lundi 13 avril 2015

Bible Restoration On The Relationship Between God And Man

By Joanna Walsh

Right from the time of Noah to the time of the Christ, God had made a lot of promises to His children, the top promise on the list being an assured blessing to those who are obedient to Him. If you take a closer look at some of the Bible restoration promises that happened, you will realize that God was genuine about His promises to humankind. God still make promises to people until this day.

The Word of God is quite a big book, and it is not just full of knowledge about God but also has great promises made to humankind. And from the time of Moses to the time of John the Revelator, God has been working in the lives of humankind to restore, bless and elevate them from glory to glory. There are so many instances in the Bible where God promises to restore His people.

You already know the rest of the history. But the most interesting thing about God is that He always has a second change, you could say He is a supreme being of second though, abounding in love, kind and always forgiving. He decided that even after destroying first generation with a massive flood that has never been on earth before, he would create a new world by raising a new generation from Noah.

Until now, no single humankind has witnessed any form of violent storm like the one that was when Noah and his family were in the ark. And after God restored the world, the new generation from the time of Noah would live happily and enjoy the blessings of God.

The case of the children of Israel in exile is quite a perfect way that shows the restorative nature of God. God having seen the evil done to His children in Egypt decided that the best way to rescue them would be to send them a savior, Moses. With the help of God Moses was able to take the children of Israel out of Egypt, the exodus to the promises land.

Samson was quite a man of Godly strength, and though he messed up by mixing his mission with pleasures of the woman Delilah, God used him to protect His people. At this time, God restored peace to the His children, and took life away from those who made the world difficult for His children at the time. From that time henceforth, God has used David, Ezekiel, Daniel, Jeremiah and other prophets to bring restoration to the world.

Perhaps there is nothing grater like the biblical promise of the restoration of the relationship between God and humankind. This, if anything, is what would bring God and the people that He had created together again, and he would do this by giving his only one son, Jesus, as a sacrifice. Jesus came, died for the sins of mankind and redeemed every person back to God.

After the death and resurrection of Jesus, the restoration of the relationship between God and man happened. From this time onwards, man and God would be friends, even unto the end of time.

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