God’s Redemptive Plan by: Tyrone E. Wilson God’s Redemptive Plan for Young Adults and High School Students tells the whole story. From Genesis to Revelation, God reveals His plan of redemption to save mankind. In short, this book explains from the beginning what God has ordained to ensure man’s salvation. $12.95 - BUY BOOK

Proverbs 22:6

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

Book Excerpts

Genesis 1:27-28 states:

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.”

In what has come to be known as the Adamic Covenant, God gave man dominion over the earth.  In brief, a covenant is an agreement or a promise between two parties.  As used in the Bible, a covenant is an agreement between God and man. God tells man what He will do, and what He expects man to do in obedience to Him. While there may be some disagreement among biblical scholars over some of this, some points are not in dispute.  With regard to the Adamic Covenant, these points include:

  1. Man was commanded to “be fruitful and multiply”. God wanted man to reproduce and fill the earth.
  2. Man was to subdue or have dominion over all the earth; the fish of the sea, the beasts of the earth, and every fowl of the air.  (This means that pit bulls are supposed to be afraid of you … not the other way around.)
  3. Man, beast, and fowl were provided with food from the herbs or fruit yielding trees (man was vegetarian, so there were no cheesesteaks … the horror!).
  4. A command not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.  The punishment for violating God’s command not to eat of this tree was death.  This was the one thing God commanded man strongly not to do.  It wasn’t an option although man has free will.  If he ate, he would die. So man had a choice…even though he was under the command not to do this. He could live life under the grace of God who gave man all the good things in life, or he could eat of the tree. He could continue to have fellowship with God, enjoy His provision of food, companionship, and dominance over all life that God created, or he could die. Does man choose to be obedient, or does he choose death?

The above covenant points are found in Genesis 1:28-30 and Genesis 2:16-17.

So, all forms of life, even the beasts of the field, were in obedience to Adam. God completed His creation in six days, and on the seventh day He rested from His labor, and sanctified that day as a day of rest unto Himself. This day of rest, which will become known as the Sabbath, is an observance that will become important.

  • With All Thy Getting, Get Understanding …

    Proverbs 4:7 “Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.” Learn something. I wonder if it’s true that many people attend church just to feel better. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes that’s what we need … but just sometimes. We need more than that though. More often than […]

    On April 28, 2019
  • God’s Plan

    Isaiah 55:11 “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” God will accomplish what He set out to do. We have a choice to make […]

    On April 8, 2019
  • Shepherds Heard It From On High

      One of my favorite Christmas-themed passages in the Bible is related to the announcement of the birth of Christ as found in Luke 2:8-12. One of the things which make this event as incredible as it is mind-blowing is that the angel of the Lord made this grand announcement to shepherds. At the time, […]

    On December 24, 2018
  • God Is Who He Is

    Too many people want to make God into someone or something they want Him to be. Why? Because it’s easier to pretend to pay homage to someone or something of your own creation that to acknowledge and worship the true God. After all, your creation allows you to do whatever you want to do. We […]

    On October 31, 2018
About author
Tyrone E. Wilson
Style: Religion

Tyrone E. Wilson is a Sunday school teacher at a Largo Community Church in Mitchellville, Maryland, having taught the high school age group for approximately 15 years before moving on to teach the young adult class.  He has also taught Sunday school for a number of years at his home church in Philadelphia, PA.  (more)

"Young people of today are faced with many influences that their parents didn't have to navigate. From social media to cyber-bullying to reality television, it is harder than ever to be a young person today. This book is a welcomed break from the "noise" and distractions faced by the youth of today. "
  • “Must-Have” Book
  • Eric Gordon, Blogger
"Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Phasellus id faucibus massa. Quisque varius arcu sapien, in fringilla libero ultrices quis. Quisque convallis tortor rutrum"
  • Lainomitset ofni
  • Rosseforp rotide
"Aenean iaculis aliquet lobortis. Sed commodo in massa eget congue. Maecenas lacinia arcu ut neque elementum, pharetra imperdiet ligula fringilla. Pellentesque in orci est."
  • Lizard Quazt
  • Lecturer
"Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Phasellus id faucibus massa. Quisque varius arcu sapien, in fringilla libero ultrices quis. Quisque convallis tortor rutrum."
  • Nib amaso
  • Editor & writer
"Nunc imperdiet dictum risus finibus luctus. Quisque vestibulum nibh quis elementum vestibulum. Morbi a purus nec metus aliquam accumsan at in orci"
  • Tie-in Edition
  • Oxford Primary Atlas
NEWSLETTER Subscribe to our newsletter to get the most recent news and updates. Also we occasionally throw some free book(s).
Contact Us