VEJA magazine publishes article on “Faith and the Fifth Dimension”

In Hebrews 11:3 its written that “the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible”, brining man to search for the comprehension of the mystery of Faith, which comes from God, and by the power of the Word, all things were created.

The article also mentions the “unformed ideas”, delivered by the author of evolutionism, Charles Darwin, who in his last days of life, read the book of Hebrews (the Royal Bool – as he called it) and asked about creation and his judgment of the first chapter of Genesis, said: “I was a young man with unformed ideas. I threw out queries, suggestions, wondering all the time over everything, and to my astonishment, the ideas took like wildfire. People made a religion of them.”

In addition to these wonderful teachings, the pastor who is president of Maranatha Cristian Church (MCC), Gedelti Victalino T. Gueiros, author of the article addressed another dimension. “A link capable of connecting man to eternity through Jesus, which can be understood as a revelation from God, whose origin and purpose are part of the universe of the work of redemption”, described Gedelti about the fifth dimension, in addition to the four used in modern physics. And said the following, which was worth mentioning:

 “Therefore, for the believer, in addition to the four other dimensions of modern physics, there is the fifth dimension, which is the revelation, responsible for the transcendence of the Word of God, as the Word reveals itself through faith and in fellowship, completes the project of salvation.”

Thus, it is noted throughout the text that the most important thing for man to achieve in this life is the understanding of what is eternal. That there is a plan of salvation available, based on the Redeeming Work of God. In which Jesus is the central figure, the greatest gesture of love in his sacrifice on the cross to give life to humanity, and from which emanates the true Faith that takes man to the heavenly mansions.

By Andréia Talma

Translated by Sara Abbasova

Click here and read the full article in the VEJA Magazine

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