoration from those they meant to shepherd along with an elevation of position, prestige and all manner of profit that came with it as a matter of course.

Among the many biblical verses they commandeered for this purpose of self-aggrandisement are the resurrection verses of John chapter 5 verses 28 and 29 - here from the New King James Version with Strong’s ID #s:

28  "Do not marvel at this; for the hour is coming in which all who are in the graves will hear His voice  29 "and come forth ––those who have done good, to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil <5337>, to the resurrection of condemnation <2920>.

The following definitions of the original inspired Greek word used exposes the evil of the word evil used in most English translations:


Blue Letter Bible:

Here directly from the Print Version of

The New Strong’s EXPANDED Dictionary of Bible Words:

5337. φαλος {4x} phaulŏs, fŏw'-los; appar. a primary word; "foul" or "flawy", i.e. (fig.) wicked: evil {4x}.

(1) This word means slight, ordinary, mean, worthless, of no account and ethically, bad, base, wicked.

(2) It primarily denotes "slight, trivial, blown about by every wind"; then, "mean, common, bad," in the sense of being worthless, paltry or contemptible, belonging to a low order of things;

(3) in John 5:29, those who have practiced "evil" things (phaula) are set in contrast to those who have done good things (agatha),

(4) he who practices "evil" things hates the light, Jn 3:20;

(5) jealousy and strife are accompanied by "every evil work," Jas 3:16.

(6) It is also in Titus 2:8 of an evil report.

See: BAGD-854c; THAYER-650a.


In verse 29 is the seeker of wisdom and truth is then further confronted with the English word condemnation, which translates the original Greek 2920 krisiv krisis kree'-sis, here from OLB:


2920 krisiv krisis kree'-sis

perhaps a primitive word; TDNT-3:941,469; n f

Authorized* Version -judgment 41, damnation 3, accusation 2, condemnation 2; 48

1) a separating, sundering, separation

1a) a trial, contest

2) selection

3) judgment

3a) opinion or decision given concerning anything

3a1) esp. concerning justice and injustice, right or wrong

3b) sentence of condemnation, damnatory judgment, condemnation and punishment

4) the college of judges (a tribunal of seven men in the several cities of Palestine; as distinguished from the Sanhedrin, which had its seat at Jerusalem)

5) right, justice

*by the apostate church

Writing an encouraging note recently to one grieving over a loss of a mother, I first quoted  (1 Thessalonians 4:13) :

13 ¶  But I do not want you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning those who have fallen asleep, lest you sorrow as others who have no hope. NKJV

Though this verse was exclusively addressed to the anointed (Christian) inheritors of that heavenly kingdom, the above principle holds true for all those in the graves:

28  "Do not marvel at this; for the hour is coming in which all who are in the graves will hear His voice  29 "and come forth––those who have done good, to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil, to the resurrection of condemnation*. (John 5:28-29)  NKJV

Writing this caused me to read these last couple of verses of John 5:28.29 for the first time in a long while.  Almost like a lightening flash I suddenly understood these verses correctly for the very first time.


Like Revelation 21:3, 4 which have been conscripted to apply to mankind in the NWT, whereas the original Greek merely uses the generic term men, i.e.: humans as do almost all translations, because for the first and only time in the history of the universe will men of both genders and all ethnicities be taken from earth to reside with Jehovah as sons in heaven.  They, who have washed their robes (Rev 22:14), will enter into the heavenly city where Jehovah is the temple -tabernacle or tent- that will forever be over them.


All dead humans, those of the anointed (Christians) together with the rest of mankind, which includes our dear relatives, are in the memorial tombs of sheol, the grave of all humans.  Those of The Anointed (Christians) who have practiced good things in keeping with their assignment on earth, will be given immortality/everlasting life.

However the resurrection verses of John 5:28-29 DO NOT APPLY to the rest of mankind, since there is no law for them to be judged by.

They will, however, be given the same opportunities Adam was given including lasting life, as Brother Russell (Bible Students) had termed it, which will last as long as their willingness to yield to Jehovah's wishes.

Though they will also need to be resurrected or recreated to avail themselves of that Adamic opportunity, the resurrection of John 5:28-29 does not apply to them.  Their resurrection has already had a presence in the Old Testament without the NT needing to restate the obvious:

1.) Not having inherited sin, not condemned forever, and their lives put on temporary hold

2.) Built into and implied in Adam's job assignment . . . and

3.) Abraham, Job, Daniel and others along with the general tenor of the O.T.

The New Testament on the other hand is exclusively about the little flock making up the Israel of God who will staff Jehovah's 1000 year Kingdom.

* The resurrection of Judgment (NWT) or condemnation (most Translations) does not reflect the inspired meaning and intent of the author Jehovah.  The resurrection of John 5 is prerequisite to the final selection of Jehovah's sheep when they are sorted from the Goats, who, while they do not qualify as Kings and Priests in the heavenly precinct of God, will continue to be part of the rest of mankind with the same opportunities for life on earth.  See the above definitions.

John 5:28-29 have absolutely nothing whatever to do with judging humankind at the resurrection for what they did during their lives before they died.  All who have died have been acquitted from their sins as stated by the Apostle Paul in Romans 6:7: For he who has died has been acquitted from sin.  Although this verse applies primarily to the forgiveness and sin-annulment accorded Israel through the death of their saviour Jesus, the principle holds generally true for all who have died, whatever they may have done.  The resurrection is a new beginning for humanity with a clean slate.

HOWEVER that is not true of the dead saints of the little flock in line to inherit the kingdom along with those still alive at the Kingdom's birth.  What they accomplished during their lives, did indeed go along with them when they died:

13 And I heard a voice out of heaven say: “Write: Happy are the dead who die in union with [the] Lord from this time onward. Yes, says the spirit, let them rest from their labors, for the things they did go right with them.”  (Revelation 14:13)

It will constitute the primary criteria for their selection as sheep when they are separated from the Goats –Matthew 25 and please see the above menu for more detail.

Israel were freed from their collective sins against the Law covenant when the nation died in the person of Jesus, so that the promises they had been running with could be carried forward to a successful realisation.

The apostle Paul and those he was addressing, had thus been freed from the sins against the law they had inherited along with the promises as they died at the execution of Jesus.  They were now free from sin and able to make a new start apart from the law covenant of sin and death mediated through Moses.

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