Hope you are finding this series helpful and receiving the message from our Father.
We are continuing with the Parables of the Creation. If you have not, please read:
… hopefully before you proceed with this chapter. There is a lot of information laid out in them that is essential to know before you fully understand this chapter.
Now, may I suggest that you get comfortable in you chair or sofa, with a cup of coffee or tea? This article is a bit longer than my average articles and packed with so much revelation and things to meditate on. Since there is much to read and think about, it may be a good idea to go step by step as well.
And, be ready to receive a totally prophetic and brand new, and TRUE, understanding of the story of “Adam and Eve.”
I pray that you will be richly rewarded for your time and attention.
Be blessed …
1b: Parable of Adam and Eve
(Genesis Chapters 1 – 3)
- In Their Image
- Written Just For Us
- Steps and Rationals
- Adam and Eve
In Their Image
So … He created the heaven and the earth, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, and Day 5 .. they were all “good.”
Then, on the sixth day, YHVH created man.
Genesis 1:26-27 NKJV
(26) Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” (27) So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.
The “male and female” He created were “Adam and Eve” … and please, remember that we are looking at this account as a “Parable.” So, in this article, we will learn whom “Adam and Eve” are representing as the foreshadows, and what kind of the mystery of God their life story is telling us.
Why on the sixth day? … we have discussed this prophecy in the previous chapter.
But, first, I would like you to think about the following before we move on …
When He said, “Let us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness;” … was that only about our appearance, abilities such as to think, communicate, love, have desire for the good, and many more tangible aspects of the mankind in the natural realm?
I believe, these famous words of the Bible, in this quote, mean that there is this “spiritual” realm, where “They” live, and the image of the spiritual reality and the Father’s thoughts and visions are reflected on the actual mankind and on the world. “Our image” means that the entire mankind and the world are the reflections of the spiritual realm. The world is a reflection of the heavenly world.
But … the trick is … what it really means is that the world “WILL BE” the reflection of heaven “ultimately, at the end.” It is a PROPHECY, and is spoken in a PARABLE form. So, it is not quite yet done .. not yet. And, just like the majority of the prophecies, this “Our image” and “Our likeness” are to be fulfilled when it is all over and done.
This, “prophetic reflection of the image,” is a very important concept for us to understand. And it is also essential in our study of Parables.
One of the goals of this article is also to help readers understand this concept and realize that there are always this parallelism of “natural” AND “spiritual” realities that are happening in the Bible. Parables speak of both “natural” and “spiritual” truths. I will try my best to explain this dual realities as we decode this Parable of Adam and Eve. And, we will learn, at the end, that the “ultimate” image of the Father and the Son will be truly reflected in the perfect, complete, and renewed group of people called “the Bride of the Messiah.” And, it will be accomplished at the end of the 6000 years appointed for man to complete His plans, and when we dwell all together in the presence of the Father and the Son, in New Jerusalem on New Earth —- and that will be indeed “very good.”
(31) Then God saw everything that He had made, and indeed it was very good. So the evening and the morning were the sixth day.
That is what I believe what “in Our image and in Our Likeness” ultimately and fully means.
The New Jerusalem is called “the Lamb’s wife” in Revelation.
(9) Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls filled with the seven last plagues came to me and talked with me, saying, “Come, I will show you the bride, the Lamb’s wife.” (10) And he carried me away in the Spirit to a great and high mountain, and showed me the great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God, (11) having the glory of God. Her light was like a most precious stone, like a jasper stone, clear as crystal.
This is the ultimate Bride of the Messiah we will talk about so much in this article. Please remember that. And when we as a people group are called “the Bride of Messiah,” or in key words referring to this term, it means the Bride of Messiah “in making,” being prepared for this final glory.
He declared the end from the beginning.
(10) Declaring the end from the beginning, And from ancient times things that are not yet done, Saying, ‘My counsel shall stand, And I will do all My pleasure,’
And indeed from the very first appearance of the mankind in the Bible, he declared the final outcome … you will see. “Good” means “good.” At the end, we will be perfect.
Everything was prophesied from the beginning … The deal was, however, that this reflection of His plan was to be played out in the life of the mankind, individually and corporately in the natural, as life stories of the men and women in the Bible were played out over a very long time. Then, He encoded the spiritual image of His plans and messages and what He envisioned as prophecies and Parables, superimposed on their life stories. YHVH our Father had His prophets record all His plans by the power of His own Spirit, in 66 books, written by at least 39 servants of His, over a time span of 1500 years or more, and has given us “the Bible” we have today.
