From the Beginning

A STORY OF "TIME" by Trevor Topsfield

Author Archives: Trevor Topsfield

I have been a Motor Mechanic most of my life, therefore my world has consisted of a practical environment that demands accuracy.
A problem I encountered as a youth was the obviously discrepancy in the Easter Story. For while it taught that after three days Jesus would rise from the dead, the practical application is only a day and a half.
Three days does not fit in the time between Friday evening and Sunday morning. For many years I spent trying to understand how this fault could exist in such an important issue as God's Salvation for all mankind.
In the process I realised the answer appeared to be in ther Feasts anf Holy Days celebrated within Judaism.
With considerable research into Jewish rituals I came to realise they held the key to open the mystery of the way "time" is slotted between Eternity Past and Eternity Future.
"From the Beginning" is my story of how I think it will occur.

The Soul

While our life on earth was originally designed to settle an ongoing argument God is having with Satan and the demons, there is another positive for both us and God. Read more →

Normal

Normal! What is normal?

Normal conforms to the set of current circumstances, and we expect them to continue. “Normal” is neither good nor bad by definition and does not always last forever, but it is what we are experiencing. It may be the only thing we know, so it appears normal to us. Read more →

Costs of Living

Have you ever wondered about the costs of living for the angels who live in Heaven? Read more →

SIN! WHICH SIN?

What do we expect from God? Wouldn’t an all-powerful, all knowing, ever present, eternal, loving God be at least rational too? When there appears even a hint of anything less, surely the fault is in our understanding of God, rather than a flaw in in his character. Read more →

Paul

Paul has a special job which appears to be like no other. Read more →

Love —- Justice

Perfect Love      —      Mutually Exclusive      —      Perfect Justice

Perfect love and perfect justice are poles apart and mutually exclusive. To try and add one to the other means there has to be a compromise, so that love is not perfect and neither is justice. Read more →

The 10 Commandments

The Old Testament is sometimes referred as the “Law”. Read more →

Eternity, Perfection Forever

That which is eternal is both everlasting and perfect. God is eternal, Read more →

Faith

Faith in itself is of little value, this can be verified by placing faith in an unreliable object in the form of a shady person offering a dodgy deal. Read more →

Luck

How much does luck play a part of a person’s life?

It all depends on a logical decision we have made, or will make Read more →


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