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Why Did God Create Us?
King David asked essentially the same thing:

"When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers … what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?" (Psalm 8:3-4).

Why did God make us? To answer that, we need to know three things:


 

First,  it wasn't because he needed us: "The God who made the world and everything in it … is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything" (Acts 17:24-25).

And he didn't make us because he was lonely. Long before we were here, God already had "company" with his Son and the Holy Spirit, referred to in Genesis 1:26, "Let us make man in our own image."

And he didn't make us because he needed his ego fed. It's not like God made us to satisfy some craving to be worshiped. God is totally secure in who he is—without us.


 

Second, despite not needing us, God chose to create us anyway, out of his great love: "I have loved you with an everlasting love" (Jeremiah 31:3). Yes, God loved us before he even created us. It's impossible to get our heads around that idea, but it's true; that's what "everlasting" love means.

God is love (1 John 4:8), and because of that love and his wonderful creativity, he made us so we can enjoy all that he is and all that he's done.


 

Third, God created us to fulfill his eternal plan. God has created everything in the earth and in the heavens for a purpose to heal and guide man on earth, many of us have no clue on the things God created for our purpose. God's secret wisdom is hidden (1 Cor 2:1-16) It pleases God, however, to reveal some of His sweet secrets to man and not to any man, if God reveals a secret to you, it was given to you for a purpose. Everyone likes a mystery. What is more, the discerning man who wishes to understand truth peers into the “deep things of God,” to try and comprehend the profound truths found in his word, to try and discern his will, even learn the secrets that he had at one time kept hidden, and has only revealed at the proper time.

(1 Corinthians 2:10) . . .for the spirit searches into all things, even the deep things of God.

(1 Corinthians 2:14) 14 But a physical man does not receive the things of the spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him.


The “sacred secrets,” or mysteries of God, are not like the hidden mysteries of this world. They are not revealed only to a select few who have been initiated and are hidden from the rest. Rather sacred secrets of God are hidden from human understanding, and then, when the time is right, God reveals them to his servants, and then he commissions them to teach them publicly to all who will listen, everyone will not have ears to here, especially if your talking about the invisible things of the world that come from God's creation's in the heavens that have powerful influences on earth that most do not understand.  God gives his secret wisdom to whom he please. A person who is good in God's sight He has given wisdom and  to the man who pleases him, God gives wisdom, knowledge, and joy; Ecc.2:26.Are you keen on understanding these sacred secrets and their import for you, and for mankind?





The wonderful sacred secret of God is first and foremost fulfilled in the Messiah. In fact the very first prophecy of scripture as revealed in Genesis 3:15 attests to this fact, and the rest of the scripture interlaces as a harmonious theme that reveals how God gradually has maneuvered human events to fulfill his good-will toward mankind by utilizing this sacred secret. There we are told prophetically:

In Job chapter 38,39,40, God talks about his sacred secrets, but it is only those that “[dwell] in the secret place of the most high”* (Psalm 91:1) that can know the secrets of the Lord. If you would know much of the secret things of God, you must live near Him. The Lord has a secret tabernacle, and it is down in that secret place with all the world shut out that He tells His secrets. It is a narrow passage that leads to this secret pavilion. Houses and lands must be left behind. Those hearts to whom houses and lands can talk cannot hear the still, sweet voice of God. The voice of the Lord might be saying, “Come to me in a quiet hour of prayer”; but houses and lands would be saying, “You will not have time; we must have your service.” If you would hear God speak, you must leave this world so far behind that you cannot hear it when it speaks.


The way into the Lord’s secret pavilion is so narrow that father and mother, brothers and sisters and friends, must be left behind. God may speak; but if you are not deaf to the voice of father or mother, you may not hear Him. Children also must be left behind. God may be calling you to a secret place where He can tell you secret things. It may be far from home; it may be over the stormy seas; but father, mother, brother, sister, or children may talk so loudly to your heart that you cannot hear God’s voice. “The secret of the LORD is with them that fear him.”* (Psalm 25:14) To fear God is to keep His commandments (Deuteronomy 5:29).

