history , is his-story February 3, 2018 william ⋅ Uncategorized ⋅ 5 comments http://theocs101ark.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Untitled-243.mp4 Like 24 Thanks! You've already liked this « man this place suks » kook 5 Comments lisaSteph30 February 3, 2018 @ 10:27 pm You have opened my eyes beyond words Bill. My heart and my head already knew this stuff but you have been able to put it in to words that I would never have been able to find. Thank you. Carolyn February 3, 2018 @ 6:48 am That was very well stated Bill. History/ his story truly repeats it’s self like a broken record. 969 February 3, 2018 @ 5:25 am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGbu77S8aj0&t=268s Great vid on the subject. william February 3, 2018 @ 5:10 am ive said many times the big bang let there be light did not create it was the point of destruction 969 February 3, 2018 @ 3:17 am Only Genesis 1:1 shows God, or more correctly the gods, the Elohim, in the true act of pure creation, forming our heavens and earth from out of nothing. After this point, all their other work is reconstructive or restorative in nature. “And the earth WAS without form and void” Most textual chicanery has led to a long-held misconception of this text—one that fuels much misunderstanding. “Was” “hayah” “To fall out, to come to pass, to become”. This is the one and only place in the entire King James Bible where hayah is translated “was”. Elsewhere it is translated “became” 67 times, “become” 66 times, “come to pass” 131 times, and “becamest”, “came”, “came to pass” another 505 times. Obviously, the biblical writers knew what hayah meant. They simply chose not to consistently translate it. What are they hiding? They are hiding that fact that the Earth becamewithoutformandvoid. It was not originally created that way as you correctly stated. “God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited” (Isaiah 45:18) “He created it not in vain” “Not in vain” “tohu” without form, void “The Earth was not created tohu and bohu (without form and void).” (Isaiah 45:18) Yet, Genesis 1 shows the Earth in a state of being without form and void. An objective scholarly observer simply cannot ignore such glaring differences. Nor can they simply explain them away with preconceived notions—especially those coming from a highly biased religious mindset. “In the beginning the gods created the heavens and the earth in beautiful splendor. And the earth then became without form and void.” It is beyond textual question that the Earth as we know it was not created without form and void. It was not created in a chaotic condition. We will see that it was, in fact, originally created in paradisiacal splendor. This is exactly what we would expect of a creation crafted by Gods. The text declares that the perfect creation of the Elohim was somehow wrecked. The question then is how? How the Earth Became Without Form and Void As is often the case, the Bible interprets itself when allowed to. Jeremiah clearly answers our question of how the Earth became without form and void. “I beheld the earth, and, lo, it was without form, and void; and the heavens, and they had no light.” (Jeremiah 4:23) This is the only place other than Genesis 1:2 that the Earth is seen as being without form and void. Obviously, Jeremiah was seeing the Earth of the time of Genesis 1:1-2. Remember, Isaiah told us it was not created this way. Jeremiah then supplies the crucial piece of missing information we seek. He tells us exactly how the perfect Earth got wrecked, he tells us how it came to be without form and void. “The fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the LORD, and by his fierce anger”. (Jeremiah 4) Stunning! The revelation of Jeremiah the prophet is that it was the LORD (archon chief) who destroyed the perfect Earth of creation! We are told beyond a shadow of any textual doubt that it was the LORD, the one that we have always thought was the perfect loving God of the Bible, that caused the Earth to become without form and void. Leave a Reply CancelYou must be logged in to post a comment.