Postulation of the Beginning - Genesis 1:1-2
I am Jessie Mills, Ph.D.
Child & Adult Clinical Psychology - Mills

Postulation of the Beginning, Genesis l: 1, 2.


Definition, a position claimed or basis of argument laid down as well known or too plain to require proof a self-evident truth. Britannica World Language Dictionary, Funk and Wagnalls U.S. 06/10/06.


Subject: In the beginning Gen. 1:1, 2, “In the beginning God created Heavens and Earth.”


I can rightfully assume that the normal person understands what the phrase “in the beginning” means and has an understanding, each thought, each idea, each move, each act, each event must have a beginning. Although we would not postulate on or in regards to the beginning of God, we can however postulate upon His works. The works of His son, the works of the Holy Spirit, “In the beginning God created heaven and earth.”


It is paramount even at an early time of this document that I offer evidence that in the beginning as the heavens were created God was not alone. Proverbs 8:22, 23, the speaker the Son of God, the writer is Solomon the source the Septuagint, by Sir Lancelot. “The Lord made Me in the beginning of His ways for His works. He established Me before time was in the beginning before He made the earth”. Thus it is made clear scripturally that heaven existed for some unknown period of time before earth was created.


So we ask the question, why?

First the scripture states by the Son that He was established before the earth was created. Thus Genesis 1:1 states that God created the heavens therefore heaven was created first as the spiritual abode of God, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Because of the following events we can show a time period when heaven existed alone.


The events are:

Although Genesis chapter 1 - 3 does not speak of the creation of angels during this period we go to, 2 Peter 2:4, “For if God did not spare angels when they sinned, but cast them into hell and committed them to pits of darkness reserved for judgment”. Jude verse 6, “And angels who did not keep their own domain, but abandoned their proper abode, He kept in eternal bonds of darkness for the judgment of the great day”.


From this evidence we can say emphatically that God did indeed create angels. Also the same evidence shows that a certain portion of those angels committed sin, which in turn proves that God created angels with free moral agency. That is they had the choice to serve God in His spiritual government in heaven or reject His rules and regulations, which governed the Most Holy realm; they chose to reject.


We may ask what kind of government would God have in the spiritual realm of heaven? Can we deny that God gives the answer to this in Isaiah the prophet? Isaiah 9:6,7, “For a child will be born to us, a Son will be given to us; and the government will rest upon His shoulders; And His name will be called wonderful counselor, mighty God, eternal Father, Prince of Peace. (7) There will be no end to the increase of His government or of peace; on the throne of David and over His kingdom, to establish it and uphold it with justice and righteousness from then on and forever”.


To add more creditability to this postulation, Matt 28:18, Jesus said “All power and authority has been given me in heaven and on earth”. So when we speak of the government of heaven we learn that the government was one of righteousness, spirituality and justice. Therefore the fallen angels must have violated some article pertaining to their salvation.


Question: Did God establish a covenant of worship for His son and created angels? I cannot conceive the idea that God would forget and not have established a firm and binding covenant with spiritual rules and regulations for worship to Him, the Son and angels but for all His creation. For the prophet David invoked the whole creation to praise and worship God, Psalms 148:1-14.


The kingdom of Christ is not a physical one rather it is spiritual. The gospel of Christ is not physical rather spiritual. Where do we find the root use of the Gospel?  For sure it was in heaven. The conditions of Eden were patterned after the root of heaven. So according we find the gospel plan in heaven and also we find that Adam and Eve rejected this plan, as did many angels. God had only one plan for the salvation of man from the day of God through eternity.


Question: Why would God not have other religious plans, which could have saved the angels from hell? First with God the term religion, salvation, righteousness, justice and gospel is not synonymous. In no period of time is there evidence, which in the least would indicate that God would establish religion to accommodate man in doing so He would violate His own righteousness. God created a covenant of righteousness, not one of confusion. Mankind established religions by saying no to God’s terms. God is not a God of confusion, 1 Cor. 14:33. There is no confusion when His plan is totally embraced, however had God through His foresight and foreknowledge established a covenant of syncretism it would have violated every attribute of God.


Question: Why is it said that the gospel is the root of heaven? Isaiah chapters 51-53, God announces the fact that He would restore, (re-establish) the conditions of Eden. The spiritual and righteous conditions of heaven were planted in Eden. The Tree of Life in its full fruiting lay barren until Christ. When the various religions of Israel were taken away by the removal of the scepter from Judah, Gen. 49:10,in 70 AD. Then we are shown the Tree of Life being restored and fully bearing righteous fruit, however there is no mention of plural trees, which would be present religions. A tree bears fruit after its own kind. Rev. 22:1-3. 