God does not manifest Himself thus to the world, and I sometimes fear that many of His own dear children are not learning as many secrets as they might. How many glorious secret things lie deeper in God than I have gone, I do not know; only, I know there are many. My heart is reaching for them with avidity. Down, down into God; down into His secret pavilion; down where I can see more of His love to me; down where I can feel more of His Spirit’s power; down where His breathings are felt more sensibly upon the soul; down where that still, small voice rhythms more sweetly and can be more distinctly heard—this is the pleading of my soul.

God’s children have nothing to fear. The love of a gracious heavenly parent is over it. Have faith in God, and He will reveal Himself in many wondrous secret ways. God fed the multitude from a few loaves. He is the same today, and He will do the same for you literally. Draw near to Him, and He will teach you secret things.


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Does God Take Pleasure in His Creation? And if so, why does he?

The first question I would answer with a resounding, "Yes!" God does take pleasure in his creation.
How do we know this? Genesis 1 describes for us not only the fact of an ordered creation by God, but also God's response to his creation. Five times, you recall, God stands back, as it were, and takes stock of his creation. Each time the text says, "And God saw that it was good" (vv. 4, 12, 18, 21, 25). And when all was finished and man and woman were created in his own image, it says, "And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good."

I take this to mean that God was delighted with his work. When he looked at it, it gave him pleasure. He was pleased and happy with his creative effort. Psalm 104, is a song to express the joy God has in his creation. The key verse for our purpose is verse 31:


Why It Is Important to Ask the Next Question?

Now the question is, WHY? There are two reasons why this question is important to me. One is that I feel compelled to explain why this pleasure God has in his creation is not an act of idolatry.

Why is this pleasure that God has in creation not a dishonor to the Son of God? Why shouldn't the Son be jealous? Should the Father really share his affection with the world? Should he not be totally satisfied in the beauty of his own perfections reflected back to him in the person of his Son? The other reason for asking why God delights in his creation is that we need to know this before the delight itself can tell us very much about God's character.Two people can desire the same thing for such different reasons that one is honorable and the other is perverse.


 Why Does God Take Pleasure in His Creation?

So for these two reasons at least let's try to answer the question why God takes pleasure in his creation. I'll try to sum it up in five statements based on this psalm and some other parts of Scripture.

These statements about why God delights in his creation are not really separate reasons because they overlap so much. But they each express a little differently the basic reason. So let's begin with the basic reason that seems to me to be right here in verse 31.

May the glory of the Lord endure for ever, may the Lord rejoice in his works.

What this suggests to me is that the joy that God has in his works is owing to the fact that they are the expression of his glory. In other words, I think the two halves of this verse are related something like this: "As long as the glory of the Lord endures in his works, God will indeed rejoice in his works." Or you could say, "May the glory of the Lord endure for ever, so that the Lord may rejoice in his works." So my first and most basic, statement is that . . .

1. God rejoices in his works because his works are an expression of his glory.

This is what Psalm 19 makes very clear:


The heavens are telling the glory of God; and the firmament proclaims his handiwork.

So the most basic reason that God delights in his creation is that in creation he sees the reflection of his own glory, and therefore he is not an idolater when he delights in his work.

But what about the Son of God? Does this mean that the creation is in competition with the Son for the affection of the Father? Remember that the Son, too, is called the reflection of God's glory (Hebrews 1:3). Does God delight partly in the Son and partly in the creation? Does the creation rob the Son of any of the Father's delight? Should the Son be jealous of the creation?

No. Before creation the Father and the Son rejoiced in each other with overflowing satisfaction. And when the time came for creation, the Bible says that both the Father and the Son were active in the work of creation (1 Corinthians 8:6; Colossians 1:16).

