Bible Commentary and Advice About Earthly Things

The Bible has a lot of advice about Earthly things in regard to how they were created, their temporary nature, and how things of this Earth will eventually pass away. The Bible advices us that physical things like earth, fire, water, and air were created by God and not out of nothing. There is a responsible agent, namely God, that created the world. In the physical world there is birth where parents have children. People age and eventually die physically. In the physical world, matter is created and eventually rusts or just fades away. Below are Christian advice topics in regard to Earthly things that are created, exist, and eventually die or fade away.

The Creator of the World

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Commentary Topic Categories Concerning Earthly Things:

Arranging, Change, Inorganic Matter, Motion, Relations, Numbers, Quantity, Organic Matter, Places, Time, Power and Causes


Bible Commentary Series About Earthly Things

  • Child Discipline. God approves of child discipline. It is an essential part of a parent and child relationship ...

  • Creation. The world around us is the best evidence and proof that God created the universe. The very existence of the universe cannot be understood or explained using our five senses. The actual creation of this world was a miracle and cannot be explained by natural phenomenon ...

  • Fathers. The Bible tells us that a father's authority comes from God. The Bible advises of the characteristics of a father ...

  • Death. The Bible tells us how to face death. Besides physical death, there are spiritual and eternal death ...

  • Money and Finances. The Bible has a lot to say about money and finances ...

  • Old Man. How did Jesus change our relationship with God? Do I have a sin nature? How do I become a new man (or woman) in Christ? Why is it so important? ...

  • Prosperity. What does the Bible say about prosperity ...

  • Relationship – Parent-Child. God holds the parent-child relationship as special. God tells us in the ten commandments to obey and have respect for our parents ...

  • Responsibility. Not accepting personal responsibility for our sin, separates us from God ...