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Romans 9:5

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [five]

We understand the transcendentalism of the Eternal Father. If the Son appropriates “Which is, and which was, and which is to come,” to Himself, there is no doubt why He is “over all God, blessed forever” of Romans 9:5. The expression ‘which was’ speaks of His immutability. Jesus’ fixity accentuates His agelessness. “Which,” ho in Greek, is simply of definite article ‘the.’ En (ayn) the Greek word for ‘was’ being an imperfect tense of eime (am, be, being), is best defined as ‘One.’Read More


My imagination has raced me to the state of our pristine dad if he had not received and eaten of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. He would have been separated from the woman of sin. It is either God would have to come to her like He did, to save Cain, and be cleansed for a marital reunion, or gone away with Lucifer to build the city of sin, and be populated by the half-man, half-angel giants of the antediluvian age. But for an extant, sinless Adam it would have been a glorious spectacle! 76e74b93e79bd23514a6a0b909dfe09b I see the sinless Adam busily at the business of his Father, and overseeing it. I see him as the unbelievable architect of engineering constructions.Read More