In Genesis, the bible begins "God created the heavens and the earth" and in Revelation, ends with the restoration of heaven and earth. The first two chapters of Genesis tell of the creation of the Garden. The last two chapters of Revelation tell of the perfect restoration of the global paradise! The third chapter, Genesis three tells of satan's deception of man. The Third chapter from the end, Revelation twenty tells of satan's destruction by the son of man, a perfect restoration and a perfect symmetry!!! Apostle Paul writes in Ephesians 1:10 "...a plan for the fullness of time, to unite all things in Him, things in heaven and things on the earth. We must have our understanding to include both, that which is in heaven and that which is on the earth. If we are in Christ, we are seated with Him . Yeshua was both, heavenly and earthly, and we are, too! There are two views of Jerusalem, one is a city in the middle east and the other that Jerusalem is a city in heaven. Both are true! There is a heavenly Jerusalem and a earthly one. BUT, the time is coming when the heavenly Jerusalem descends overshadowing the old and make ALL things new and one! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, come quickly!
In John 6:48-51 it reads in The Passion , "I AM the true Bread of Life. Your ancestors ate manna in the desert and died. But standing here before you is the true Bread that comes out of heaven, and when you eat this Bread you will never die. I alone am this living Bread that has come to you from heaven. Eat this Bread and you will live forever. The living Bread I give is my body, which I will offer as a sacrifice so that all may live." There is a difference between eternal life and living forever. The only reason I would die is if there is a record of sin in my DNA. I do not need to die, none of us do. But we need to undergo transformation by applying the body and blood of Jesus. The body and blood of Jesus carry the record of the DNA of God. We can age and die, or we can take the body and blood of Jesus within ourselves, and live forever!. Jesus says in John 6:58, "I am not like the bread your ancestors ate and later died. I am the living Bread that comes from heaven.