God, whom the New Testament calls “the Father,” died and left everything that was His as an inheritance to His Son, Jesus Christ. For this reason, the New Testament says that the Son was to be heir of all things (Hebrews 1:1-2).
This transference of property was documented in the Scriptures, particularly the Old Testament, which can be considered the last will and testament of the Father. The Son of God, according to the stipulations of the will, received as sole heir all that had been the Father’s. The Son thus became Father to all creation, according to Isaiah 9:6.
Of course, when the Father “died” He became the Son, for even with humans death is not an end but a transition. There is only one God.
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