Exploring God's Plan

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According to scripture, what is God's name?

Yahweh

What is the significance of Jesus in understanding God's character?

He is the exact representation of God's being

What is the goal of God's master plan for man?

To fill the earth with people who are like him in thinking, speech, and behavior

What is the gospel of the Kingdom of God according to Jesus?

God's will being done on Earth as it is in Heaven

What is the biblical account of the fall of man?

Adam's foolish choices led to sin and death entering the world

What is the Kingdom of God according to Daniel 2 and 7?

Christ will strike the rule of man and set up an everlasting Kingdom

What is the biblical account of the creation of man and woman?

God formed man from dust and created woman from man's rib to be his helper

What is the condition of the Earth in the Kingdom of God according to Isaiah 11?

All living beings will live together in harmony and the Earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord

What is the biblical account of God's creation of the universe?

God created the universe out of nothing by his word

What is the significance of understanding God's character through scripture?

It reveals God's omnipotence

What is God's purpose for creating man according to Genesis 1:26-28?

All of the above

What is the significance of Adam and Eve's fall from grace according to Romans 5:12?

It introduced sin, shame, guilt, illness, and death into the world

What is the key to eternal life according to John 17?

Knowing God and Jesus

What is the gospel of the Kingdom of God according to Jesus?

The fulfillment of God's plan and purpose

What is the significance of Christ in understanding God's character according to Hebrews?

He is the exact representation of God's being

What does Isaiah 40 emphasize about God and his creation?

It is beyond human understanding

What is the significance of God's name, Yahweh, and his title as Father?

They show his character

What is the condition of the Earth in the Kingdom of God according to Revelation 11 and 20?

It is under the rule of Christ

What is the significance of Yahweh and Father in understanding God's character?

They reveal God's personal and relational nature

What is the biblical account of the fall of man?

Adam and Eve willingly chose to disobey God's commandment

What is the significance of Christ in understanding God's character?

Christ is the only way to salvation

What is the biblical account of God's creation of the universe?

God created the universe out of nothing by his word

What is the key to eternal life according to John 17?

Knowing God and Jesus

What is the Kingdom of God according to Daniel 2 and 7?

A spiritual kingdom ruled by God and his people

What is the biblical account of God's purpose for creating man according to Genesis 1:26-28?

To have dominion over all creation and multiply and subdue the earth

What is the significance of Isaiah 11 in understanding the Kingdom of God?

Isaiah 11 describes the conditions in the Kingdom of God

What is the biblical account of how God created woman according to Genesis 2:7, 18-24?

God created woman from man's rib to be his helper

Study Notes

Introduction to God through Scripture

  • The purpose of the class is to show how God introduces himself through scripture and how to perceive God.

  • Historical and religious art have often captured man's thoughts of God, but scripture provides a reliable source to understand God's character.

  • Scripture teaches that God created the universe out of nothing by his word, making him omnipotent.

  • God's name, Yahweh, and his title as Father are significant in understanding his character.

  • The Bible outlines God's purpose, and it is important to understand and believe it to be a part of its fulfillment.

  • The gap between man and God is emphasized in scripture, and Christ reveals God's character.

  • God is the only one with underived immortality, and no human has seen him at any time.

  • Isaiah 40 emphasizes the greatness of God and his creation, and how it surpasses human understanding.

  • Solomon acknowledges that the heaven of heavens cannot contain God.

  • God wants men and women to recognize him for who he is and shape themselves in his character through his word.God's Plan for Man and the Fall of Adam

  • The Old Testament prophets and the New Testament condemnation of those who reject the light of Jesus show that God has always wanted people to respond to his message.

  • Knowing God and Jesus is the key to eternal life, according to John 17.

  • The book of Hebrews emphasizes that God has spoken to us through his son, Jesus, who is the exact representation of God's being.

  • Jesus is the radiance of God's glory and the only way to truly know and understand God.

  • Genesis 1:26-28 describes God's purpose for creating man in his image and likeness, with dominion over all creation and the command to multiply and subdue the earth.

  • Genesis 2:7, 18-24 describes how God formed man from dust and created woman from man's rib to be his helper.

  • Jesus confirms the truth of Genesis in Mark 10:6-9, emphasizing that God created male and female to become one flesh.