Written Just For Us
Now, I would like you to bring your attention to this important fact — Before our generation, up until about 1611 AD, when King James Bible was officially published, there was not a complete Bible in English easily available as we know of today. And, I believe, for many other reasons, some of which I will mention later, that the final form of the Bible we have today was prepared particularly for us, the final generation. As far as I can tell from my own study, this Bible we have seems to be perfectly coordinated and all the books are intricately and prophetically connected. Some word choices vary depending on the versions, but I am talking about the structure of it. And, I say with great reverence and gratitude that It is an awesome privilege, honor, and predestined blessing (Rom 8:29-30; Eph 1:5, 11) to belong to this last generation.
Therefore, we must learn to read the Bible the way our Father meant for us, so that we can receive His Message written in it “just for us,” in the way He wants us to receive. The fact is that hints and key words are in plain sight, and it will not require a “secret” or “esoteric” knowledge of Kabbalah, or of those extra-biblical ancient Hebrew literatures. And, it is true that those who toil with such “worldly knowledge,” to no avail, do not have the Spirit of YHVH in them.
Matthew 13:10-11, 13
(10) And the disciples came and said to Him, “Why do You speak to them* in parables?” (11) He answered and said to them, “Because it has been given to you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them* it has not been given.
… (13) “Therefore I speak to them* in parables, because seeing they* do not see, and hearing they do not hear, nor do they* understand.
* “They” in this passage is mainly referring to “the sons of serpent,” which we will learn more about later.
You will also see when you proceed with reading the rest of the article that you will neither need a degree in biblical Hebrew or Greek, nor a special software to decipher so-called the “Bible Code.” If you already belong to YHVH and received His Spirit in you, all you need is a child-like mind, humble attitude, and the desire and zeal to know the Truth. Then, He will open up the mysteries to you in your own Bible.
(16) “But blessed are your** eyes for they see, and your** ears for they hear;
Of course, “you”**, in this verse is YOU. And, if it is written for you, He must have given you the spiritual ability to unlock the mysteries. This article is also purposed to help you get it activated.
Steps and Rationals
Next, allow me to quickly explain the “steps” and “rationals” of what we are about to do.
Natural vs. Spirit
This is a very important fact we need to keep in mind … that there are 2 different realms we must have going in our mind in order to understand Parables, and the Bible in General:
- In the natural
- In the spirit/parable (—> this is where the prophecies are)
Basically, the messages in the spiritual realm are superimposed on the natural part of the accounts in the Bible. In addition, the natural part of the story is often a “summary” or “highlights” of the reality.
Adam and Eve are proverbial man and woman. Just as we discussed in the previous chapter about the length of “a day” in the Creation account, it is not feasible to determine whether there were actually only two humans, male and female each, a certain length of time ago, which is called “in the beginning.” We do not know. If you try to figure this out and get caught up in it, you will go astray from the Bible Truth, because you are depending on the worldly wisdom. The wise of the world is foolishness to God (1Cor 3:19), and the worldly wisdom cannot decipher the biblical truths hidden in the Bible. (Matt 13:10-13). No, it cannot — The answer is in the Bible.
There might have been more than one male and one female, but we cannot possibly know that either. How many of them? and how were they created … etc.? … We do not know these things either. But, again, these are not relevant questions in the Bible study. We are not going there …
Well …, however; the evidence confirms, as we, billions of male and female human beings live today on earth, there must have been at least some, males and females, in the beginning. This, we know, or we would not be here. And, YHVH our Father created them … and that’s clear.
So, we can assume the following:
1. In the natural – Adam represent human males in the flesh; Eve, human females in the flesh.
The account is saying, “in the natural,” there were male and female human beings, at least one each, in the beginning of the human history.
Then, the next step is the key — we switch our mind to the spiritual realm, and ask, “How about in the spirit/parable realm … who do they represent?” We look at the same account with a set of spiritual eyes.
2. In the spirit/parable – Adam represent WHOM?; Eve represent WHOM?
In this article, this is what we want to know … what is being said “in the spiritual” realm.