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God. All things were made through him and without him was not anything made that was made. (John 1:3)

In other words the work of creation is not merely the work of the Father as though he had to satisfy a need that the Son couldn't meet. Nor was creation merely the work of the Son as though he had to satisfy some need that the Father couldn't meet. Instead it was the work of both of them together.

And so when the Bible teaches that creation expresses the glory of God, we mustn't think merely of the glory of the Father or the glory of the Son, but rather the glory that they have together. And the glory that they have together is that overflowing mutual joy in each other's perfections. So creation is an expression of the overflow of that life and joy that the Father and the Son have in each other.

There is no competition or jealousy in the Godhead. The Son and Father are equally glorified in creation, because creation is the overflow of gladness that they have in each other.

So the first and most basic statement we can make about why God rejoices in his work of creation is that creation is an expression of his glory.

2. God rejoices in the works of creation because they praise him.


In Psalm 148 the psalmist calls on creation itself to praise the Lord:

Praise him, sun and moon,
praise him, all you shining stars!
Praise him, you highest heavens,
and you waters above the heavens!
Let them praise the name of the Lord!
For he commanded and they were created . . .
Praise the Lord from the earth,
you sea monsters and all deeps. (vv. 3–5, 7)

What does this mean? Well we might say that sun and moon and stars praise God by testifying to us about God. That would be true—that's what Psalm 19 says. But what about verse 7: "Praise the Lord you sea monsters and all deeps!" The psalmist is moved by the same thing, it seems, in verse 7: "Praise the Lord, you sea monsters and all deeps!" He doesn't even know what is in all the deeps of the sea! So the praise of the deeps is not merely what they can testify to man.

It seems to me that creation praises God by simply being what it was created to be in all its incredible variety. And since most of the creation is beyond the awareness of mankind (in the reaches of space, and in the heights of mountains and at the bottom of the sea), it wasn't created merely to serve purposes that have to do with us. It was created for the enjoyment of God.

Why did God create great sea monsters? Just to play, to frolic, in the ocean where no man can see but only God. The teeming ocean declares the glory of God, and praises him a hundred miles from any human eye. That's the second statement about why God rejoices in his works.

3. God rejoices in the works of creation because they reveal his incomparable wisdom.

Look at verse 24:

O Lord, how manifold are thy works!
In wisdom has thou made them all;
the earth is full of thy creatures.

"In wisdom thou hast made them all!" In other words the Lord delights in the expressions of his wisdom. This universe is simply a masterpiece of wisdom and order. Or if you just take a part of it like the human body—what an amazing work of knowledge and wisdom. Who can fathom the human brain and the mystery of mind and body!

The world is full of the wisdom of God. Take diatoms for example. In December, Ranger Rick had color photographs of microscopic diatoms. There are 10,000 known species of diatoms! In a teaspoon of lake water there may be a million of these tiny invisible plants. And what are they doing while entertaining God with their microscopic beauty? They are making tons and tons of oxygen so that the animals in the water can breathe!

O Lord, how manifold are thy works!
In wisdom hast thou made them all.

The psalmist simply marveled at how everything worked together. You see this in verse 14.

Thou dost cause the grass to grow for the cattle,
and plants for man to cultivate,
that he may bring forth food from the earth.

What a wonderful experience it is when God grants us a moment in which we don't take anything for granted, but see the world as though it were invented yesterday! How we would marvel at the wisdom of God.

The Lord is the everlasting God,
the Creator of the ends of the earth.
He does not faint or grow weary,
his understanding is unsearchable.
(
Isaiah 40:28)


God rejoices in the works of creation because they reveal his incomparable power.

In Isaiah 40:26 Isaiah looks up at the star-filled sky—perhaps on a night like I remember when I lived in Hesperia Ca eight years ago living in the high desert when the sky was literally a sheet of light and star could not be distinguished from star—he looks up and says,

Lift up your eyes on high and see:
who created these?
He who brings out their host by number,
calling them all by name;
by the greatness of his might,
and because he is strong in power
not one is missing.