  • Before the fall of Adam and Eve, everything was very good, with no sin, shame, guilt, illness, or death.

  • Sin and death entered the world through Adam's foolish choices, according to Romans 5:12.

  • Jesus' resurrection from the dead offers the hope of eternal life to those who belong to him, as described in 1 Corinthians 15:20-23.

  • God's master plan for man remains the same, with the goal of filling the earth with people who are like him in thinking, speech, and behavior.

  • Man's fall from grace did not change God's plan, and he continues to offer a path to redemption through Jesus Christ.God's Master Plan: The Kingdom of God

  • God's original plan was for mankind to rule in His likeness and bring the world into conformity with His will.

  • Sin entered the world and corrupted man, changing the relationship between God and man.

  • The Earth is now filled with people ignorant of God's ways and under the Dominion of sin.

  • Jesus preached the gospel of the Kingdom of God, which is God's will being done on Earth as it is in Heaven.

  • The Kingdom of God is men and women in the image and likeness of God giving Him the glory that He's due.

  • The Old and New Testaments both speak of the Kingdom of God on Earth.

  • Daniel 2 and 7 describe how Christ, the Rock, will strike the rule of man and set up an everlasting Kingdom.

  • Revelation 11 and 20 describe the time when Jesus is already sitting on His throne as King over the whole Earth.

  • The rest of the fruits will be given to those who have been found worthy and will live and reign with Christ for a thousand years.

  • The conditions in the Kingdom of God will be just like they were when Adam and Eve were in the garden before sin entered the world.

  • Isaiah 11 describes the conditions in the Kingdom of God, where all living beings will live together in harmony and the Earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord.

  • The Kingdom of God is God's master plan, which has not changed and will bring about the fulfillment of His plan and purpose.

Introduction to God through Scripture

  • The purpose of the class is to show how God introduces himself through scripture and how to perceive God.

  • Historical and religious art have often captured man's thoughts of God, but scripture provides a reliable source to understand God's character.

  • Scripture teaches that God created the universe out of nothing by his word, making him omnipotent.

  • God's name, Yahweh, and his title as Father are significant in understanding his character.

  • The Bible outlines God's purpose, and it is important to understand and believe it to be a part of its fulfillment.

  • The gap between man and God is emphasized in scripture, and Christ reveals God's character.

  • God is the only one with underived immortality, and no human has seen him at any time.

  • Isaiah 40 emphasizes the greatness of God and his creation, and how it surpasses human understanding.

  • Solomon acknowledges that the heaven of heavens cannot contain God.

  • God wants men and women to recognize him for who he is and shape themselves in his character through his word.God's Plan for Man and the Fall of Adam

  • The Old Testament prophets and the New Testament condemnation of those who reject the light of Jesus show that God has always wanted people to respond to his message.

  • Knowing God and Jesus is the key to eternal life, according to John 17.

  • The book of Hebrews emphasizes that God has spoken to us through his son, Jesus, who is the exact representation of God's being.

  • Jesus is the radiance of God's glory and the only way to truly know and understand God.

  • Genesis 1:26-28 describes God's purpose for creating man in his image and likeness, with dominion over all creation and the command to multiply and subdue the earth.

  • Genesis 2:7, 18-24 describes how God formed man from dust and created woman from man's rib to be his helper.

  • Jesus confirms the truth of Genesis in Mark 10:6-9, emphasizing that God created male and female to become one flesh.

  • Before the fall of Adam and Eve, everything was very good, with no sin, shame, guilt, illness, or death.

  • Sin and death entered the world through Adam's foolish choices, according to Romans 5:12.

  • Jesus' resurrection from the dead offers the hope of eternal life to those who belong to him, as described in 1 Corinthians 15:20-23.

  • God's master plan for man remains the same, with the goal of filling the earth with people who are like him in thinking, speech, and behavior.

  • Man's fall from grace did not change God's plan, and he continues to offer a path to redemption through Jesus Christ.God's Master Plan: The Kingdom of God

  • God's original plan was for mankind to rule in His likeness and bring the world into conformity with His will.

  • Sin entered the world and corrupted man, changing the relationship between God and man.

  • The Earth is now filled with people ignorant of God's ways and under the Dominion of sin.

  • Jesus preached the gospel of the Kingdom of God, which is God's will being done on Earth as it is in Heaven.

