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Offline marie glen

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From Genesis to Revelation, why Important?
« on: March 24, 2013, 07:50:51 PM »
  :hiya: I think perhaps some brethren here at tentmaker forum, have (very peacefully) :smile: misunderstood some of the things I post, and is the reason I mention the following.

We can hear people of the world in mistaken perception, blame God, or rather, actually, hate God, because of life as we presently know it, with all its sufferings and even horrors (wars, etc). But all things are PERFECT! Because it is, all, His powerful (very powerful) truth drama wherein He is writing upon EVERY heart, mind and psyche` the full knowing and understanding of good from evil, which (btw, and imo) is also life(Him!) from death. And learning beyond the shadow of a doubt that God is all in all. Therefor this life and all history has been, and is, "perfect"! If, He was creating a universe where all will, would, could, go their own way, and each creature get to 'choose' good from evil -- what we would have, is what we do have, now.

All things are in God's will and choice. But, God is doing a very serious and important work. One (imo) we should not deny, for then, perhaps, we work against Him!

I'm a staunch literalist :smile: because I believe God is working out very important purpose.. from Genesis to Revelation.

hope you don't mind my trying to clarify.. :Peace2::HeartThrob:
- Does it say no repentance after death? being resurrected still in their sins (2nd Resurrection) during age of Judgment? sure to be weeping and wailing?
- Is weeping & wailing the beginning of the redemptive process?
- "Behold I make aLL things new" Rev21:5
- "On every high mountain and hill, rivers and streams of waters in the day ..when the towers fall." Is 30:25
- "A new heavens and a new earth" Rev 21:1
- "The lion will eat straw like the ox.. the bear will graze with the cow" Is 11:7
- "They will sit each under his vine, and under his fig-tree, with none troubling.." Micah 4:4