Proverbs 8:24, Mentions that God possessed the Son when there were no depths Meaning that before the surface of water was created Christ was there.


Genesis 1:2, speaks of the surface of the deep and moves on to say that the spirit of God moved over the surface of the waters.


Genesis 1:1, in the beginning God created the heaven.


Proverbs 8:26, Jesus was there before God created earth. Notice verse 26 says nothing about heaven? Why? For heaven was created first perhaps angels and the spiritual government were then created.


Genesis 1:1-3 Does not mention all the events which took place in the beginning, without the use of Astrophysics, and Earth Science we cannot know today that which was not revealed in the creation. Thus to know the awesome power of God we can look at, Gen. 1:26-27 and find that man was created from the dust of the earth. Genesis 2:7, this creation encompasses Earth Science, so what does Earth Science say in regards to man being created from the dust of the earth. Well in the first place Earth Science gives us a clue as to what man really is made of. It tells us that the chemical constituents of the human body contain 17 elements, Oxygen/ Carbon/ Hydrogen/ Nitrogen/ Sulphur/ Phosphorus/ Chlorine/ Flourine/ Silicon/ Sodium/ Potassium/ Lithiom/ Calcium/ Iron/ Manganese/ Magnesium/ Iodine/. This is a matter that is confirmed by taking a soil sample of earth and have it tested for chemical analysis. These chemicals are necessary to maintain life.


The study of Physiology which is a Science and which agrees with the creation evidence.


Genesis 1:1 In the Beginning {time} God {force} Created {energy} the heavens {space} and earth {matter} therefore; it was from matter that man was created. Now briefly we look at man, and how intricately man was created. Man always carries the exact amount of the above chemicals, these chemicals within the human body makes up the atoms which in turn creates molecules, which is in the form of a cross. In this fashion the molecules represents a human standing with his arms out stretched, such represents the actions of the molecules the whole action of the body; they in turn creates atoms, atoms are created from matter. Earth is matter, man was created from matter, and thus man has the 17 chemicals that in turn create atoms. These 17 chemicals controls every part of the human body, human cannot live without oxygen, how then does the body obtain oxygen? To answer this we must go to the study of Astrophysics, this teaches us that in the first heaven, the atmosphere, we have oxygen and hydrogen we are made in such fashion as to breath in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, the amount we breath in is governed by a law that God instituted when man was created, that law is shown in earth science as the law of constant proportion which teaches that the elements or ingredients which form a chemical compound are always united in it the same proportion by weight, thus we use 8 parts by weight of oxygen to 1 part of hydrogen. If we use too much oxygen, we suffer, if we do not get the right amount of oxygen, we suffer. The molecules suffer, which in turn the atoms fails to generate energy. Hydrogen from the atmosphere is being harnessed at a fast pace commercially. It runs us it can run cars and planes.


Man is an intricate being, when we can understand how intricate our body is, and how that 17 of earth’s chemicals keep us running then we can understand how powerful our creator is.        


Proverbs 8:22-30, “The Lord possessed me at the beginning of His way, before His works of old, from everlasting I was established.”


Proverbs 8:30, “then I was beside Him, as a master workman; and I was daily His delight.”


From this reading I affirm that God and His Christ moved upon the scene of creation at the same time. Therefore, I deny that God created Christ. Now that Christ is God’s master workman, let me give you scriptural evidence that God was the master architect of all His plans, He planned the intricate details of the Human body, all plants, all animal life, all sea life, all insects, because of His powerful ability He could look down through eternity; and see the needs of humanity throughout all ages to come, and this was done in Heaven before the foundation of the earth, Hebrews 4:3.


So, if God was the master architect and drew up all the plans before the foundation of the world, what did Christ do? Christ says; “I was His master workman, that makes Christ the executor of God’s plans, so then Christ was the creator of all things! Wow, that can’t be true! But, O, yes it can, read with me Col. 1:13-26, “For He delivered us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the Kingdom of His beloved Son, 14, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins, 15, And He is the image of the invisible God, the first born of all creation. 16, for in Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities--all things have been created through Him and for Him. 17,And He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together. 18, “He is also head of the Body, the Church; and He is the beginning, the first born from the dead; so that He Himself might come to have first place in ever thing. 19, “For it was the Fathers good pleasure for all the fullness to dwell in Him.” 26, “That is, the Mystery which has been hidden from the past ages and generations; but has NOW been manifested to His saints”.


