Saturday, May 30, 2015


THE PRE ADAMIC AGE ~ By Gods plan For All.
The Biblical Truth of the Pre-Adamic Age
The Pre-Adamic Age is the First Age of the Seven Ages in God’s Plan for All. It began at the creation of the heavens and the earth, and ended at the start of the six-day creation week, during which Adam and Eve were created. The Pre-Adamic Age was the age when angels were the key focus of God’s dealings. The First Age is an important age in God’s Plan of the Ages. It helps us to appreciate and understand the following five important facts, which we cover in this chapter:Our earth is much older than six thousand years.When God created the heavens and the earth in the beginning, He created the earth in such a beautiful and perfect condition that the angels responded with joyful singing and shouting.There was a massive cataclysmic global judgement of God against the world of Lucifer (Satan) and his angels when they sinned by rebelling against God during the Pre-Adamic Age. Since then, God has chained Satan and his fallen angels in spiritual darkness and confined them to earth and its heaven (earth’s atmosphere), awaiting their final judgement in the Lake of Fire.Earth’s geology has been greatly impacted and shaped by this massive Pre-Adamic cataclysmic global judgement from God.There will be another massive cataclysmic global judgement from God against this present sinful world, at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Let us now begin our study of this important First Age. Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.  The heavens mean the whole complete universe consisting of billions of galaxies with billions of stars and planets. Our minds cannot even begin to grasp the wonders and limitless power of God, which the universe displays. In this very first verse of the Bible, Genesis 1:1, God singles out the earth as the most important planet in the entire universe. This is because God has a tremendous purpose to use the earth as the centre of the universe. It is on earth that God will establish His Eternal Kingdom of the New Heaven and the New Earth, after He has first refined and cleansed the earth during the Lake of Fire
Judgement Age.
     So, how did God create the universe and the earth in the beginning? The Bible says that God simply commanded and they were created. Psalm 148:2-52 Praise Him, all His angels; Praise Him, all His hosts! 3 Praise Him, sun and moon; Praise Him, all you stars of light! 4 Praise Him, you heavens of heavens, And you waters above the heavens! 5 Let them praise the name of the LORD, for He commanded and they were created. 
     The creation of the entire universe, including the earth, must be understood as an instantaneous creation at the command of God. When God created the universe in the beginning, He also designed and created the Law of Gravity. God introduced the Law of Gravity for the stability and for the continual existence of the universe. All bodies in the universe are held together and maintain their orbits because of gravitation. Smaller bodies are held in their orbits by bigger bodies. Moons orbit planets, planets orbit stars, stars orbit galactic centres, and galaxies orbit other galaxies in clusters.The important point to understand is that it is impossible for the moon to exist without the earth, and it is impossible for the earth to exist without the sun, and for the sun to exist without our galaxy, the Milky Way, and for the Milky Way to exist without other galaxies. So, the whole universe must have been created instantaneously for it to exist, and this is exactly what God did in the beginning, as Psalm 148:5 above confirms, ‘He commanded and they were created’.
    Time began when God created the earth, the sun and the moon with the rest of the universe, in the beginning. This is when God's Plan of the Ages began. How long ago was the beginning when God commanded and instantaneously created the universe with the earth? The Bible does not say. However, star distances and many other modern scientific methods, all show us that the beginning. was many millions of years ago. It cannot have been around six-ten thousand years ago, as believed by Young Earth Creationists. Even Young Earth Creationists themselves admit that star distance is a problem when defending their belief in a young earth. Most probably, scientists have overestimated the age of our earth as being about 4.5 billion years old, but we can be absolutely sure that the earth is much older than six-ten thousand years. Young Earth Creationists claim to interpret the Genesis account of creation literally to justify their belief in a young earth. They say that anything other than about six-ten thousand years is playing around with the literal translation of the creation account. In actuality, it is the Young Earth Creationists themselves who play around with the literal meaning of the Genesis account of creation. Let us now see what the Bible says and what Young Earth Creationism (YEC) says. The Bible says that God created the earth in the beginning; YEC says that God created the earth in the first day. The Bible says that God created the sun and the moon in the beginning; YEC says that God created the sun and the moon in the fourth day. The Bible says that God created the heavens and the earth in the beginning; YEC says that God created the heavens and the earth in six days. Young Earth Creationism misunderstands the Genesis account of God's creation when it misinterprets the very first verse of the Bible (Genesis 1:1) as being a summary statement of the six-day creation account, which is described in Genesis 1:3-31. This misunderstanding of the very first verse of the Bible has led Young Earth Creationism to believe that God created the earth on the first day without the sun, and that it wasn't until the fourth day that God created the sun, the moon and the stars. This is not only biblically untrue but also scientifically nonsensical. It is impossible for a 24-hour day comprising of both light and darkness, day and night with morning and evening to occur, without both the earth and the sun existing together. This is elementary physics and common sense.

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