Tract Number 9: Behold, I Make All Things New by Victor T. Houteff

Tract Number 9: Behold, I Make All Things New

byVictor T. Houteff

Kobo ebook | March 16, 2017

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In the prophetic words, "Behold, I make all things new" (Rev. 21:5), God warns that "all things" shall wax old.  To understand correctly this prophecy, we must bear in mind the fact that for an old thing to be made new, it must first be disintegrated, -- reduced to the state of its  component elements or parts in which it existed before they were integrated into a composite whole, --  then renovated, reprocessed, and finally reintegrated.  While such a process, moreover, is in operation, the thing being renewed thereby cannot, of course, until finished, resume its function.  During the period of renewal, it is out of commission and out of use. 

In this case, the waxing old of "all things" is, as all Bible students well understand, the result, not of natural decadence which accompanies age, but of the curse of sin brought in by Satan's deceiving the nations.  So when "all things" earthly are in process of renewal, and thus out of commission and out of use, the earth, having become nothing but mass, must necessarily be veritably a bottomless pit.

Accordingly, the scripture, "Behold, I make all things new," foreshadows a period of disintegration and renovation of all things a time in which Satan is bound as predicted in the prophecies concerning The Millennium.

Title:Tract Number 9: Behold, I Make All Things NewFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 16, 2017Publisher:The Davidian Seventh-day AdventistsLanguage:English

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