So what was created in Heaven? First, was God’s plan for eternity? Second was the creation of the Government in Heaven, the rules, regulations, and terms of salvation, judgment for disobedience. The interposition of Christ as a redeemer for mankind. In God’s justice only a sinless person could purchase back those spirits being held in the Hadean world, in separation from God. All mankind would suffer death as a result of sin by our first parents, all departed spirits would be held in the Hadean world until Christ came to redeem them with His blood. Third, the kingdom would be created, in the English language Kingdom and Church is one and the same institution, there is not 2 Kingdoms, or 2 Churches. is blood        


Prov. 8:22-30.Fourth, the heavens were created after the foundation of the world.


Gen. 1:14-18, God planned 3 heavens, and one magnetic field beyond the third heaven. Scientist, who explores the firmament, calls the first heaven, where we live and breath atmosphere. And the second heaven is above the clouds, where birds do not fly it is called the stratosphere. And the third heaven is called the ionosphere; this heaven is where the Sun, Moon, and Stars abide. God adds no new stars, The Bethlehem Star God planned in the beginning. It came into view at the birth of Christ. The atmosphere is where we get our oxygen and hydrogen. Also in this atmosphere there are 15 pounds of air pressure on each square inch of our bodies, yet we are not crushed there is an equal pressure inside our bodies which negates the crushing weight of the atmosphere. Such was the plan of God from the period of beginning. God provided in His plan a law, which governs the high-energy protons, electrons, and mesons, which the different stars, planets, moon and sun dumps down to the atmosphere. If there was not a law, which governs this vast amount of energy, it would cause a chain of reaction in the elements and destroy the world. Think of the Atom bomb that was dropped in Japan during the Second World War, you have seen pictures of this destruction. Then there was the Hydrogen bomb more than ten times more powerful than the atom bomb. And yet all this energy came from the earth, and the atmosphere, the hydrogen for the hydrogen bomb was harnessed from the atmosphere. Without the power of God, and a law to control the many energy’s we would have no world. But, God created a law in the beginning that would control this great energy. What a wonderful, and powerful God we have. Praise be to our God.


In the beginning, God created law that would control, and demonstrate order, and design of the earth. Dr. Von Brauner agrees, and says,”U-235 and U 238 is an ore controlled by a creator, under the creator nature can of itself separate uranium isotopes. Man has worked for many years to separate the Isotope; but failed.


In the beginning, and after the creation of laws which would govern the earth and the heavenly bodies, and after creating a heavenly government which would control heavenly activity, and creating a Spiritual Covenant, which would control the activity of heavenly creations, and earthly creations, and their spiritual salvation. Now God is ready to create a host of angels, angels were to worship God just as we do today under the Spiritual Covenant. The Covenant Christians are under today, is the Covenant that Adam rejected. Sin by Adam caused the spiritual Covenant to go in dormancy. However, God promised to restore this Covenant when Christ came, Isaiah 2:1-4, Isaiah chapters 51-53, Jeremiah 31:31ff.

All this arrangement and the fact that Adam rejected this Covenant was no after thought on the part of God, His foresight prepared Him for this, therefore, God created His plans sufficiently to govern any and all events. This Covenant allowed for Jesus the Christ to become High Priest over all the angels, and their worship to God. Christ is still our High Priest.


In the beginning God, and Christ having foresight, and foreknowledge, and having viewed eternity, and knowing that mankind would reject God. And be destroyed in the pits of Hell, Christ interposed His life, His blood to redeem mankind from Adam to the Cross as well as after the Cross.

In the beginning, God said, speaking in regards to the up coming generations, “As I swore in my wrath, they shall enter My rest” “ALTHOUGH HIS WORKS WERE FINISHED FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE WORLD”. God is able here to foresee those who would serve other god’s, and denominations these would reject His plan, and these would not enter His rest.


To enter His Rest, one must seek the Kingdom of Christ Matthew 6:33, “But seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added to you."


Matthew 25:34, the evidence points to that fact. The spiritual kingdom prepared from the foundation of the world. Kingdom is in the singular sense, not many kingdom rather one.


