Animals Do Have Eternal Life Part One' Psalm 36:6 states, "Oh Lord, Thou preservest Man and Beast." The word preservest here, comes from the Hebrew word, Yasha. It is the root word from which we get the word, Savior.
Animals Do Have Eternal Life
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Psalm 36:6 states, "Oh Lord, Thou preservest Man and Beast." The word preservest here, comes from the Hebrew word, Yasha. It is the root word from which we get the word, Savior.
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Animals Do Have Eternal Life Part One' Psalm 36:6 states, "Oh Lord, Thou preservest Man and Beast." The word preservest here, comes from the Hebrew word, Yasha. It is the root word from which we get the word, Savior.

In Mark 16:15, Jesus told His Disciples to, "Preach my gospel to all Creation." The word Gospel means, Good News, in Greek. The word Creation is Ktisis in Greek. It is sometimes translated, Creatures. Now how could it be good news to all Creation, all Creatures, unless it applied to all Creation, all Creatures? How

much Good News would it be, for instance if you told an American Sign Language speaking Gorilla or Chimp, "I've got good news for you. Humans go to a nice place called Heaven after we die, but you won't." In order for it to be Good News for all Creation, all Creatures, it has to apply to all Creation, all Creatures. If Jesus

had meant that His Good News was to be preached only to all Humans, He could very easily have said, "to all Humanity" instead of, "to all Creation." Do Animals need to become Born Again? It is doubtful. Animals were never chased out of Eden, though their bodies are cursed by whatever the Fall was, is as all Creation.

And the free will of Animals is somewhat limited, especially in the lower ones. Much of what they do is pure instinct. God is neither illogical, nor is He cruel. It would be both illogical and cruel to, for instance, condemn a Spider for eating its Mate, the way one would condemn a Human who committed the same atrocity.

In Deuteronomy 1:39, little Children were considered innocent of the sins the rest of the Hebrew race was being condemned for, because they "have no knowledge." So it is obvious God makes allowances for lack of knowledge. Is God concerned with Animals? From the book of

Genesis on, the Bible is full of instances where God was concerned with the well being of Animals. Noah was instructed in Genesis 7:2, very carefully, that he was supposed to rescue seven pairs of all food Animals and one pair of all nonfood Animals so they too, could continue after the Black Sea Flood. In Exodus 23:10, the habit of letting farm

land lay unplowed and unused once every seven years was so that "the poor among your People may get food from it and the wild Animals may eat what they leave." In various verses in Deuteronomy 22, God commands the Israelites to return lost Animals to their Owners and to help Animals

who have fallen get back up on their feet. In Deuteronomy 24:4 God commands that one should "not muzzle an Ox while it is treading out the grain." This verse was later used in the New Testament (1 Corinthians 9:9), to refer to Workers being allowed the fringe benefits and pay of their job. Paul thought it referred to Humans, not Oxen, but for

centuries it was used quite literally to allow Oxen to have a taste of the grain they were treading. It would have been quite frustrating for an Ox to smell all that delicious grain and not be able to have any of itIn Jonah 4:10 and 4:11 God rebukes Jonah for showing compassion for a Plant but failing to show compassion for People and Animals. "You have been concerned about this

Vine, though you did not tend it or make it grow. It sprang up overnight and died overnight. But Nineveh has more than a hundred and twenty thousand People who cannot tell their right hand from their left, and many Cattle as well. Should I not be concerned about that great city?"

In Psalms 50:8 to 50:15 God presents an idea, that for its time, was very radical, the idea that animal sacrifices were futile, "Here O my people, and I will speak; O Israel, I will testify against you; I AM God, your God. I do not reprove you for your sacrifices and your burnt offerings are continually before me. I shall take no

Young Bull out of your house, nor Male Goats out of your folds, For every Beast of the forest is Mine, the Cattle on a thousand hills. I know every Bird of the mountains, and everything that moves in the field is mine. If I were hungry, I would not tell you; for the World is Mine,

Young Bull out of your house, nor Male Goats out of your folds,. For every Beast of the forest is Mine, the Cattle on a thousand hills. I know every Bird of the mountains, and everything that moves in the field is mine. If I were hungry, I would not tell you; for the World is Mine, and all it contains. Shall I eat the flesh of Bulls, or drink the blood of

Young Bull out of your house, nor Male Goats out of your folds,. For every Beast of the forest is Mine, the Cattle on a thousand hills. I know every Bird of the mountains, and everything that moves in the field is mine. If I were hungry, I would not tell you; for the World is Mine, and all it contains. Shall I eat the flesh of Bulls, or drink the blood of

Young Bull out of your house, nor Male Goats out of your folds,. For every Beast of the forest is Mine, the Cattle on a thousand hills. I know every Bird of the mountains, and everything that

Young Bull out of your house, nor Male Goats out of your folds,. For every Beast of the forest is Mine, the Cattle on a thousand hills. I know every Bird of the mountains, and everything that moves in the field is mine. If I were hungry, I would not tell you; for the World is Mine, and all it contains. Shall I eat the flesh of

Young Bull out of your house, nor Male Goats out of your folds,. For every Beast of the forest is Mine, the Cattle on a thousand hills. I know every Bird of the mountains, and everything that moves in the field is mine. If I were hungry, I would not tell you; for the World is Mine, and all it contains. Shall I eat the flesh

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