  • The Kingdom of God is men and women in the image and likeness of God giving Him the glory that He's due.

  • The Old and New Testaments both speak of the Kingdom of God on Earth.

  • Daniel 2 and 7 describe how Christ, the Rock, will strike the rule of man and set up an everlasting Kingdom.

  • Revelation 11 and 20 describe the time when Jesus is already sitting on His throne as King over the whole Earth.

  • The rest of the fruits will be given to those who have been found worthy and will live and reign with Christ for a thousand years.

  • The conditions in the Kingdom of God will be just like they were when Adam and Eve were in the garden before sin entered the world.

  • Isaiah 11 describes the conditions in the Kingdom of God, where all living beings will live together in harmony and the Earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord.

  • The Kingdom of God is God's master plan, which has not changed and will bring about the fulfillment of His plan and purpose.

Introduction to God through Scripture

  • The purpose of the class is to show how God introduces himself through scripture and how to perceive God.

  • Historical and religious art have often captured man's thoughts of God, but scripture provides a reliable source to understand God's character.

  • Scripture teaches that God created the universe out of nothing by his word, making him omnipotent.

  • God's name, Yahweh, and his title as Father are significant in understanding his character.

  • The Bible outlines God's purpose, and it is important to understand and believe it to be a part of its fulfillment.

  • The gap between man and God is emphasized in scripture, and Christ reveals God's character.

  • God is the only one with underived immortality, and no human has seen him at any time.

  • Isaiah 40 emphasizes the greatness of God and his creation, and how it surpasses human understanding.

  • Solomon acknowledges that the heaven of heavens cannot contain God.

  • God wants men and women to recognize him for who he is and shape themselves in his character through his word.God's Plan for Man and the Fall of Adam

  • The Old Testament prophets and the New Testament condemnation of those who reject the light of Jesus show that God has always wanted people to respond to his message.

  • Knowing God and Jesus is the key to eternal life, according to John 17.

  • The book of Hebrews emphasizes that God has spoken to us through his son, Jesus, who is the exact representation of God's being.

  • Jesus is the radiance of God's glory and the only way to truly know and understand God.

  • Genesis 1:26-28 describes God's purpose for creating man in his image and likeness, with dominion over all creation and the command to multiply and subdue the earth.

  • Genesis 2:7, 18-24 describes how God formed man from dust and created woman from man's rib to be his helper.

  • Jesus confirms the truth of Genesis in Mark 10:6-9, emphasizing that God created male and female to become one flesh.

  • Before the fall of Adam and Eve, everything was very good, with no sin, shame, guilt, illness, or death.

  • Sin and death entered the world through Adam's foolish choices, according to Romans 5:12.

  • Jesus' resurrection from the dead offers the hope of eternal life to those who belong to him, as described in 1 Corinthians 15:20-23.

  • God's master plan for man remains the same, with the goal of filling the earth with people who are like him in thinking, speech, and behavior.

  • Man's fall from grace did not change God's plan, and he continues to offer a path to redemption through Jesus Christ.God's Master Plan: The Kingdom of God

  • God's original plan was for mankind to rule in His likeness and bring the world into conformity with His will.

  • Sin entered the world and corrupted man, changing the relationship between God and man.

  • The Earth is now filled with people ignorant of God's ways and under the Dominion of sin.

  • Jesus preached the gospel of the Kingdom of God, which is God's will being done on Earth as it is in Heaven.

  • The Kingdom of God is men and women in the image and likeness of God giving Him the glory that He's due.

  • The Old and New Testaments both speak of the Kingdom of God on Earth.

  • Daniel 2 and 7 describe how Christ, the Rock, will strike the rule of man and set up an everlasting Kingdom.

  • Revelation 11 and 20 describe the time when Jesus is already sitting on His throne as King over the whole Earth.

  • The rest of the fruits will be given to those who have been found worthy and will live and reign with Christ for a thousand years.

  • The conditions in the Kingdom of God will be just like they were when Adam and Eve were in the garden before sin entered the world.

  • Isaiah 11 describes the conditions in the Kingdom of God, where all living beings will live together in harmony and the Earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord.

  • The Kingdom of God is God's master plan, which has not changed and will bring about the fulfillment of His plan and purpose.

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