Peter who became a leader of Jesus church after his…
Light and darkness, the land and the sky, the living creatures, all are the creation of the Lord.
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In a nutshell, there is one God, eternally existing in three persons: Father, Son (Jesus Christ) and Holy Spirit.
All creatures were created by God, and he breathed life into them.
This fact was retold throughout the Bible, reminding man where they came from (Genesis 1, Isaiah 42:5, 1 Timothy ).Light and darkness govern the day and the night, the right and the wrong, the truth and the lies, the goodness and evil; they represent the two sides of all creatures.The elements compose living and non-living things, each component has its own precise location and function, they are so unique that one missing factor equal non-existence. Because God is all loving, and he created everything with a purpose, he loves his creation and involve deeply with it.One might wonder why specific element came to exist, but all are in place because God deemed it to be good.During this time the publishing of the first gospel is completed in 40 AD.Following this in 48 AD Gentile Christians and Jewish members hold a council meeting called the Council of Jerusalem.During this council meeting discussion concerning circumcision of followers was debated and Paul the apostle convincingly argued that the Holy Spirit and God would not take issue over the debated issue (ACTS 15- New Testament).Also in this time 46 AD to 48 AD the four gospels of Jesus Christ’s ministry and death had all been recorded and passed out to many parts of the world including Greece, Syria, Galatia, and Jerusalem. In approximately 67 AD Apostles Paul and Peter who have been laboring individually to spread Christianity. Paul’s missionary work was not easy as the word of the messiah fell upon the ears of non-believers and those who do him harm for spreading heresy.( New Testament Acts -26).God is infinitely higher than we are, therefore we should not expect to be able to fully understand Him.The Bible teaches that the Father is God (Exodus ), that Jesus is God (John ), and that the Holy Spirit is God (Acts 5:3-4).