The Bible – For Whom was it Written?

The Bible – For Whom was it Written?

IT MAY NOT HAVE OCCURRED TO YOU, but the Bible was written about and to only one people and nation – the nation of true Israel. The only time other people were ever mentioned in the Bible was when they came into contact with God’s people, Israel.
These few pages present a brief sketch of the creations, as we read in the book of Genesis. We examine the creation of the non-Adamic races. We, also, witness the creation of the white Adamic race. God created them as his own special people, whose name was changed to Israel at the time of Jacob.
Unless otherwise noted, we have used the King James Version for scriptural reference. In a few places we have referred to other versions for further clarity and this has been noted. So let’s begin:
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God.” (John 1:1-2)
We chose to start off with these verses because they show how, with the exception of Adam and Eve, God created every thing into existence by the spoken word.
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1)
“And God said, let the waters under heaven be gathered together into one place, and let dry land appear: and it was so.” (Genesis 1:9)
With these select verses we have a rough sketch of the beginning of God’s creations, as recorded by Moses in our Bible. The creation, first, of the heaven and the earth. No time frame was given and there has been much conjecture about the length of a year and the total length of the creation process. For this study we won’t concern ourselves with it – only the chronological order of events.