The Lord is Alive – Jesus Christ is Alive
The Lord is alive, who is God but the Lord?
The Lord demonstrates He is alive and in control of all our affairs through His Messianic Prophesies. The Lord is a Spirit. He is not man but we do speak about Him in that way because it is a convenient way for us to understand Him and to express that He is alive. Therefore, we say he hears, speak, sees etc but our Lord God is a Spirit, not just any Spirit but the Holy Spirit.
The Lord is alive He is not dead for He speaks through His prophets. The Lord is alive for all His Words (prophecies) spoken through His servants are fulfilled.
Do you know another God like the Lord who has spoken with such accuracy and precision? Do you know another God even speaks?
What better way to display the Lord is alive is to demonstrate He is in control of time? One way to show the Lord is alive and master of time is to demonstrate He is in control of the present, the past and the future. The ability of humans to control time like this is beyond us for we live for only a relatively short time.
Messianic Prophecies & Fulfillments – Prove the Lord is Alive
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The Lord is Alive – He is in Control
However, the Lord is alive and controls time because He tells what He is doing in the present, the past and our future and it happen as He predicts it would. For example, during King David’s lifetime (the present for him) he made several prophecies. Prophecies by nature concern the future. King David never lived to see his prophecies fulfilled for he died before they came to pass. However, these prophecies were fulfilled in the future.
The future is the present for the people alive during the fulfillments of David’s prophecies. For example, the prophet David prophesied that Jesus would ascend into heaven but he never lived to see it happened.
However, the First Century Church saw the ascension of Christ after his resurrection. It happened in the present time for that church but in the future of King David.
Similarly, the ascension of Jesus happened in the present for the First Century Church, in the future of King David but in the past for us who are alive today.
Time is not static but always moving and humans have different descriptions for it at different intervals. But God knows all things for there is no time with God. That is why the Scripture says, “in the beginning” for us to have a reference to a point in time. However, that time marker is for us for the Lord is alive before “the beginning” for there is no time where God resides. When time will be no more for it will cease God will still be alive. The Lord is alive and well.
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