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Is Jesus no longer in flesh?

Submitted: 12/6/2007
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Question: On your response to the question regarding Son being in subjection to the one who put all things under him, you stated that 'God manifested in flesh is forever.' Now that Jesus has ascended to become Spirit, does the 'flesh' end here? Now that the Son becomes the Father himself (as the Father is in Spirit and now Jesus is in Spirit not in flesh), who will reign as the Son and then subject all things to God after?

Answer: The flesh of God has not ended and will never end. God will always be manifested in the flesh. As Jesus said in Revelation 1:18, 'I am He who lives, and was dead, and behold, I am alive forevermore. Amen.' This verse is clearly speaking from the human persepctive.

Your statement 'now that the Son becomes the Father Himself' betrays a serious flaw in your thinking. There was never a time when the Son became the Father. He has always been the Father manifested in the flesh, from the very moment of His conception.

1 Corinthians 15:25 says that the Son 'must reign till He has put all enemies under His feet.' This indicates that God will continue to operate through His humanity until He has accomplished all aspects of His redemptive plan.