Category Archives: God’s Eternal Purpose

God’s eternal plan in Christ

The Six Days Of Creation Predict Six Thousand-Year Days From Adam To the Second Coming

On the day of Pentecost when the church was established, Peter delivered the first gospel sermon and he quoted from Joel chapter 2 and said the world is now in the last days.  In the account of Peter’s sermon in … Continue reading

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Are Aliens Real? How Do They Relate to Christianity?

Are aliens real?  How do they relate to Christianity? In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.  Everything that’s here is a creation of God.  He said that He created the heavens and the earth and all that … Continue reading

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God’s Sacrifice of His Sons

Of course, every Christian is familiar with the truth that God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him might be saved (Jn 3:16).  God gave Jesus to die the death we … Continue reading

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With God All Things Are Possible

Nothing is impossible with God, except he cannot lie (Titus 1:2), but he can use agents to lie for him of their own free will (I Ki 22:22), just like He used agents to offer His sacrifice, the Lamb of … Continue reading

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The Three Dispensations

The Three Dispensations While there has always only been one hope (Eph 4:4) in God’s eternal plan (Eph 3:11), namely, everlasting life with God, God has nonetheless dealt with man in various ways through the ages (Heb 1:1, Dt 5:3). … Continue reading

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Why Are We Still Here?

God accomplished His eternal purpose in saving man by the death of Christ and His resurrection. Why did God not end the world shortly thereafter? Why has the world dragged on for 2000 years after Jesus victory over sin? One … Continue reading

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Why Was Christ’s Death Adequate for Sin?

Since Christ was made to be sin for us (II Cor 5:21), why was God just in raising Him from the dead? If Jesus bore our stripes, which He did (Isa 53:5, I Pet 2:24), why could God arbitrarily forgive … Continue reading

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The Two Adams

Adam was the son of God (Lk 3:38), just as Jesus was the son of God (Mk 1:1), the difference being that Jesus was the only begotten of the Father (Jn 1:14). There are interesting parallels between Adam and Jesus, … Continue reading

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Firstborn Surprise

It is interesting that Jesus is the first-born and we are the first-born with Him (Rom 8:29), but we are not the first-born of Jesus; we are the first-born of God. God is our Father (I Cor 1:3, II Cor … Continue reading

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Did God Create the Present Order of Things as an Incubator for Sin?

A correspondant wrote: It seems as though you are suggesting that God created the earth and man with the “intent” of sin entering. If this is so – if God created the earth with the anticipation of sin – in … Continue reading

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