1 Peter 1:20, Informs us that Christ was fore known before the foundation of the world.


Hebrews 4:3, Says that His works, God’s works were finished from the foundation of the world. So the record of Matthew 25:34 stands as one kingdom. There is no legal record that God would ever change His mind and establish another kingdom or allow His creation to attach other kingdoms to His. Those who reject the one Kingdom, rejects God.


Eph. 1:4, in fact the apostle Paul gives us evidence that God had the ability before the creation of the earth to foresee forward and through eternity. Because of this ability to accomplish this He could better create a perfect plan or a scheme of redemption, which in time would be needed to redeem fallen man, which He foresaw would occur. Therefore He chose creation to be spiritual before Him in love, yet the plan was there to redeem man. For God knew that by creating man and giving Him a choice he would fall.


1 Cor. 2:7, God’s predestined planed for, or prepared a blue print for all eternity and this before the ages begin. When did the ages begin? All evidence points to the fact that ages begin to be counted before or about the time that God laid out the foundation of the earth and while heaven alone existed.


Proverbs 8:26,27, “While He had not yet made the earth and the fields nor the first dust of the world. When He established the heavens I was there”. No clearer indication is more complete in this one fact. Heaven at one time existed alone. This fact does not cause a problem at Genesis 1:1, “And God created the heavens and earth.” NASV


Genesis 1:1,“God created the heavens and earth”. Earth was now needed. Satan and those who followed Him was given a domain the earth. Satan was the Prince of the air, Ephesians 1:2.


John 12:31, “Now judgment is upon this world:” This world indicates Satan’s domain earth. “Now the ruler of this world shall be cast out.” At this point of the creation of earth it was for Satan’s domain. The earth was void and waste and was in total darkness.


John 16:11, “And concerning judgment because the ruler of this world has been judged.” This ruler spoken of here still remained to be that of Satan and the phrase “has been” is past tense.


Daniel 7:26, of this domain Daniel speaks, “But the court will set for judgment and his domain will be taken away, annihilated and destroyed forever”.  See Jude v.6, 2 Peter 2:4.


Rev. 11:15,“The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ; And He will reign forever and ever”. The world spoken of here is “this world” Satan’s domain that has been spoken of earlier in John 12:31, 16:11 and Eph. 2:2. Now we have shown scripturally the angels who sinned and the fact that a place of bondage was needed to hold them until their judgment therefore God created earth at that time for that purpose.


Proverbs 8:24-29, here earth science agrees with the biblical account of earth’s creation. God said two or three witnesses confirm a fact, Matt. 18:17. Keep in mind within this context we are looking at problems regardless of their nature; the problem is disbelief in God’s creation, when and how. Scripture makes the claim that God created. Earth science produces as a witness that objects. We have two witnesses with the case in Matt 18:17, two or three witnesses confirms the fact,  “every fact”, Deut 19:15. God created earth from matter it remains matter and all forms of matter can be found by drilling into the core of earth. Also the upheaval of Noah’s flood in many places changed the facial view of earth.


Psalms 89:37,“Like the moon and the witness in the sky is faithful.” Creation itself becomes a witness so long as it can be seen, heard or tested. Christ speaks upon this matter, John 8:17.


Proverbs 8:27,29, Confirms the creation of the deep “water” water or the seas were needed to encompass the earth so that earth when created would be inclosed.


Genesis 1:2, “And darkness was over the surface of the deep; and the spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters.”


Earth sciences, within the last forty years well drillers in several north western states drilling for water at depths over four thousand feet into the earth begin to drill into beds of ruby red agatized coral with a hardness of eight to eight and with a lime stone crust which protected the stone much like the formation of diamond. Very soon it was recognized as a precious gemstone. Water works were soon diverted to drilling for coral the market demand grew. Incendently I have specimens of this material. Earth offered up its witness of earth’s creation and its contents. Another witness of earth being matter also is the upheavals of Noah’s flood.


Australia is another witness in that country is found the world’s finest opal. However it is brought to the surface by drilling deep into the earth deposited there at the creation of earth. Thus far we have shown the sequence of creation as well as different periods of creation and have shown evidence both biblically and scientifically as witnesses of this fact. The time period between these creations and the first day can never be determined it could be billions of years. However beginning with the first day Gen. 1:3-5, forward to this very year there is recorded a good record.