It is the first step of deciphering a Parable, and actually, knowing whom Adam and Eve represent is the first step of understanding the entire biblical prophecies. It is true. And also, decoding Parables is essential in understanding the mysteries of the Kingdom of God, as Yeshua taught many Parables saying, “The kingdom of heaven is like …,” in the Gospel of Matthew (Matt 13:24; 13:31; 13:33; 13:44; 13:45; 13:47; 13:52; 18:23; 20:1; 22:2; 25:14). After reading through the Bible at least once, we must begin to read significant accounts like Adam and Eve with this Parable mind set.
So, now, the exact question we need to ask here, in order to receive the message, is “Whom or what do Adam and Eve represent spiritually and prophetically?” It is the same question as … “In whose image were they created?”
This is a new paradigm for many of you. Sometimes we cannot help but thinking the way we are used to, the traditional and literal ways. But, here, it is crucial that we leave what we think Adam and Eve were about and any traditional teaching on them at the door … right now. I would also like you to NOT imagine the artist renderings of the image of Adam and Eve. That is why there will be no picture or any art work of Adam and Eve in this article. Images are powerful deceivers too.
With Canonical Understanding
The last thing I would like to remind you before we meet Adam and Eve is to have the whole story of the Bible in the background of your mind to understand the Parables, when we are trying to interpret any one of them.
But, we cannot reference the whole Bible in this article. Therefore, some key verses will be referenced, but otherwise, the canonical plots will be summarized. Please, also read the account in your own Bible, and compare various translations if needed, to refresh your memories.
And, for those who have not read it, the eBook, “Why Yeshua Had To Die,” published in HTML on Olivet Journal, can tell you the whole story. It has the biblical summary of the whole plan of YHVH our Father for His people, meaning “us.” The interpretations of the Parable presented in this “Parables Decoded” series “perfectly” match the plan of our Father discussed in the eBook, confirming each other.
~ From now on, the main focus of the discussion is about 2. In the spirit/parable realm. ~
We will also discuss Adam and Eve “in the natural” when needed. But, when we do, it will be indicated as such.
Adam and Eve
Now, He created man, male and female, Adam and Eve, in His Image according to His plan He had had in the spiritual realm. And, He condensed His plans and message, and put them in seed, in the form of parables, in stories like that of Adam and Eve. And, the Bible says, they were the first of the mankind that appeared on earth.
So, in order for us to understand His spiritual plan and to find out what He predestined for the mankind, wouldn’t it be natural to think that we need to decipher His Parables about the first couple on earth, Adam and Eve … make sense? That is what we are after.
Who is Adam?
First … Who does Adam prophetically represent in the Parable?
And, this “in the Parable” is the key phrase. And we will get to that in a minute. But, first, we must get rid of the traditional mindset, and here is what I mean …
There are some possibilities when we think of who Adam may represent. When you think about traditional theological points of view and Apostle Paul’s teaching, you think of things that are said such as in Romans and 1 Corinthians; for example, Adam being the first man who fell, and Yeshua being the last Adam who is eternal .. etc. But, Paul’s interpretation of the Old Testament often talks about the “legal” aspects, as he used to be a Pharisee. Also, it is mainly about “sin” with an assumption that Adam caused every single human being to be sin ridden immediately one is born. But, who is Adam from a viewpoint of decoding a Parable prophetically? … is our question here… so, let us put Paul’s teaching aside for now and focus on finding who Adam may represent in the “Parable.” It is also important to be aware of the fact that the Father is revealing more mysteries for this end-time, which was not revealed to Paul. Remember also … Paul did not have the entire Bible as we do now.
Our Father reveals His mysteries and plans as events are unfolding and builds up as history. He reveals exactly what He wants, and only what He wants, at His timing. This is called, “progressive revelation,” and is clearly evident in the scripture.
(4) “But you, Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book until the time of the end; many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase.”
We are doing exactly that, running to and fro in the Bible trying to understand what is happening in the world right now. And, the knowledge of the mysteries of the Kingdom is certainly exponentially increasing as the Father is revealing to us. We know what Paul did not know and lot more than he knew 2000 years ago.
Apostle Paul himself had this understanding of “progressive revelation.”
