Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Who inherit the earth?

Hello there! Could you please explain to me what is meant by "the meek shall inherit the earth" Psalm37:11. Will some obedient children of God live on earth as well ?
Thank you for your time.

Just as there can be many children in one family, and they may each receive benefit from their common Father;
so too is the blessing of eternal life and the restored inheritance of all that Adam lost (Psalm37:29).

Not all children in a family are born at once. The family begins with the firstborn.
The initial firstborn son of God, was the "Word" (John1:1,14).
That word became flesh and became the son of man (Adam's descendant), Jesus Christ (Luke21:36; Matt.8:20).
He replaced the original human firstborn son of God (Adam), because Adam is now considered dead (Gen.2:17; Eph.2:1; Hosea 6:7).

By means of  "repurchase" [through the "woman" covenant with Israel (symbolized by Hagar --Gal.4:25)], and the Covenant with Abraham [symbolized by Sarah (Gal.4:24,31,26)], a new human heir was born to fulfill the promise, and replace Adam... with the man, Jesus Christ.
Jesus became the "second Adam" (1Cor.15:45).
God gave life to Adam (Gen.2:7). God gave life to Jesus Christ....twice (Luke1:35; Rom.10:7,9). His human life was received through the "Sarah" mother covenant first. (Gen.17:7; Heb.5:5). Just as Sarah bore Abraham the son Issac, the Covenant bore God a son, Jesus Christ.
Both of Jesus Christ's "coming to life" were based upon covenant...symbolic mothers
God promised Abraham that his seed would inherit the earth (Gen.28:13,14; Rom.4:13), which seed is Christ (Gal.3:16) and the faithful anointed (Gal.3:29,26).
The kingdom covenant promised to Abraham, is mother "Sarah" (Gal.4:26,24,28; 1Pet.3:6) to all God's chosen Nations since Abraham throughout forever, including.... physical Jews (including Christ), spiritual Jews (Rom.2:28,29), and the kingdom inheritance to come.
Just as all promises stem from God's promise to Abraham (Gen.17:2,7,15,16), so too all stem through the mother "Sarah". This compares to generations and ancestors. These remain our ancestors, though the successive generations change. Each generation is as a specific covenant, which has a beginning and a fulfillment. So too with God's Covenants. Yet they all take their place under the umbrella of God and his covenants with "Israel" (which meaning is "Sarah of God") whoever Israel is, based upon each covenant. (Sorry if I am not clear enough here.)
The promised "seed" (Gal.3:16), was the "meek" man Jesus Christ, who became heir of what Adam lost (1Cor.15:47). He is the first one,
to fulfill Psalm37:11 and "inherit the earth" (Psalm2:8; Heb.1:2; 1Cor.15:28; Col.1:16; Eph.1:10,20,21; Matt.28:18).

Jesus Christ did not marry and have his own physical seed, while a human man.
But just as a grown firstborn son may inherit his Father's blessing and goods (Deut.21:17), he himself may come to have a firstborn son through the life-force he received from his own father, and through his sacrifice for them (John10:10; 12:24; 5:21; 6:57; Rom.8:2,17; 6:5; Psalm45:16; 1Cor.15:45,46; Rev.20:6),
In time, these "grandsons" also inherit blessings and goods. (1Cor.8:6; Rev.14:4; Heb.12:23; James1:18)
 (Rev.2:26; 3:21; 20:4; Eph.1:3; Dan.7:18)
Who are the sons of Jesus Christ, so that these too may, in time, inherit the earth?
Jesus Christ will also become a father, through the covenant/woman/promise (Gal.4:26; Rev.12:1-2). Christ's bride consists of the faithful, sealed anointed, who are the source of blessing to all.

These are also born under the promise/woman/covenant, which God made with Abraham, which covenant is also symbolized by heavenly "Sarah" (Gal.4:26,24; 1Pet.3:6,14; Acts 3:25; Rom.4:13,16; 9:8; Gal.3:22,24,26,28,29).

