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Monday, May 28 I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring. He will crush your head.​—Gen. 3:15.


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Monday, May 28

I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring. He will crush your head.—Gen. 3:15.

 

As King of God’s Kingdom, Jesus will crush the serpent’s head and erase from the universe all traces of Satan’s rebellion. While on earth, Jesus helped his disciples to see the importance of God’s Kingdom. Immediately after his baptism, Jesus proclaimed “the good news of the Kingdom of God” far and wide. (Luke 4:43) In his last words to his disciples before he returned to heaven, Jesus instructed them to be witnesses of him “to the most distant part of the earth.” (Acts 1:6-8) By means of the Kingdom-preaching work, people throughout the earth would have an opportunity to learn about the ransom and become subjects of God’s Kingdom. Today, we show our support for the Kingdom by assisting Christ’s brothers on earth in carrying out the commission to preach the good news of the Kingdom worldwide.—Matt. 24:14; 25:40. w17.02 2:7, 8

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Gen. 3:15 introduces the primary theme, which is the vindication of God’s sovereignty and the sanctification of his name by means of the Kingdom. As the text said: Today, we show our support for the Kingdom by assisting Christ’s brothers on earth in carrying out the commission to preach the good news of the Kingdom worldwide.
 

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On 5/28/2018 at 12:33 AM, GrumpysWife said:

Monday, May 28

I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring. He will crush your head.—Gen. 3:15.

 

As King of God’s Kingdom, Jesus will crush the serpent’s head and erase from the universe all traces of Satan’s rebellion. While on earth, Jesus helped his disciples to see the importance of God’s Kingdom. Immediately after his baptism, Jesus proclaimed “the good news of the Kingdom of God” far and wide. (Luke 4:43) In his last words to his disciples before he returned to heaven, Jesus instructed them to be witnesses of him “to the most distant part of the earth.” (Acts 1:6-8) By means of the Kingdom-preaching work, people throughout the earth would have an opportunity to learn about the ransom and become subjects of God’s Kingdom. Today, we show our support for the Kingdom by assisting Christ’s brothers on earth in carrying out the commission to preach the good news of the Kingdom worldwide.—Matt. 24:14; 25:40. w17.02 2:7, 8

This scripture is pivotal to our preaching and to the bibles message.... but why can I never say "emnity", no, err, emynitty, anymitty? Nope, just cant get my tongue round it :zipmouth:

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