(25) Now to Him who is able to establish you according to my gospel and the preaching of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the mystery kept secret since the world began (26) but now made manifest, and by the prophetic Scriptures made known to all nations, according to the commandment of the everlasting God, for obedience to the faith—
And, Apostle Peter also says that our Father did not reveal the meaning of the prophecies to the prophets who prophesied, but they prophesied for the future generations.
1 Peter 1:10-12
(10) Of this salvation the prophets have inquired and searched carefully, who prophesied of the grace that would come to you, (11) searching what, or what manner of time, the Spirit of Christ who was in them was indicating when He testified beforehand the sufferings of Christ and the glories that would follow. (12) To them it was revealed that, not to themselves, but to us they were ministering the things which now have been reported to you through those who have preached the gospel to you by the Holy Spirit sent from heaven–things which angels desire to look into.
We are the blessed generation indeed!
As the end is approaching rapidly, our Father is revealing so much to us, things even the Apostles of Yeshua did not know. And, what our Father is revealing to us now in this Parable of Adam and Eve is one of the end-time revelations, which we will learn in this article.
So, let us find out who Adam is in the Parable …
Here is the conclusion first:
Adam is prophetically representing Yeshua as the Son of God, the Co-Creator, and as the Messiah. All three functions of His. There is no question about it. After all, the entire Old Testament is about Him, the Messiah, who would come and fulfill the Word upon His First Coming, and upon His Second Coming as He revealed and promised when He came. Everything in the Old Testament “prophesied” Him and spoke of Him, and that begins from Genesis 1:1.
On the road to Emmanus, the resurrected Messiah Yeshua said the following to the two men who were totally confused about the whole events of His death and resurrection.
(44) Then He said to them, “These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms concerning Me.” (45) And He opened their understanding, that they might comprehend the Scriptures.
See … this is a “progressive revelation” in progress.
Yeshua our Messiah must be represented by “the first man” who appears in the Bible, and will be “the last” to appear at the end of the Bible, because — He is the first and the last (Is 41:4; 44:6; 48:12; Rev 1:11; 1:17; 2:8; 2:19; 22:13).
In addition, throughout the Old Testament, almost all of the main male characters in the Bible, such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, David, and more, represent Yeshua our Messiah, revealing many different aspects of His identity, works, the reasons why He came, and who He is and will be. However, it is “almost” all of them, but not literally all of them, because, in some Parables, some male characters represent YHVH our Father. And, sometimes the Father and the Son are interchangeable, depending on the purpose of the Parable … we will study these cases in the later chapters.
Now, to prepare you for the rest of the articles, please take a moment to learn how it is structured:
- We will follow the point by point parallel comparisons of Adam and Yeshua by the “allusions,” “key words,” and “key characteristics,” which identify Adam as a type of Yeshua the Messiah in this particular Parable. I will list only a few key scriptural references for each parallel characteristic, but please be aware that there are many more. And, after Adam, we will do the same for Eve, and both of them together.
- In addition, there will be some necessary and relevant discussions other than the Parable itself on the particular Discussion Point.
- Some verses of the account of Adam and Eve will be skipped in order to focus on the main storyline, and to avoid information overload.
- May be, this hint will also prepare your mind — Please think of Adam as being a miniature or earthly reflection of what would be fulfilled by the actual Messiah, Yeshua, in the future. It is as if the Father is using a stick figure as Adam and telling us the story being played out in a sand box, called earth.
Discussion Point 1: Adam is the first man created on earth <==> Yeshua is the first born of our Father in all of heaven and earth.
Well .. for the case of Adam, it is clear from the account of Genesis 1 through 3, is it not? He was the first man on earth. Agreed? OK.
I believe most of you would also agree that Yeshua was the first born of the Father. But, just to be complete, I will list the following for the case of Yeshua.
(1) In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. (2) He was in the beginning with God.
(16) “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
(15) He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation.
There … without a doubt.
These are the most famous scriptures. But, there are numerous prophetic references to the “first born” related to the Messiah figure in the Old testament. Nonetheless, it is almost a given understanding that Yeshua is the first born of the Father.
Discussion Point 2: For Adam, all things on earth were created, and Adam was the co-creator by naming and defining all the names of the animals the Father created <==> For Yeshua, and through Him and for Him all things in haven and earth were created, and He was the Co-Creator of all things.