Psalms 148:1-14, the whole all of God’s creation in its own way invoked to praise and worship God. Someone says, “Well that really does not mean what it says”. To that one I have bad news for you. God said what He wanted to say and meant what He said. It may be hard to understand but with God “The father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow”, James 1:17.


Exodus 34:14, “For you shall not worship any other god, for the Lord whose name is jealous is a jealous God.” The word “worship” defined, to bow down to, to honor, to praise, to serve, to worship in the spirit of God, Phil 3:3. So since Psalms 148:1 invokes all His creation to praise and worship Him. Then there is a pressing need to know if God while heaven alone existed established a particular plan of praise and worship for the angels, the Son and all creation. Since in Psalms 148:1-14, God calls upon angels to praise Him then we can scripturally say that God did not forget to include a spiritual plan, a system of rules and regulations which would govern the activities of praise, worship and service to Him. Therefore we may also conclude scripturally that John 1:1-3, v-2 “He was in the beginning with God”, has direct reference to Christ the Son of God.


Hebrews 1:2, “In these last days has spoken to us in His Son whom He appointed heir of all things through also He made the world.” Without any doubt this gives Christ the title of executer of God’s universal plan, Psalms 104:5 ff becomes witness of this fact.


Col. 1:15-18, “And He is the image of the invisible God the firstborn of all creation. For in Him all things were created, both in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities. All things have been created through Him and for Him. And He is before all things and in Him all things hold together. He is also head of the body the assembly. And He is the beginning the firstborn from the dead; So that He Himself might come to have first place in everything.”


Some facts regarding the above scriptures.


a.   All things in heaven and on earth were created or established by Christ; so any form of spiritual praise and worship was set in order by Christ in heaven fulfilling the will of God.


b.   If Christ is the head of the spiritual assembly now on earth then He was the head of the spiritual assembly in heaven. Further from evidence already submitted shows that Christ was indeed the executor of God’s complete plan for all creation. Then can we say that Christ was at the head of the spiritual system in heaven? We cannot deny: neither can we deny that God was the designer and that design for a spiritual system was planned in such way as to meet the needs of each dispensation. It is clear and easy to see that each dispensation included more laws and more instructions. Each dispensation being to some degree different and yet the dispensation followed God’s prearranged plan without any erring on the part of God.


c.   In addition to Christ being the executor of God’s will, did He not become the High Priest of God? High Priest over the assembly in heaven? Does Isaiah 9:6-7 depict Christ as the one who would be called mighty God, Prince of peace, upholding justice and righteousness? Does the writer of Hebrews depict Melchizedek and the translation of his name as being the king of righteousness? As well as the king of peace? Hebrews 7:2. Is it not true that when this Melchizedek came to Abram in Gen. 14:18 that he was never seen again: So then the writer could say in Heb. 7:3 he was without father, without mother without genealogy having neither the beginning of days, nor the end of life, but made like the Son of God he abides a priest perpetually.


Now I call your attention again to Heb. 7:2, “By the translation of his name (Melchizedek) king of righteousness and then king of Salem, which is king of peace.” Psalms 76:2, makes the following statement, “His tabernacle is in Salem. His dwelling place is in Zion”. The best location found to date would locate Salem near the “Kings Vale” as it was called during the time of Abraham according to Heb. 7:16-27. Would for sure designate Christ as the king, Christ as the priest and thus would be offered as a witness that Christ was the executor and priest of God in heaven, 1 Tim. 6:15. Zion represents the city of God, which Abraham searched for, Heb. 11:10, Heb. 13:14, Rev. 21:10-27.


Genesis 3:1-24, Adam and Eve being created as free moral agents yet in a state of spirituality. Created also was the tree of life patterned after the assembly in heaven; God gave them a choice if they ate of this tree they would surly die the spiritual death. If they did not eat they would remain spiritual they chose to eat.


Some observations at this point:


a.   There was only one tree there was not plurality of trees forbidden of to eat. This tree alone manifested the spirit of Christ the king of righteousness and of peace.


b.   Thus we see clearly that God did not establish religion in heaven or in the garden. Christ was the priest of God’s assembly that was given and rejected in the garden.


c.   It is the opinion of at least some critics that in regards to this document that the credibility is unequivocally indubitable and the significance well expressed.


