Read Ellen G. White, “The Creation,” pp. 44-51, in Patriarchs and Prophets .
God Made Us [Thought Starters for Man: God's Handiwork October 17, 2012] Image © Darrel Tank from GoodSalt.com 1. Better and better, or worse and worse. Which is it
As deep and pervasive as the effects of sin have been on humanity, our plight is not irreversible. Image © Lars Justinen from GoodSalt.com The Bible speaks about the possibility of renewal and restoration of the image of God in us, at least to some degree
Key Thought : God created man in His own image. While the fall marred His image in man, He has purposed to restore that image in His children. [Teaching plan for " Man: God's Handiwork " October 15, 2012] 1
As we saw yesterday, Adam and, of course, Eve were literal people, not symbols or myths but actual flesh and blood beings made “in the image of God.” Image © Bill Osborne from GoodSalt.com Obviously, being made in the image of God is something good, something sacred, something that bestows inherent value on us. What, however, does that really mean
Read Ellen G. White, “Danger in Speculative Knowledge,” pp. 427-438, in The Ministry of Healing ; “The Word Made Flesh,” pp.
When studying the prophecies of the Scriptures, many allow worldly circumstances and their perception of reality interpret God’s Word. However, when we go by worldly circumstance, reality becomes nothing more than perception. For example, Topps was the only baseball card company, when I began collecting cards when I was 11