I was just reading the other answer and I think there is
more to say.
If you read John 17:3 it says:
"And this is life eternal, that they might know thee (you)
the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom thou (you)
That means we must know both the Only True God and
his Son, Jesus Christ.
In Matthew 5:5 we can read:
"Blessed are the meek:for they shall inherit the earth."
That means that some will live in peace here on earth.
And the same opinion we can read in Matthew 6:9,10.
It's the Lord's Prayer. He said: "Our Father who art in
heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come,
Thy will be done, as in heaven, so on earth.."
That means that there shall be piece on earth by Gods
Kingdom, and people will live here.
The Prayer also say, that God's name will be hallowed.
We have to know his name if we shall "hallow" it must
In the Bible we can read in Luke 4:16-19 that Jesus
came to the synagogue in Nazareth and that they
delivered unto him the book of the prophet Isaiah.
And what he was reading to the people there is from
Isaiah chapter 61 where it says that God's name is
We can also read in The Psalms 83:18:
"That they ma know that thou alone, whose name is
Jehova, Art the Most High over all the earth."
All is from the Holy Bible, American Standard Version
I think it's very interesting!