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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

All Time Is One Genesis 18:1-2

Before continuing on with Genesis 18 I think it is important to talk about time itself. Although some may think that it's unrelated with Genesis 18, I would disagree. In verse two father Abraham is confronted by 3 people. In which he immediately recognizes one as being the Lord, God in human flesh form. I have heard other opinion's that this event was a foreshadowing of the Messiah and I have also heard that some think all three people were angels.

In a way I agree it was a foreshadowing of the Messiah. However, if you talk to people who have this opinion they don't seem to truly believe it was the Messiah (Jesus) because he was not physically born of Mary at that time, this is where I start to disagree because I actually believe it was the Messiah and he had the ability to go backward in time, just as he had the ability to go forward in time. In fact he was not limited by time at all.

Let me explain a little further, in the New Testament during the transfiguration Yashua (Jesus) was transformed into radiant light. This was witnessed by three of the Apostles Peter, James, and John. This was recorded in Matthew 17:1-9, Mark 9:2-8, Luke 9:28-36, and is referred to in 2 Peter 1:16-18. During this transfiguration he was seen with Moses and Elijah. If he was with them and Moses and Elijah lived before his time then obviously someone either went forward in time or he went backward in time for him to be with them.

There are other examples where God in the flesh had appeared to others such as when he walked with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, or Daniel 3:25 in the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, and is quite present in the end time prophecies of the book of Revelation. I can also use the example of the Father allowing people to be moved in time such as when John wrote the book of Revelation and he saw the future. I actually believe John was there seeing the events firsthand as he wrote about them and they were not presented to him on a television, movie screen, or some other form of second hand information.

What is time anyway?
Now it really gets deep and I am sure I will lose some people on this, but will go ahead anyway. I am seriously interjecting my opinion at this point and going on a tangent so try to bare with me. Time is a necessary property because it spreads out events. For example I am sitting in a chair right now. There has probably been about fifty people that have sat in this same chair since it was made. If all the people that ever sat in this chair were in the chair all at one time they would be inside of each other in a mass chaotic conglomeration. Another thing that would happen is that you would be born and die at the exact same time. So maybe you can start to see some of the problems when time is not separated some way.

Some people have definitions of what time is and they are kind of vague they can only describe it as something like a series of events one after another. I believe you can look at time as being a natural property such as light. In the example of light, all the colors are in one form of white light until separated by a prism.

White light enters a prism and is separated into many different colors. It really doesn't take much to change the shape of the prism slightly to have the yellow and red overlap and create another color such as orange. It may also be possible to reverse it and send separate colors into a prism and have white light come out of it on the other side. So you can describe all colors or light as being one.

In much like light, time is spread out according to the Father's desires. If I am correct then it really wouldn't take much to control different time frames and have them overlap each other to occupy the same period in time.

The bible tells us that Father Yahweh is the Alpha and Omega, beginning and end. If he controls time in the way I believe, then he cannot be described as anything less than the King of Kings!

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