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What the Bible says about God's Offspring
(From Forerunner Commentary)

Acts 17:29

From knowing what man—God's offspring—is like, we can know that God will be a living, communicating, creating, emotional Being but of perfect character. That perfection was replicated only one time—in Jesus of Nazareth. He had what we lack, the divine nature, complete with all the perfect character to go with it!

John W. Ritenbaugh


Galatians 6:16

As members of the God Family—children of God, we will be God, ruling as He would rule. Spiritually speaking, we will be the kings God promised would descend from Jacob (Genesis 35:12). Yes, Israel isan apt designation for God's church; the Israel of God will rule as God.

Viewed in the present tense or in the future, we in the true Israel of God have a great deal in common with our patriarch Jacob. Like him, we will eventually have a new name (Revelation 3:12). Like him, we struggle to overcome. And like him, those who remain faithful among us will someday prevail, qualifying to rule as God—princes forever with Him.

Charles Whitaker
The Israel of God


 




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