Christ was born physically as a Jew, through this Sarah covenant. He was symbolized by Issac --Heb.11:18; Rom.9:7; Gal.3:29,16; John14:6; James1:18; 1Pet.1:3).
The New Covenant (inaugurated by Christ's death) can compare to Rachel, and the resurrected Christ, to Isaac's son, Jacob. Rachel is the covenant which suffers the death of all her seed (Gen.3:15; Matt.2:18; Gen.42:36; Isa.49:20,21; Rev.6:9), but only temporarily (Isa.62:11). The resurrected Jesus Christ as "Jacob", becomes the father of the twelve tribes of spiritual Israel, each tribe of which is under a "father"/apostle (Rev.21:12,14). It is as if those 12 "fathers" (2Cor.12:14,15; 1Cor.4:15) give rise to a living Nation/Temple priesthood (Eph.2:20,21) of which 144000 are sealed (Rev.7:4; Matt.19:28).

To those whose sins are paid for by Christ's blood, he is not only their life-giving father (Isa.9:6; Ps.45:16), but also their husbandly owner (2Cor.11:2; Eph.5:27; Isa.62:5; Rev.14:4,5; 19:7; 21:9) His firstborn sons also must die, in order to bear seed (John12:24; Rev.6:9,11; 12:10,11; 11:7; 20:4).
This is the final "woman"/covenant, Christ's bride. Once this "bride"/Temple is completed and their sacrifices fully offered, (Rev.6:9; 14:1; Eph1:10; 2:21; 1Pet.2:5); "she" is ready to bear/give life to, the rest of God's earthly family of children in the New Creation.
In a sense, Christ's sons will then take possession of their mother covenant, to bring forth their own seed...
the Third Generation seed, or, earthly creation.
Isa.62:5 reads:

"For as a young man marries a virgin,
So shall your sons marry you;
And as the bridegroom rejoices over the bride,
So shall your God rejoice over you."

It is the firstborn sons of God and Christ that inherit the double portion (Deut.21:17; Isa.61:7)...[the world to come (2Pet.3:13; Heb.2:5,16; Rom.8:19,18; Ps.45:16) AND access to the heavens (1Pet.3:18; Rom.6:5; 1Cor.15:50,53; Rom.8:9,23,17; Phil.3:20; Rev.14:1; Heb.12:22-23; Matt.5:8; Rev.22:4; Ex.33:20; Acts1:3),
But in God's earthly family, there will be further children to come to life, after the firstborn (Rev.20:5 A; John5:28,29; Acts.24:15) and remaining ones of the woman's seed of anointed (Great Crowd). All the children of Jerusalem above have hope of eternal life, and a sharing in the benefits of Christ's inheritance of the earth. These will live under the eternal kingdom of the faithful firstborn, who gave their lives that others might live, in imitation of their Lord, King, and Head, Jesus Christ. Of course, though Jesus is the life-giver to the 144,000, All owe everything to The Father, who will adopt the firstborn (Rom.8:15,23; 9:4; Gal.4:5,6) that they can be fellow heirs with Christ (Gal.3:29).
  In a physical sense, this may compare to a Grandfather, who gave life and blessing to the actual father, and by which the anointed will receive whatever they have. They in turn, will also share their inheritance, with their earthly seed, and all Creation (Acts 20:35; Rom.8:19,21; Acts 3:21; Heb.1:6; 2Pet.3:13).

Once these finally reign over their full inheritance with Christ (Rev.5:9,10; 20:6; Matt.25:23); they will be used to provide eternal life to the rest of God's earthly children (Rev.21:2,3,4,5; 22:2,17). Their priestly service has already begun, and those who accept them will be rewarded (Matt.10:40,41,42; 25:35,40,34; 1Tim.4:16; Mal.2:7; 2Cor.5:19,20; John4:14; 7:38,39; Rev.22:17).
Those who accept that "life" by righteousness and faith, will share in the blessings Adam lost...
the Garden of Eden, eternally. (Psalm 37:11; Rev.22:2)


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