In the Beginning

 

In the Beginning

   In the beginning God created them male and female and told them to “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth”. It doesn't say to live in the Garden. The Male and females were spoken into creation, and did not have life breathed or Holy Spirited into them.


   Paul compares Adam to Yeshua, for a reason. After creation week it says,” there was no man to till the ground”, not that there were no people. Remember the Parable of the sower starting in Matthew 13:24. Yeshua says He is the sower and the earth was the world.


   Adam had life breathed into him and could have shared it with the others in the world but he lost that life by eating the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, or Ten Commandment Covenant. It never said the Tree was bad. That is why the serpent said it would make you like Elohim, knowing good from evil.


   When Cain killed Able, he went to the land of Nod for a wife. It says, Elohim in Hebrew or the word God's, created man in their image.  

   Since Adam had the Knowledge of Good and Evil in him he was an Elohim, just like at the burning bush, Moses was told he would be an Elohim to Aaron. 

   So Adam's sons would be the sons of Elohim that married the daughter's of men that were spoken into creation.

   Yehovah does not change. He wouldn't tell Adam and Eve's children to have sex together, then later change His mind and say it's a sin.

   If God can change, we have no hope. Because He could change His mind that Yeshua's death on the Cross didn't take away sin. 

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