If Isaiah was stunned at the power of God to create and name and sustain every star in the heaven that he could see, what would be his worship today if he were shown that the nearest of those stars in his sky, Alpha Centauri and Proxima Centauri, are 25 million million miles away, and that what he was seeing in his night sky was a tiny patch of our galaxy which has in it a hundred billion stars, and that beyond our galaxy there are millions of galaxies?

What is this universe but the lavish demonstration of the incredible, incomparable, unimaginable exuberance and wisdom and power and greatness of God! And what a God he must be! What a God he must be!

Which brings me to the final statement.

5. God rejoices in the works of creation because they point us beyond themselves to God himself.

God means for us to be stunned and awed by his work of creation. But not for its own sake. He means for us always to look at his creation and say: If the work of his hands is so full of wisdom and power and grandeur and majesty and beauty, what must this God be like in himself!!

In the end it will not be the seas or the mountains or the canyons or the clouds or the great galaxies that fill our hearts to breaking with wonder and fill our mouths with eternal praise. It will be God himself.



Why Is Your Relationship with God Important?

Do you think it is more important to have a great knowledge of the bible, or a great relationship with God? Or maybe a combination of both? If you think about it, many people back in Jesus' day couldn't read. Most of the disciples probably couldn't read. The Pharisees and the scribes I'm sure could read, and they had a great knowledge of the Bible, but Jesus criticized these people more harshly than anyone else. I think the Pharisees were doing exactly what many Christians today do, they think they know everything there is to know about God just because they know their religion perfectly, but they are so very far from God, and they don't even realize it. What do you think makes you connected to God? Why do you think God made you?
You are unique. There’s not anybody in the world like you. There never has been. There never will be. When God made you He broke the mold. God does not create carbon copies, He only creates originals. You're unique. If you were to search the whole world, you wouldn't find two people who had the same footprint or fingerprint or voiceprint. You are unique. Why did God make you different from every person who’s ever lived? Why did He go to all that trouble? Because He wants you to know how special you are, how much you matter to Him. You are unique. God also created you for a purpose. would you like to know what your purpose is? If your not serving your purpose God created you for, you are disconnected, now God will always love you, but to find the purpose he created you for means that you are in harmony with him and connected to the purpose he created you for. When you find your purpose you are doing exactly what God has created you for. This is when all your blessings are available.

God’s Timing
Discerning the Seasons

God is aware of the importance of acting in the right time.

God has made it easy for us to understand His timing. He made it simple to discover His time by giving us the seasons of life.

You must understand that everything has seasons.

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven: (Ecc 3:1)

You see, to know the time for everything you need to understand that every activity has a season. Seasons are God’s clue to timing. Why did God create the stars in the heavens in the first place? We read one significant answer in Genesis, the first chapter.

Moses wrote: “And God said, ‘Let there be lights in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as SIGNS to mark seasons and days and years” (Genesis 1:14, The word for “sign” here, in the Hebrew, is owth, and means “a signal, as a flag, beacon, monument, omen, prodigy, evidence,” etc. The word for “seasons” is the Hebrew moadim and means “festivals, literally, appointed times.”

Gesenius’ Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon points out that this word means “a sign,” “a token” (Exo.12:13; Josh.2:12), “signs and times” (Gen.1:14), i.e., “signs of times.” It is used of a military ensign, a sign of something past, and a sign of something future, a portent, as well as a sign of anything which cannot be seen.

For “seasons”, Strong’s Concordance has “an appointment, i.e. a fixed time or season; spec. a festival.” Gesenius has it, “(1) a set time, . . . (2) an assembly . . . (3) a place in which an assembly is held . . . (4) an appointed time, a signal.”

