In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God (Jn 1:1).
Before eternity, God appointed the Son as His heir, and He created heaven (the spiritual world) and all creatures in it for the Son (Heb 1:1-3).
Being in the form of God, He did not consider it robbery to be equal with God, but made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant, and coming in the likeness of men. And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself and became obedient (Phi 2:6-8).
The One who holds the seven stars in His right hand and who walks in the midst of the seven golden lampstands (Rev 2:1) has feet which are refined in a furnace, and His voice are like the sound of many waters (Rev 1:15).
The One who was to sit at God’s right hand made up His mind to become the Son of Man out of humility. He chose to come to the lowest place in order to taste death (Heb 2:9).
Therefore, God created heaven (the spiritual world). In the outskirts of heaven, He created the darkness to keep the fallen angels when they revolted. During the six days of creation, He made the universe, and placed the sun, moon and stars inside. He also created mankind, who were to help make way for the Son of Man (Heb 2:5-18).
Just as the way of the Son of Man ran through the lower depths of darkness, His yoke was the public life He had to bear (Mt 11:28-30).
God formed man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; he became a spiritual person, that is, the man became a living being, Adam (1 Cor 15:45, Gen 2:7, Mal 2:15).
God put him in the garden of Eden to tend and keep it (Gen 2:15).
God commanded him, “Of every tree of the garden you may freely eat; but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall die.” (Gen 2:1-17)
God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam. Then the rib which God had taken from man He made into a woman(Gen 2:18-25).
God created the plants and various kinds of vegetables on the earth. Then He created man; male and female He created them (Gen 1:26-28).
Mankind was to be fruitful, to multiply and to fill the earth. They were human beings who did not possess spirits. This was so that one spirit could be made from among them (Gen 2:7).
He called them the descendants of mankind (Gen 5:2). Later, they mingled with spiritual mankind, who were called the descendants of God (Gen 6:1-2). They were finally destroyed during the flood in Noah’s time (Gen 6:4).
God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth. He destroyed it by the flood as judgement (Gen 6:5-8).
God commanded Noah to build an ark (Gen 6:14).
In the ark, only eight souls were saved (1 Pet 3:20-21).
The whole earth had one language and one speech. God saw that people were managing without Him, and He confused their language (Gen 11:1-9).
God established His first covenant with Abraham and gave him his only son Isaac. God tested Abraham by telling him to offer Isaac as a burnt offering on one of the mountains He showed him (Gen 22:1-12).
God saw the way Abraham obeyed and feared Him. God blessed Abraham, first by preparing a ram, which was preparation for the covenant about Jesus Christ (Gen 22:13-14).
The Son of Man tasting death manifests the heart of the only begotten Son of God. It was the Christ who was killed as atonement for mankind’s sin. This is the will of God (Gen 22:17).
When God established the first covenant, He told Abraham that Israel would be slaves in a foreign land. Afterward, God called them into the desert and gave them the commandments of the Law (Gen 15:13-14, Ex 34:1).
He called the Israelites His people (Ex 3:12).
He appointed David as king over Israel (Gen 17:16, 2 Sam 2:1-6).
The Son of Man came from the root of David (Mt 1:1).
The tabernacle is a copy of Jesus Christ (Heb 9:1-10). The first covenant of the scroll was finally over (Mal 4:1-5).
The Son of Man was born as the seed of the woman, and this news reached the shepherds who were tending their flock in the fields (Lk 2:8-20).
The tabernacle (which was a parable) was disappearing, and the Son of Man was clearly revealed by the baptism of John the Baptist. This happened to fulfill the word of the prophets (Heb 1:2-3, Mt 3:16-17).
Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit and started His public life as Christ, being sent by God the Father (Mt 17:5).
As written in the Bible, the Son of God was revealed to destroy the works of the devil (1 Jn 3:8)
Jesus entered Jerusalem while riding a colt, as written in the Bible (Mt 21:1-11).
The Lord had the Supper with His disciples and went to Gethsemane to offer His last supplication (Heb 5:7).
Peter watched Jesus at a distance and tried to hide his identity. The cock crowed and made Peter remember (Mt 26:69-75).
Jesus Christ carried the cross up to Golgotha, and He died there. He could not avoid this cup because it was to fulfill the will of God (Mt 26:36-46, 27:27-31).
Jesus finally resurrected after three days (Lk 24:1-12).
By the resurrection of Jesus Christ, mankind was completely set free from their sins (1 Pt 2:24).
The One whose feet are like burnished bronze ascended to God’s right hand (Acts 7:55-60).
The King of kings received all authority in heaven and on earth (Mt 28:16) and will rule with an iron scepter. He sits on the heavenly throne (Mk 16:19).
He will judge the living and the dead. Before the throne, books were opened, and another book was opened, which is the book of life (Rev 20:12-13).
After the Son of Man fulfilled the will He intended at the beginning and the will of the Father, He forever ascended to heaven (Rev 22:13).