THE WORD

John 1:1, In the beginnings was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

As far back as man can think, in the beginning the Word was existing, the Word was with God in a special relationship of eternal fellowship in the Trinity. See John then added that the Word was God, now the Word has always been in a relationship with God the Father. Christ did not at some point in time come into existence or begin a relationship with the Father. In eternity past theFather (God) and the Son (the Word) have always been in a loving communion with each other, both Father and Son are God, yet there are not two Gods but one God. And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.

The gospel of life, proving that Jesus Christ is God the savior, come as life to proagate himself, the eternal Word incarnated coming to bring God into men. This introduction to life and building, the Word in eternity past, who was God, through creation coming as life and light to bring fouth the children of God. In the beginning means in eternity past, as the the introduction to this gospel, this chapter begins in eternity past with God, who had divinity but not humanity. His incarnation, his becoming the Lamb who take aways the sin of the world, and his being the spirit who cause the believers to be transformed into living stones. For his building and continues all the way to eternity future. In which the Son of men, who has both divinity and humanity. This is the center for the communication between heaven and earth and for the union of God and men in eternity.

Bless the Word of God for ever.

To God Be The Glory

Minister David A. Benjamin



Rev. David Benjamin

About Rev. David Benjamin

Rev. David Benjamin has a heart for the youth and providing better opportunities for the upcoming generation. Very active in his community and a member of multiple organizations dedicated to empowering and instilling a spirit of excellence in the individuals they come in contact with.
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