Genesis 3:24, “so He drove the man out; and at the east of the garden of Eden He stationed the Cherubim and the flaming sword which turned in every direction to guard the way to the tree of life.” The action of rejection on the part of Adam and Eve did not cause God to have an after thought on His part. His plan was not changed to accommodate the pair. Adam and Eve now had full knowledge of good and evil. They were free to make their choice as well as their offspring. In That dispensation some chose to serve God, some chose to serve evil. They were on the honor system under the spiritual covenant today the honor system is at work. We can choose religion to serve or we can choose Christianity, which is the opposite of religion.


This article beyond any doubt shows unanimity between the spiritual instructions decreed in the garden and that which is in the covenant of Jer. 31:31 ff. Incidentally this article shows restoration of spiritual conditions of Eden. Isaiah chapters 51, 52, 53 confirm this restoration. Acts 3:20,21 confirms the restoration of all things.


Being redundant I must remind the reader that the assembly of Christ as we know it today did not for the first time exist in Jerusalem, rather in heaven and the garden. However the covenant promise in Jer. 31:31ff which was first drawn up in heaven by God while heaven existed alone as the habitation of God, Christ, Holy Spirit and angels, Prov. 8:26,27.


Isaiah 66:20-22, “For just as the New Heavens and the new earth which I make will endure before me declares the Lord”. God does not divinely decree the annhilation of literal heaven and earth, rather promises to make them new. The covenant change would accomplish a change wherein all things would become new and spiritual, 2 Cor. 5:16,17, Rev. 21:1-5. As we continue to scripturally travel the road to restoring or re-establishing the spiritual covenant we come to other places.


Isaiah 1:27, “Zion will be redeemed with justice”. Verse 26, “And after that you will be called the city of righteousness”.


Question, a serious Question:


How can anything that has never existed be redeemed or restored? God has no reference to the foreign gods that physical Israel worshiped being restored rather the spiritual from the beginning. The self-instituted religions brought into existence would be destroyed, Isaiah 1:19,20, 3:1-5.


Isaiah 2:1-4, God begins to reveal through Isaiah His plans for restoring the spiritual covenant. “The mountain of the Lord’s house will be raised above the hills”. Chief of the mountains represents superiority over all or any institutions sought to be established by man. Also it shows that this mountain has been blessed by God in such way that no other mountain is accepted only the chief. May we also notice, “The Mountain of the Lord’s house”?


Three words which deserves sincere attention. The indicates one. Mountain is in the singular meaning one. House is singular meaning one. Chief, which means the highest in rank, chief is also singular. God foreknew that religions, which He did not authorize would surface. This place in God’s word would forever show that religion was not and is not nor will ever be recognized by God. Thus it becomes counterfeit.


Isaiah 9:6,7, “For a child will be born to us; a Son will be given to us; and the government will rest on His shoulders; and His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. There will be no end to the increase of His government or of peace, on the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it and to uphold it with justice and Righteousness From then on forevermore.


Little by little God is revealing His plan and here the word kingdom. In verse 7 the word kingdom is mentioned and it is singular. Again showing the importance of one kingdom. Then in the same verse He refers to the kingdom as “it”, referring to one kingdom.


Daniel 7:13,14, Daniel saw in a vision one like the Son of man coming before the ancient of days, (God) and to Him was given dominion glory and a kingdom and His kingdom is one which will not be destroyed.


Luke 19:12-27, Luke records the fulfillment of Daniels vision through the parable told by Jesus. Notice two important things here and carefully consider. Christ went away to receive a kingdom this would have been after His resurrection after receiving the kingdom and while the ten slaves were still living Christ returns, verse 15, notice He returned. The “Second Coming” was fulfilled during the lifetime of the ten slaves. Then verses 22-27 were represented as the judgment, which religion classifies as a future and general judgment!


Col. 1:18, “He is also head of the body the assembly”.

One thought just occurred to me. Christ is the head of the assembly. Research shows more than 1200 bodies of religion in this country alone. What a sight to see Christ the one head attached to 1200 bodies how awesome!


Eph. 4:4,5, “There is one body one spirit, one hope, one Lord, one faith, one baptism and one God.”




Several issues must be considered with and open mind, laying aside preconceived ideas for a short period, which in all truth will allow a person to freely explore. Study on their own research and be able to arrive at their own conclusion. It is not my desire to ask that you respect my own autonomy and then I turn and violate your autonomy.


