God desires fellowship with spirits the same as is His Spirit. Because there is none like Him, He decreed to make some free spirits that would have the choice of being like Him or indifferent to Him. Because, it is not in God’s make-up to lie, He set forth a proving ground for His creation and decreed there would be two observances. A day of rest and reverence to Him, and one point of forbiddance. God consigned His creation to break both of His ordinances that He may show mercy. Then, He taught the truth of His Spirit. However, man’s disobedience had to be atoned for, so that it would be clean. With only God being worthy enough, to keep His decree from becoming a lie, His own cloned Son/let there be light, laid down His flesh life in His Father’s place. That there can be no deception in His eternity, only the free spirits that choose to live with His Spirit, on earth, will be allowed to live in His eternity.
Lilith is a fantasy novel written by Scottish writer George MacDonald .Lilith is considered among the darkest of MacDonald's works, and among the most profound. It is a story concerning the nature of life, death and salvation. Some believe that MacDonald is arguing for Christian universalism, or the idea that all will eventually be saved.