Nowadays when we want to go somewhere we either step into our car or if we feel the distance is too far, we are likely to take the plane. It was not really that terribly long ago that the main mode of transportation over land, both here in North America and also on the European continent, was by train. I am sure that most of our older readers can still relate to those days gone by, and yet even nowadays we can catch a train that will take us from coast to coast and from north to south in a very enjoyable and relaxing way. In this way we can see the country in all its glory and beauty, the way that our Creator meant it to be.
Let’s go for a train ride through history
With all this said I would at this time like to take a train ride through history with you and see where we have been and where we are going. Since most of you who will be reading this article realize that they are Christian-Israelites. I will attempt to take this journey, not through secular history, but from the point of our beginning from Adam, the son of God (Luke 3:38). Now scripture calls Adam the son of God, but as a direct son Adam was the lesser, for as we shall see later on in our travels we will encounter another Who is also called the Son of God (Matt. 14:38, Mark 1:1,11), but Who is far greater than the first son. There are numerous other passages throughout the New Testament scriptures bearing out this fact. Now I know that we who are truly in tune with God the Father and with our Redeemer, Jesus Christ, are also considered to be sons and daughters of God, (see Rom. 8:14, 2Cor. 6:18, Gal. 4:5,6, Php. 2:15 and 1Jn. 3:1,2), but we are sons and daughters by adoption (Gal. 4:5) and not by birth, for only Adam was formed by God and Jesus was fathered by God. So with this information and the Bible as our travel guide and itinerary let’s get started, so All Aboard, fasten your seat belts, relax and enjoy the journey.