Thus heavenly bodies, and the periodic return of comets, and celestial meteor showers, and eclipses, can be, in Biblical terms, a “heavenly sign”! God spoke of such signs occurring before His return to planet Earth. When such a sign occurs on a moad or moadim, or Festival of God, it is especially significant.Jesus Christ Himself said, referring to the days before His second coming: “And there will be fearful sights and GREAT SIGNS from heaven” (Luke 21:11,). Christ went on, “And there will be SIGNS in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars . . .” (Luke 21: 25).


Also speaking of His second coming, to rule this world, and to deliver mankind from its greatest crisis in all human history, Jesus foretold: “Immediately after the tribulation of those days, the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars [meteors] will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken [an incredible cosmic quaking and shaking -- see Hebrews 12:25-28; Hag.2:21-23]. Then the SIGN of the Son of Man will APPEAR in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will SEE the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and glory” (Matt.24:29-31).

Such signs are also mentioned as occurring before the day of the Lord in the Tanakh — the Old Testament Scriptures (Joel 2:30-31; Joel 2:10; Joel 3:14-16).

Does God often send mysterious “signs” in the heavens before He performs mighty works in the earth? What do the Scriptures say about this?

The prophet Joel tells us, “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, BEFORE the coming of the great and awesome day of the LORD” (Joel 2:31).

These awesome occurrences in the skies and heavens will stagger mankind, causing terrible fright and anxiety. John in Revelation prophesied, that in the period just before the coming of the Messiah, and the “Day of the Lord,” that great signs would take place: “I look when He opened the sixth seal, and behold, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became like blood” (Rev.6:12).


“And the stars of heaven fell to the earth [meteor showers], as a fig tree droops its late figs when it is shaken by a mighty wind. Then the sky receded as a scroll when it is rolled up, and every mountain and island was moved out of its place” (Rev.6:13-14). After this, then, comes the final “Day of the Lord” — the time when God Himself begins to punish the nations, and bring His divine judgments of wrath and fury.

Jesus’ Step-by-Step Prophecy

Jesus’ disciples came to Him and asked Him privately, “When shall these things be? And what shall be the SIGN of thy coming, and of the END of the world [Greek aion, “age”]?” (Matt.24:3). Jesus warned them first of all to beware of false prophets and false religious teachers who proclaim heresy (Matt.24:4-5). He then prophesied wars and rumors of wars, but said these did not signal the end (verse 6). He even predicted wars, earthquakes, famines and plagues, but said these were but “the beginning of sorrows” (verses 7-8).

Jesus then warned that persecution of true Christians would greatly increase (verses 9-20), and many false prophets and deceivers would rise up (verse 11). This has begun to happen around the world — with Christians being persecuted vehemently in Turkey, Egypt, India, China, Moslem countries, and even in “secular” societies like the United States, and the western world!

Jesus then announced, “And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold” (verse 12). This has begun to happen! The world has seen a sharp increase in violence, lawlessness, and general immorality and iniquity. Riots, looting, arson, murder, pornography, violence in movies, profanity, and the breakdown of the home and family — all are contributing to a world gone berserk and gangs and rioters running amok! Civil disorder and ethnic strife and hatred are rapidly increasing.


In the midst of this, Jesus said, “This gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in ALL THE WORLD for a WITNESS unto all nations; and THEN the END will come” (verse 14). That also has begun to happen! In the pages of Prophecy Flash, and via the internet and worldwide web around the world, this final message of the coming of God’s KINGDOM is being hurled around the globe!

Jesus said that the next thing to look for is “the abomination of desolation” standing in the Temple of God in Jerusalem (Matt.24:15) – and when we see that happening, those in Jerusalem should FLEE to the hills and mountains for safety (verses 16-20). That final invasion of Israel and Jerusalem in the Middle East will lead to a captivity and time of travail lasting 42 months (compare Matt.24:21-22 with Rev.13:4-6, 11:1-2, 12:6, 14).

