Sunday, 7 December 2008

Raising the dead

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Staying in the Second Book of Kings, (the man of God) Elisha, was chosen next to performed some miracles proving to the people that they still cared by healing a leper and if you think what happened when the child in chapter four was brought back to life you will realise that mouth to mouth resuscitation was performed, something that had not been experienced on earth at that time. It states when the child was lying dead on the bed they prayed to the Lord, then Elisha “went and lay upon the child and put his mouth upon his mouth his eyes on his eyes and his hands on his hands,” the mouth to mouth while looking into the child’s eyes, plus the heat from his body brought the child back to life, “and the child sneezed seven times and the child opened his eyes.” It is worth quoting, Chapter four verse thirty two to thirty five “And when Elisha was come into the house behold the child was dead, and laid upon his bed.” “He went in therefore, and shut the door upon them twain, and prayed unto the Lord.” “And he went up, and lay upon the child and put his mouth upon his mouth and his eyes upon his eyes and his hands upon his hands; and he stretched himself upon the child; and the flesh of the child waxed warm.” “Then he returned, and walked in the house to and fro; and went up, and stretched himself upon him; and the child sneezed seven times, and the child opened his eyes.”
Elisha was the man of God, and to whom God had passed on the knowledge of their, healing power that was far superior to any of the people of earth at that time and it is only now, that we can begin to appreciate the medical capabilities of their cures and not class them as miracles. This consolidates my theory that God’s promise of eternal life, will be carried out through their expertise in medicine, as there are no other logical ways of doing it. King’s continues with certain nations telling of God’s presence in the sky, trying to convince them of their powers and that they should be feared.
The Samaritans chose to make Gods of their own, not believing in the real God and his people from Heaven even after they had been warned of their powers. For some reason God and his crews let it go although, they were eventually feared but, chapter seventeen of second Kings ends like this “So these nations feared the Lord, AND served their graven images, both their children and their children’s children, as do their fathers, so do they unto this day”. It seems some nations were not in the area where God and his crews appeared and having only heard of these strange people, they were maybe frightened in case there was some truth in the matter but chose to worship false Gods never having seen the real one.
As we are trying to establish the fact that God originated from Heaven which is at the center of the universe we, will concentrate more at the parts of the Bible that might give us a positive connection to these theories. After the Book of Kings is the two books of Chronicles which reads as their title suggests giving a record of family trees and events gone before. As I have said the Bible does not read like a normal history book, with historical events printed in sequence. Some of the books are the same events seen through different eyes and for this reason more detail is given on some subjects than are on others depending on the author’s proximity or instruction from God at the time of writing, while others expressed a different meaning to the wonders they saw. God is always worshiped, being described by one as “The Lord God of all the Heavens.” When we witness him and his spaceships there will be no more doubts left in our minds either, of the power he possesses.
We have invented some of the aircraft described in the bible albeit, vaguely depicted and our medical teams have achieved some of the feats that were then, classed as miracles, but still we find it hard to accept the fact that God and the people from Heaven are not spiritual or ghostly but only a more technically advanced race in comparison to us. By the time we read Ezra another prophet, we find in Chapter three Verse two that Moses records are being used to tell the people about God’s existence and as any other time the farther away from the event the harder it is to convince people that he really was here. This would be one of the times that God and his crews were spreading farther afield and as the ice receded more, they traveled to distant galaxies bringing other races from other planets to settle and help populate the more remote places on earth. In Chapter ten Verse ten which I will quote only, part of “Ye have transgressed, and taken strange wives to increase the trespass of Israel.” Here we have interbreeding of races which was frowned on to begin with but was eventually permitted to allow the progression of earth. Ezra ends with “All these had taken strange wives; and some of them had wives by whom they had children.” This would be a reference to the new nations arriving and the interbreeding beginning.

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