Okay, so what you are saying is that Rock and Roll was meant to be, it will never die, and it will go down in history as being related to the Second Coming. You want to take me on a journey to help me understand how the Second Coming is related to Rock and Roll. Let the journey begin.
|Lyrics to previous song||Meanings|
|Rock and Roll is here to stay, it will never die||Rock and Roll has survived; it never died|
|It was meant to be that way||There is a reason Rock and Roll has survived|
|Though I don't know why||Must be a reason Rock and Roll has survived|
|It'll go down in history||Rock and Roll will go down in history as being related to The Second Coming|
|Just you watch my friend||Just watch, my friend|
Then God said, “Let us make man in our image… Genesis 1:26
And the LORD God said, “The man has now become like one of us… Genesis 3:22
Come, let us go down and confuse their language… Genesis 11:7
(NIV References to the Trinity)
Christians believe there are three persons in one God. A person is a human being.
Jesus is a person. Jesus identifies Himself as the Second Person of the Trinity in the Bible.
They all asked, “Are you then the Son of God?” He Replied, “You are right in saying I am.” Luke 22:70
If Jesus identified Himself as the Second Person of the Trinity, then that means that there is a First Person of the Trinity. Who is the First Person? Who is the First Person of the Trinity? Jesus said He is the Son of God, which means He has a Father, who is God. Who is His Father? Well, His Father is God the Father and the First Person of the Trinity. A Person is a human being. Jesus, the Second Person, is a human being. So God the Father, the First Person of the Trinity, must be a human being also. Well, we know that was not the case when Jesus made this statement. But maybe, just maybe, the Father will secretly become a human being in the end times and the world will not know about it. If so, then it will make sense that God the Father is the First Person of the Trinity, and Jesus is the Second Person of the Trinity.
Blame it on the Love of Rock and Roll
Bon Jovi - 1992