Notice – Jesus gave us a specific TIME TABLE of many sequential prophecies, each to be fulfilled in their proper order, BEFORE and LEADING UP TO HIS SECOND COMING! After this Great Tribulation, Jesus foretold great signs in the heavens, followed by the “Day of the Lord” – the time He will return in awesome glory and power (Matt.24:29-31). This will occur at the seventh or “last” trumpet (I Cor.15:50-51; I Thess.4:14-17; Rev.11:15).

Isn’t this plain?

These are NOT mere “speculations”! The apostle Peter wrote in these terms: “We have also a MORE SURE WORD OF PROPHECY; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a LIGHT that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts:

“Knowing this first, that NO prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man, but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit” (II Pet.1:19-21).


Prophecy is a vital and integral part of the Word of God! It is not something which should be treated lightly, cavalierly, with disrespect and dishonor. It is vital to our SALVATION! If it were not so important, then God would not have inspired 2/3rds of His Word to deal with prophecy, and 90% of that to apply to the LAST DAYS, the generation alive just before the return of the Messiah in awesome power and glory to deliver His people and to save the earth from utter annihilation, destruction, and cosmocide!

Paul wrote, even commanded, “Never disdain prophetic revelations” (I Thess.5:20, Moffatt), or, “Do not scoff at those who prophesy”. Have you become a scoffer in these last days?

What is the main lesson these vital End-Time SIGNS in the heavens show us?

OUR GENERATION — this present generation — will be the FINAL, LAST, END-TIME GENERATION that will see all these things come to pass, and that will WITNESS the awesome, spine-tingling return of JESUS CHRIST, THE MESSIAH in tremendous power and unimaginable GLORY!!!

Jesus Himself said: “Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till ALL these things be fulfilled” (Matt.24:34). You and I – those of us of THIS present generation of the Atomic Bomb, nuclear weapons, biological and chemical weapons of mass destruction – WE are the ones living in the Biblical “time of the end” — the FINAL generation! The time has come. The Messiah’s footsteps are approaching. His coming is near. His heavenly stallion is getting nervous, chomping at the bit, getting ready for that great ride through the sky (Rev.19:11-14). The heavenly army is growing tense with excitement and anticipation. The time is near – the moment we are all breathlessly waiting for.

The “signs” are increasing, for those who have eyes to see and hearts to understand! John declares:


“The angel whom I saw standing on the sea and on the

land raised up his hand to heaven and swore by Him

who lives forever and ever, who created heaven and the

things that are in it, the earth and the things that are in

it, that there should be delay no longer.

“But in the days of the sounding of the seventh angel,

when he is about to sound, the mystery of God would be

finished, as he declared to His servants the prophets”

(Revelation 10:5-7.

Could the years 2014-2015 picture the final years of the countdown to the approaching footsteps of the Messiah?

Could the present “Sabbatical week” – 2008-2015 – be the beginning of the final week of “woes” — the final seven years of this age?

Could this be the beginning of Daniel’s 70th week, which heralds in the “end of the age,” “to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy, and to anoint the Most Holy”? (Dan.9:24-27).

Could this be the final “seven times” or “years” of Leviticus 26 – a time of plagues and punishments upon all Israel? God says, “I will punish you seven times [“years”] more for your sins. I will break the pride of your power; I will make your heavens like iron and your earth like bronze. And your strength shall be spent in vain” (Lev.26:18—20).

During this time, God says, “Your highways shall be desolate” (verse 22). “I will bring a sword against you that will execute the vengeance of the covenant . . . I will send pestilence among you . . . I will lay your cities waste and bring your sanctuaries into desolation . . . I will scatter you among the nations and draw out a sword after you; your land shall be desolate and your cities waste” (Lev.26:22-33).

But this horrendous time of punishment will terminate with the COMING OF THE MESSIAH!


These heavenly signs are a WITNESS from God to underscore that fact that the end is drawing to a close very SOON! These heavenly portents are very auspicious for true Christians and Messianic believers! As God says:

“Now when these things BEGIN to happen, LOOK UP

and LIFT UP your heads, because your REDEMPTION

draws near” (Luke 21:28).


 

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