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STATEMENT OF FATIH For everything absolutely everything above and below visible and invisible rank after rank of angels-everything got started in him and finds its purpose in him Colossians 116 Jesus is God and the key to knowing God is having a relationship with Him A personal relationship God speaks to me differently than he speaks to others Just because God spoke to Moses through a burning bush doesnt mean I should go sit next to a burning bush waiting for God to speak God used a fish to convict Jonah However that does not mean I should have worship service by a river God is revealed personally to each person For that reason my walk with God has been essential His heart is not seen in an occasional chat or a weekly visit I have learned His will as I take residence in His house every single day Walk with Him long enough and you come to know his heart Creation is in the root as an undifferentiated unity The fall is in the root that is why temporal reality fell with man And redemption is in the root that is why Christ is required as the New Root Adam and Eves sin was two fold First they did not obey Gods word and wisdom They were told not to eat of a certain tree and they ate We can assume that the command to not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil was in the best interest of humanity Second Adam and Eve desired to be like God Instead of relying on Gods wisdom the first humans decided that they would rather trust themselves and as a result sin enters the world We remember that original sin does not refer to the first sin but to the result of that first sin The Scriptures speak repeatedly of sin and death entering the world through
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