The following articles are now under consideration.


a.   Can we scripturally deny that God established the spiritual system of worship in heaven?


b.   Can we scripturally prove that in addition to His spiritual system that He also established religion for those who did or would not agree with His spiritual system, terms and instructions?


c.   Can we scripturally prove that Christ, the Son on God was not the executor of God’s plan?


d.   Scripturally can we say that Christ was not the priest of God beginning in heaven?


e.   Can we deny that the tree of life placed in the Garden of Eden was representative of the spiritual covenant established in heaven?


f.     Can we deny that God had foresight from His day through out eternity and did accordingly draw up His plan to meet each and every event?


g.   Can we deny that through Abraham He would establish or re-establish the spiritual covenant on earth as it was in heaven?


h.   Can we deny that God through Isaiah in chapters 51, 52, 53 promised to restore through the spiritual covenant of Jer. 31:31 ff the conditions of Eden?


i.     Can we scripturally show where God established religions in the absence of the spiritual covenant?


j.     Do we commit sin when we fail as an individual to prove what the will of God is, Romans 12:2, Ephesians 5:10.


k.   Can we scripturally show that man has the authority to delete and fail to incorporate into his teaching all the rules and instructions inspired by God, 2 Timothy 3:16?


l.     Can we deny that Christ (bought out) purchased God’s assembly, Acts 20:28?


m. Did Christ not take the reign of government from God at the price of His own blood? Isa. 9:6,7, Matt. 28. 18, 1 Peter 3:22.


n.   Can we deny that the ownership of God’s assembly was changed to the ownership of Christ?


o.   Can we deny that the spiritual covenant rules and regulations were designed for Christ and His assembly?


p.   Can we deny that the Holy Spirit inspired the writer of Acts to say in Acts 4:12, “And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men, by which we must be saved”?


q.   Can we scripturally prove that God, Christ or the Holy Spirit ever approved of syncretism? 


r.     Would you agree that syncretism is by man fashioned out of elements taken from religions of all ages and from every corner of the earth and that it is a rationalistic Gnostic conception of the open door policy?


s.   Do we really believe 1 Cor. 4:6, Rev. 22:18,19, Deut. 4:2. Prov. 30:5,6?




In regards to this subject and its evidence submitted I have been brief in my story line. With all evidence connected to this subject, scripturally and with the use of Astrophysics and with earth Science would indeed cover forty or fifty pages. Therefore, the volume would become boring. My intention was designed to open the door to the reader, in order that people would begin an investigation into what they believe, opposed to what God has revealed through His plan designed for mankind.


a.   Your investigation should first be to prove that God’s plan is null and void. Your second line of investigation should be to take your Encyclopedia and find the name of the religious institution that you belong to, and read until you find evidence of who and what man or woman established the religion of which you are a member.


b.   Then read Acts 4:11-12, and see if that person had obtained authority from God to establish another religious entity.


c.   Prove what the will of God is Romans 12:2, to prove what the will of God is, you must apply yourself to what the Apostle Paul informed the church at Corinth to do 1 Cor. 4:6, then proceed to 2 Tim. 2:15, when you have surveyed the evidence in the New Testament, and have found the rules, regulations, and instructions for salvation, then ask yourself. Am I following God’s plan for salvation, as well as His instructions for maintaining our salvation?


To further help you to understand the points I have made in this document, in regards to God first establishing the Church of God in Heaven first, and then having it rejected by Adam and Eve, that the Church of God, the spiritual system went into a dormant stage as God had so designed it to do. But He also designed it to be restored through His Son Jesus Christ.


a.  You seek the truth you shall find it. Ask yourself the following questions do I believe that one church is as good as another?


b.    Do I believe that Baptism is essential to the forgiveness of sins?


c.     Do I believe in the virgin Birth of Christ?


d.    Do I believe that Christ paid the redemption price of His blood and life so that man from Adam and Eve could be redeemed? Remember that you cannot have a redemption without the resurrection check out Hosea 6:1-2, Daniel 12:2, Matthew 27:50-53.


e.    Then ask yourself do I believe in the “second coming of Christ to fulfill all prophecy”? Then check out Matthew 5:17, and Luke 21:20-22, Luke 24:44.


f.      And last ask yourself do I take communion on the first day of each week? Check out Matthew 26:26-28, then Luke 22:17-20, also 1 Cor. 11:23-29, Acts 20:7.


I am sincere in asking the reader these questions; they are vital to your salvation and I pray that you will investigate that which I have asked of you.  

Jessie Mills

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