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|Leonard, Graham, Sir (Graham Douglas Leonard; b.1921) British churchman 1 |
The purpose of population is not ultimately peopling earth. It is to fill heaven.
Contribution to a debate on the Church and the Bomb. Remark, General Synod of
|1939) Australian feminist writer The purpose of population is not ultimately |
peopling earth. It is to fill heaven. G. D. Leonard (b. 1921) Bishop of London 1983
A hen is only an egg's way of making another egg- Samuel Butler (1835-1902) ...
|a long-lasting smoke will fill the Earth's atmosphere. ... to die but will be unable to |
for a period of time before the full spiritual Kingdom is formed on Earth as it is in
Heaven (Revelations chapter 9 verse 6). ... Ultimately, the majority of people on
Earth will not survive and therefore will not partake in this new spiritual kingdom.
|To Adam and Eve God said, "Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and |
subdue it. ... with the rebellious people in the house of Jacob: "Remember the
former things, those of long ago [God's purposes fulfilled in the ... That the
building of the church unifying Gentiles and Jews (not merely as classes, but as
persons also) was in the ... God ultimately purposed to unite heaven and earth
|Where do the king's actions leave the people? dying of starvation on the roads (|
1a3). ... of the people on rulers goes even deeper, though, because rulers largely
determine the moral character 120 | Heaven and Earth Are Not Humane.
|and experiences in this world are merely a means to the next, and if our faith is |
strong enough, we should be able to withstand ... I am not alone in my quest for
answers. ... Ultimately, people will be satisfied that you lived a full and proper life.
... The rumbling is filled with unsatisfied, disappointed, angry, and arrogant
|God's desire since the beginning of time has been to dwell among all people |
everywhere for all time, not just a few ... on the earth was the key that opened the
door to God's expansion plan — a dwelling place that ultimately fills the earth.
|Ultimately. Redemptive. We have seen that salvation is the outcome in the case |
of Isaiah 51 and Psalm 102, but ... Take, for example, the vision in Isaiah 24,
whichspeaks of theviolent shaking of the earth (both people and environment [vv.
1–13 ... But thiscosmic shakingis not ultimately about destruction; rather,it is for
the benefitof the temple, with the result that“the ... of extreme destruction typically
describes some intrahistorical event, but also that it is always for the ultimate
|This heavenly kingdom — set up by the God of heaven — shall have no |
successor: “It shall not be left to other people. ... It was, as Jesus later revealed, a
kingdom of truth (John 18:37) and was to ultimately triumph over the misplaced ...
The fulfillment of God's eternal purpose is the “mountain” that shall fill the whole
|According to the teaching of the Catholic Church, therefore life is meaningful here |
on earth and in heaven. ... This conception of the meaning of life does not leave
room for escapism—an attitude whereby one abandons his legitimate ... Catholic
understanding of how the hunger for meaning is steered in the human person,
and how meaning is ultimately realized. ... and lovingly you wake in my heart,
where in secret you dwell alone; and your sweet breathing, filled with good and