The millennial rein of Jesus will last only 1,000 years. If The Lord wanted us to live forever on the earth then why did people start to live less time on the earth after creation? Methuselah lived to almost 1,000 years. How many of your family members or neighbors are living to that age? Originally, perhaps God wanted man to inhabit the earth forever, but man decided to disobey GOD's word. That is when everything changed.
UUH!.. Did you forget that if Adam and Eve had not disobeyed, they would still be alive? . . .
So you're saying the God who inspired Isaiah to write " For this is what Jehovah says, The Creator of the heavens, the true God, The One who formed the earth, its Maker who firmly established it, Who did not create it simply for nothing,* but formed it to be inhabited
. . . (Isaiah 45:18) The God whose very name is a promise meaning "He who causes to become" has had his purpose trashed by a rebel whom he will soon bruise in the head?
I don't think so . . . . .
To think that we are going to live on the earth forever is not founded on scripture. In fact the Bible explicitly states that heaven and earth will pass away.
OK, let's examine that text from 2nd Peter: 10-14 "10 But Jehovah’s day will come as a thief, in which the heavens will pass away with a roar, but the elements being intensely hot will be dissolved, and earth and the works in it will be exposed.
11 Since all these things are to be dissolved in this way, consider what sort of people you ought to be in holy acts of conduct and deeds of godly devotion, 12 as you await and keep close in mind the presence of the day of Jehovah, through which the heavens will be destroyed in flames and the elements will melt in the intense heat! 13 But there are new heavens and a new earth
that we are awaiting according to his promise, and in these righteousness is to dwell." do I need to remind you that the words "heavens" and "earth" are often used symbolically to refer to "governments" and "peoples"? How else could the "earth"of Noah's time have been destroyed?
Let me ask you this Neo, Acts the 2nd chapter. How do you explain that passage of scripture? Have you received the Holy Ghost as the early church did?
If you are referring to God's holy spirit, his active force, by which he guides us, comforts us, and teaches us, then yes, I have received it. But if you are referring to the word 'ghost' as an intelligent being, then you have not done your research into the meaning of the words.
You need to refine your research.