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The Doctrine of The Open Door. Part 36.

Friday, November 26, 2010

We have now come to the last principle in our doctrine of the open door dealing with The Importance of Divine Timing Pertaining to the Open Doors from God.

When we operate under His time schedule for our lives, which is divine timing, and go through the doors He opens up for us, then we are ready to fulfill our very own destiny in the midst of the angelic conflict.

Some of these doors depend totally upon the sovereign will of God in spite of the free will of man while, most of them depend upon the sovereign will of God working together with the free will of man.

Divine timing is perfect and therefore since soul life is the monopoly of God and God is perfect, you were born at the perfect time according to divine timing and then sent through the open door of life.

Divine timing is perfect and therefore since soul life is the monopoly of God and God is perfect, you were born at the perfect time according to God’s Timing and sent through the Open Door of life.

In JOB 33:4, Job said "The Spirit of God has made me, And the breath of the Almighty gives me life."

Biological life begins at conception and is the means of transmitting the old sin nature.
Soul life is created by God and imputed at physical birth as the means of transmitting the human soul.

Both, biological life and soul life are created by God and given at the perfect time to every member of the human race under the principle of the Divine Timing of God.

And so, the Open Doors of biological life and soul life depend upon the sovereign will of God, which is perfect, meaning that you were born at the perfect time, with the perfect gender, environment and parents that God chose for you.

And since He is perfect, we may conclude that He knew exactly what it would take to cause you to seek for Him if you desired so.

You are not a biological accident; God personally created you.

Human life begins when God imputes the breath or spark of life.
This is called neshamah or breath in the Hebrew, the same "breath" that God breathed into the nostrils of Adam, whose body He "formed from the dust of the ground," (GEN 2:7).

ISA 57:16 "For I will not contend forever, Neither will I always be angry; For the spirit would grow faint before Me, And the breath {of those whom} I have made."

The word "breath" is the same Hebrew word used in Genesis 2:7, neshamah, "breath" or "soul life," used in the plural, it shows that God gave the spark of life not to Adam only but individually to each human being (JOB 33:4).

GEN 2:7 Then the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed [neshamah] into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.

God’s timing is perfect and you will be born or sent through the open door of life at physical birth at the exact time God determined and provided in His time.

God gave you life at that moment, so that was the right time for you to be born.

God imputed His life, called the breath or the neshamah of life, to your soul at your physical birth.

In EZE 18:4, the word of God teaches, "Behold, all souls are Mine; the soul of the father as well as the soul of the son is Mine.

In NUM 16:22, He is "The God of the spirits of all flesh,"

God’s timing is perfect and you will die when God determines under divine timing and sent through the open door of eternity.

Because of the infinite and eternal wisdom of God, He cannot be wrong in determining the time, manner, or place of our death.

There are at least two times in life you will go to and through the open doors provided by God under His perfect divine timing, - the day of your birth, and the day of your death.

God’s timing is perfect and you will die when God determines to send you to the open door of eternity in His time.

Your choice lies in where you will spend eternity.

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