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Message of the Day: In the Olden Times, God Speaks through the Prophets, but Now He Speaks through His Son Jesus Christ.

God has in these last days spoken to us by his son. Whom he has appointed heir of all things.” (Hebrews 1: 2, NKJV)

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In the Old Testament times, God spoke to the people through the prophets, but now he speaks through his son Jesus Christ. Jesus is the Creator, Preserver, and Heir of the universe. Furthermore, he made purification for the sin of humanity, once and for all, and brought eternal salvation.

He is the exact expression of the divine nature. One day all things will return to him as his rightful possession.

References:

Halley’s Bible Handbook. ePub Format. Zondervan, 2000

MySword for Android. Riversoft Ministry, 2011-2019.

Olive Tree Bible Software. http://www.olivetree.com

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