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(Gen 1:1) In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.


(Gen 1:1) In the beginning God [1] created [2] the heaven [3] and [4] the earth [5].

1.    Commentary: “God is a Spirit” John 4:24; “God is love” 1 John 4:8,16. Therefore, God is the Spirit of Love.

a.     love = Dict.: 1. a deep and tender feeling of affection for or attachment or devotion to a person or persons. 2. a feeling of brotherhood and good will toward other people. 3. a strong liking or interest in something.

b.    Commentary: True love is an inner emotion that may be outwardly expressed and recognized as personal sacrifice on behalf of, or toward a person or object. Love toward someone or something acts like a powerful magnet of steadily increasing strength, attracting (pulling) our attention closer, ever more intimately, toward the presence of and ultimately into that particular person or object, both emotionally and physically, in type and shadow of what is about to happen to all “saved” persons, becoming One with our God and our neighbor. The mental love-scale or scale of love that we daily live with numbers 1 through 10, beginning with “like” (1) and ending with “devotion” (10), i.e., Devoted to Love.

2.    Commentary: “created” = God (love) is the Creator. How do you “create” (originate) something? First, you have to think (to have thoughts) about it. However, thinking time, and time itself, is subjective. According to the principle of subjectivity set forth in 2 Peter 3:8 [a], and the example of subjectivity evidenced in Rev 10:6, namely that “there should be time no longer,” the perception of time is dependent upon who or what you are. Thus, God had from timelessness unto endless eons of time to create “the heaven and the earth,” or, instantly.

a.     (2 Peter 3:8) But, beloved, be not ignorant [Gk: unaware] of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years [to us], and a thousand years as one day [to the Lord].

3.    Commentary: “the heaven” = heaven is conceptually an orderly dwelling place inside us (“the kingdom of God [“the kingdom of heaven” Matt 19:23,24] is within you” Luke 17:21). A kingdom of loving harmony for all the angels who are His servants, that is, the angels who are His loving thoughts which serve Him [a]. Our Bible is composed of the Thoughts of God that God has “sent” to us in the most comprehensible to us compacted form of words (seeds) (Luke 8:11) wherein each seed (angel, word, thought) is a potential manifestion (servant) of the miraculous power of His Holy Self. [b]

a.     (Matt 8:8) The centurion answered and said, Lord [Jesus], I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak [send] the word [Gk: logos] [your thoughts, servants, angels] only, and my servant shall be healed [Gk: cured: made whole] [saved]

b.    Commentary: God is Thought. “God is a Spirit” (John 4:24) that is Holy. Angels (Heb: messengers) are God’s servants. Angels are a descriptive name for God’s Thoughts, i.e., His Thoughts serve Him exactly like your thoughts serve you. An angel, a Thought (creation) of God is an eternal spirit (Psa 104:4; Heb 1:7). You are an eternal spirit (a thought of God) living inside an earthen body. Every angel, like the spirit within Adam’s body, was created innocent and a part (a component, an element) of God’s Holy Spirit. Each angel is a Thought of God, an angel composed of and thus bearing God’s Thought, an angel that is functioning (serving God) as a sent (a manifested) message to ears that hearalthough, we may herein note that an immeasurable inestimable number of God’s Thoughts, God’s Servants, are not sent (not manifested). Surely God’s Thoughts encompass infinitely more angels than the Bible. Altogether, each and every angel (spirit) is, or was, prior to becoming fallen, a part of God’s Holy Spirit (a part of God’s Thoughts).

4.    Commentary: “and” = the following is my tentative explanation of Isa 45:7 and the fallen angels which I have chronologically (in my timing, which is not necessarily God’s timing) and theoretically inserted here into the Bible text. God did “create evil” [a]. Lucifer caught the evil, received it, believed it, and he himself became evil personified, i.e., Lucifer became Satan, the spirit of evil, and the commander-in-chief of all the fallen angels. Originally, every angel was created Holy (Heb: a sacred place or thing: dedicated (thing), hallowed (thing), a saint). The clearest example of the composition of an angel that originally was Holy but is no longer Holy is depicted in the Bible as “Legion,” who is actually a fallen angel, a changed thought of God (“For I am the LORD, I [My Spirit, My Thoughts, My Angels] change not” Mal 3:6). Legion (typified in the flesh by Goliath: Heb: exiled) was exiled from heaven, having become a defiled (syn: tainted, dishonored, corrupted, ruined, degraded, polluted) changed thought of God. This fallen angel (spirit, thought) was descriptively named Legion because a Roman legion (army) then consisted of about 6,000 warriors. Legion was a manifested but fallen angel, the leading head angel (alike a military General) of that particular thought cluster or “strong hold” (2 Cor 10:4) or army composed of approximately 6,000 other fallen angel warriors (soldiers) who altogether agreed with, served, and supported (influenced, and strongly reinforced with their related thoughts) the specific theme of that defiled and defiling message of words (“conquering, and to conquer” Rev 6:1). When directly questioned by Jesus, “What is thy name?” (Mark 5:9; Luke 8:30) Legion (“an unclean spirit” Mark 5:2 – please note the singular “spirit”) responded and declared “we are many” (Mark 5:9) “many devils” (Luke 8:30) all dwelling within the same single thought cluster orstrong hold (Gk: fortification: castle, fig. argument).

a.     (Isa 45:7) I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. 

5.    Commentary: “the earth” = was (then) created as a depository for the confinement of the guilty fallen angels who sinned lest they should contaminate others (as exemplified in Gen 6:1,2); fallen angels who erred against God by changing His Thoughts (manifested in Words), who consequently were stripped of their Holiness. Metaphorically, their wings (symbolizing Holiness) were stripped, torn, i.e., severed by the Sword of the Lord from them. Therefore, those unholy angels were no longer permitted to exist in a perfect harmonious Holy Heaven of Love with God, and were cast out of Heaven into the defiling earth (Gen 2:7). Having become wounded spirits (by the loss of their Holiness), the now criminal entities who sinned were/are temporarily imprisoned in physical earthly bodies, destined to be either pardoned (restored) or judged (damned) for all eternity.







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