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Subject Rule or ruin everything for everybody.Will God let their tantrums destroy his beautiful biosphere?
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Audio Audio download options Will the Earth Be Destroyed?
The Bible’s answer

No, planet Earth will never be destroyed, burned in fire, or replaced. The Bible teaches that God created the earth to be inhabited forever.

“The righteous will possess the earth, and they will live forever on it.”—Psalm 37:29.

“[God] has established the earth on its foundations; it will not be moved from its place forever and ever.”—Psalm 104:5.

“The earth remains forever.”—Ecclesiastes 1:4.

“The One who formed the earth, its Maker who firmly established it, . . . did not create it simply for nothing, but formed it to be inhabited.”—Isaiah 45:18.

Will humans ruin the earth?

God will not allow humans to ruin the earth completely by pollution, warfare, or any other means. Rather, he will “bring to ruin those ruining the earth.” (Revelation 11:18) How will he accomplish that?

God will replace human governments, which have been unable to protect the earth, with a perfect heavenly Kingdom. (Daniel 2:44; Matthew 6:9, 10) That Kingdom will be ruled by God’s Son, Jesus Christ. (Isaiah 9:6, 7) When on earth, Jesus exercised miraculous powers over natural elements. (Mark 4:35-41) As the King of God’s Kingdom, Jesus will exercise full control over earth and its elements. He will re-create, or renew, conditions on earth, making them similar to those that existed in the garden of Eden.—Matthew 19:28; Luke 23:43.
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