The Bible speaks of God's wrath in the same manner.

8:6, 7:16,20,22,24,25The Law Covenant called for strict compliance with the letter of all commandments that applied to the conduct of the people, although contrary to their imperfect abilities.

However, the evidence clearly indicates a covenantal relation between God and Adam.

This firmly indicates that God subjects all things under Jesus’ feet except himself. Since Jesus’ body is comprised of his feet and that above his feet, this confirms that the 1NC Saints, Jesus’ wife and body, have all physical creation in subjection to them in the Kingdom. This argumentation will be expanded upon later in this understanding with regard to the status of the heavenly hosts. Theworldly governments and authorities are brought to nothing at Aramgeddon. Butdeath is not brought to nothing until perhaps after the kingdom. So Jesuscontinues to rule during the kingdom whilst the second death is still inexistence. But he hands over the kingdom to God after Armageddon, who saysthanks son you can now rule it.

God made no covenant with Hagar, and he made no covenant with Sarah.

Now the 1NC Saints were created as men and will become Michael’s wife as a body of angels in the heavenly kingdom to come:

For I am jealous over you with godly jealousy: for I have espoused you to one husband, that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ. (2Corinthians 11)

They are therefore wife to the second God, Michael, in the same way that the Holy Spirit is wife tothe first God Jehovah (see The Holy Spirit is God's Wife!). It therefore seems likely that the 1NC Saints individually will have God-ship as their next stage of spiritual development in that they are following the pattern of becoming Angels having first been fleshly men. The status of the individual angels that make up the Holy Spirit is less certain although logic would dictate that if Jehovah saw fit to cause his beloved son Michael to go through the pain of becoming a man before reaching God-ship then this same rule may well apply to them also.

For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself; (John 5)

As further evidence John 5:26 above indicates that Jehovah has given Christ his own godly ability to give ever-lasting life to who he chooses. NewGods can form new independent families hence Michael will have his own wife in the heavenly kingdom in the same way that Jehovah has his. As a result of resurrection a spirit can be reborn into a new body and family and can jump generations as did Christ and so Christ’s early followers will become his wife and his later followers his spiritual children:

For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ's at his coming. (1Corinthians 15)

Humans and angels alike can only get everlasting life through Jesus Christ, forwhat has come into existence through him is life. And he is the life.

Doctrine and Covenants 121:45 - The Church of Jesus …

Nicodemus—“Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher from God: for no man can do these miracles that you do, except God is with him.” Yet, you and your disciples claim, “The Kingdom of heaven is at hand,” while you have no army or power! When and how will this Kingdom be established?

Temple Covenant Breakthrough!!! – Tocubit Is …

This unconditional covenant, found in Deuteronomy 30:1-10, noted God's promise to scatter Israel if they disobeyed God, then to restore them at a later time to their land.

It may not be a big deal to any other planet inhabitant

Just as the lives of a whole shipload of people were preserved because of the presence of Paul (see Acts 27), so the sinful world benefits from God's covenant with Noah and his spiritual children.

Becoming Like God - The Church of Jesus Christ of …

Says David MacLeod, "God has undertaken to preserve this world as an arena fit for human life, and our attitude to the perils of Nuclear warfare, world food shortages, population explosion and pollution must be modified by this." —The Banner of Truth, June, 1975.1

Although the essence of the Noahic covenant consisted in a divine promise, it did impose certain responsibilities on Noah and his posterity.


Jesus—Our nation is a consecrated nation, baptized into Moses “in the sea” and “in the cloud” when they left Egypt (1 Corinthians 10:1,2). God accepted our nation in Moses as mediator of our covenant at Sinai. But this covenant has been forgotten. Many are openly sinners; others are self-righteous hypocrites. That is why John and my disciples preach repentance!