God's Plan For Man

    Mankind lives in a universe with such a vastness that it implies there must have been a Creator. As such, the question arises, "Who made the Creator?" Science continues to regress from the implications of cause and effect, but in the end after going back to infinity they must confess to an eternal Creator. "In the beginning God  (Elohim) created the heaven and the earth" (Gen. 1:1). Thus, there lies a need within mankind to serve and believe in a God. It  is impossible for mankind to please God without faith in God.

     Our eternal, triune God has always existed, and has been endlessly at work throughout all the eternal past. After designing His plan for  eternity He spoke (Yeshua is God's living Word) into existence the heavens, and the earth.  If mankind can take by faith the first verse of the Bible the rest of the Book will simply fall into place.

     God did not create evil, sickness nor sin. He only created good within a boundary of obedience and gave Lucifer a FREE
WILL. Who is Lucifer? The Bible describes him as:

                                "How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,
                                 son of the morning!  how art thou cut down
                                 to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
                                 For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend
                                 into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the 
                                 stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount
                                 of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
                                 I will ascend above the heights of the clouds;
                                 I will be like the most High
" (Isa. 14:12-14).

When Lucifer fell through his willful pride and disobedience to God and willingly walked beyond his Creator's designated boundary of life, he of himself became the father of all evil, sickness and death (Satan).

     When Adam and Eve were created by God and placed in the garden of Eden they were also given a free will, with the ability to live forever, multiply, and fellowship with their Creator. However, within the garden grew two trees; the Tree of Life and the Tree of Death. Just as Lucifer was given a choice so were Adam and Eve allowed to exercise their free will (Gen. 2:15-17)In reflection it is sad to say, instead of choosing to fellowship with God and comfortably live forever, Adam and Eve chose to follow the temporal desires of the flesh, and the lies of Satan and die, or in other words, be eternally separated from God in an unending place of  punishment, Hell.

     Although the story does not end there, for in the infinite wisdom of God, He provided an escape and a redemption plan for man, YESHUA.  For more on this plan please see our webpage on "How To Be Saved".  "...To the Jew first then also to the Greeks (Gentiles)"
(Rom. 1:16).