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"Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations . . ." (Matthew 28:18-20).

"In times past God spoke in partial and various ways to our ancestors through prophets; in these last days, he spoke to us through a son, whom he made heir of all things and through whom he created the universe, who is the refulgence of his glory, the very imprint of his being, and who sustains all things by his mighty word.  When he had accomplished purification from sins, he took his seat at the right hand of Majesty on high, as far superior to the angels as the name he has inherited is more excellent than theirs." (Hebrews 1:1-4)


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God's Plan for Humanity

Christianity is God's plan for bringing humanity into the most profound union possible with Himself.  This union is brought about by God's desire to share His divine life with every person through adoption as a child of God.

To accomplish His plan God worked with and through humanity.  He worked uniquely through Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, David, and the Prophets.  All that God accomplished through these great people, recorded in the Old Testament and the continued traditions of the Jewish people, was intended to prepare humanity for Jesus Christ.

The Eternal Son

The Angel Gabriel came to the Virgin Mary to announce God's plan.  Mary assented and the eternal Son of God became a man in Jesus of Nazareth.  Jesus revealed who God is and what He wants for humanity and from humanity, namely, that God is a Trinity and man is to be conformed to the image of Jesus Christ, who is the image of the invisible God.

Jesus purified and fulfilled all that God accomplished through Israel so all nations would be blessed.  The blessing consists in the Father and the Son sending the divine Spirit so all people can be adopted as children of the Father in the Son and through the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Spirit was sent to the Apostles so they could continue Jesus' mission of reconciliation between God and man and to save the world from sin.  The Apostles in turn appointed men to continue the work Jesus gave them.  The work of Jesus continues through the Holy Roman Catholic Church and will continue until Jesus returns in all His power and glory to bring all things into submission, the last thing being death.


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