The Bible can be split into two parts: I don’t mean the Old Testament and the New Testament because, for Christians the New Testament is a continuation of the Old; there is no separation. No, the two parts I am referring to are this: Genesis chapters 1 to 11 (which describe Creation and man’s rebellion against God and the ‘Fall’ from grace culminating in building of the Tower of Babel, when men’s pride and sin reach towards heaven itself), and then Genesis 12 to the very end of Revelation where God’s salvation or rescue plan is promised and gradually unfolds; and God’s new creation; the New Jerusalem; the New Heaven and New Earth are brought to fulfilment. We know that we are now in ‘the last days’ as we await the final part of this rescue plan; the return of the Lord Jesus to bring about the final judgment and redemption, the rescue of his people.