That the Son (in regard to his Deity) should have a relationship with his Father which is a matter of filial and voluntary subjection does not mean that he is not equal in Deity to the Father.
Equal in Divine nature, or 'form', as we see in Philippians :
who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal to God, [Philippians 2:6 YLT]
This verse does not stand alone. As is the case with many of the proverbs the entire thought is expressed in two (or more) verses:
The king's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the LORD; he turns it wherever he will. Every way of a man is right in his own eyes, but the LORD weighs the heart. - Proverbs 21:1-2
These verses highlight two critical ...
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1 Corinthians 15:24
"Then after Christ has destroyed all powers and forces, the end will come, and he will give the kingdom to God the Father.."
It's referring to the final outcome ie the end.
"Christ will rule until he puts all his enemies under his power,"
Please note, it says 'until' he has ...
Lazarus and others who were by Jesus raised from the dead died again since they weren't raised into a glorified human body. This means they are still in the grip of death.
But not Jesus. Death could not hold Him (Acts 2:24)
But God raised Him from the dead, putting an end to the agony of
death, since it was impossible for Him to be held in its power.