(19) Out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the air, and brought them to Adam to see what he would call them. And whatever Adam called each living creature, that was its name. (20) So Adam gave names to all cattle, to the birds of the air, and to every beast of the field. But for Adam there was not found a helper comparable to him.
(15) He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. (16) For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers. All things were created through Him and for Him.
(27) When He prepared the heavens, I was there, When He drew a circle on the face of the deep, (28) When He established the clouds above, When He strengthened the fountains of the deep, (29) When He assigned to the sea its limit, So that the waters would not transgress His command, When He marked out the foundations of the earth, (30) Then I was beside Him as a master craftsman; And I was daily His delight, Rejoicing always before Him, (31) Rejoicing in His inhabited world, And my delight was with the sons of men.
Before I received the clear revelation that Adam was a “type” and “shadow” of the Messiah, I used to often wonder what this account of Adam naming the animals was about. One of the ways that have been taught is, for example, that God gave him the authority on earth and let Adam name the animals, but because he sinned, he lost the control of the animals .. etc. But, this teaching, and any other teaching, just sounded like a fairy tale to me, and it did not ring truth. Some New Age tinged Bible teachers would say that Adam had this superhuman abilities to know the nature and names of the animals before the fall, and even was able to communicate with animals in a form of telepathy, and again, he lost it because he sinned … so on. I mention these because I hear them all the time. These teachers apparently did not read the account as a Parable. Clearly, they are reading the account “in the natural” and filling up the gap with imaginations.
And, such creative stories used to dismay me, because my spirit did not find any peace. And I asked our Father to open up the Word to me, fervently and persistently. Then, not too long after I began my prayer campaign, I started suspecting that there was some kind of a “hint” or an “allusion” of a “spiritual truth” that is suggested by this account, and, which is prophetically meaningful. I started thinking that our Father was giving us hints for a mystery by this story. And, once I realized Adam was like a miniature Messiah in a sandbox called the Garden of Eden, it was not difficult to see that he was co-creating the animals, with the Father working “through” him and “for” him, just as Yeshua co-created heaven and earth … Ah-Hah!
We indeed have heard all kinds of fables, mysticism, allegories, and of course, many intentional lies about many Bible accounts. We must get rid of them from our mind and spirit, or could we at least lay them aside? … so that we can receive the Truth in their place.
Let us move on …
Discussion Point 3: Adam was created to keep and tend to the garden and the creatures in it <==> Yeshua is the begotten Son of God who will keep and tend to earth and the creatures, especially the man, in it.
Actually, I believe that Yeshua “was,” from the beginning, to be the Lord of all the earth. That was the plan of our Father.
Let us review the scriptures.
(28) Then God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”
(15) Then the LORD God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to tend and keep it.
(7) “I will declare the decree: The LORD has said to Me, ‘You are My Son, Today I have begotten You. (8) Ask of Me, and I will give You The nations for Your inheritance, And the ends of the earth for Your possession.
(6) For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
(18) And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth.
(16) And He has on His robe and on His thigh a name written: KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS.
He is the Lord of all the earth! Hallelujah!
Good. It is now firmly established that Adam represents Yeshua.
Who is Eve?
Please be aware that Adam’s wife is still not named yet at this point, until Genesis 3:20, to be exact. But, for now, she will be called “Eve,” “Adam’s wife,” and “woman” in this article.
I would like to cut to the chase and give my readers the conclusions first, as usual.
So, if Adam is a type of Messiah, then who would be his wife representing?
Simple … Eve represents “us,” the Bride of Messiah.
But, before we move on, I would like to debunk a heresy that involves Eve. It has been a favorite heresy of the false church to excessively blame Eve, as a literal person, for eating that fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and for making sinless Adam to eat it also. It is as if they were completely pure heavenly beings, but, Eve ruined it all. Poor Eve … She has been blamed with the crime of causing the entire mankind to fall in sin and being in this deprived state for almost 6000 years, therefore; sometimes, the entire woman gender has been blamed for her assumed gullible, foolish, and weak nature. That is quite a generalization, is it not? So, all women must carry the guilt of Eve’s crime, which did not occur? Sadly, some of us, female human beings, have internalized this guilt and still carry it in them. Pardon me, but let me assert … That is one of the biggest, the most fundamental, and the most abused heresies of this Age.
This heresy is solely based on the mis-interpretation of the account and taking the events as “literal,” and coming up with a false doctrine and false spiritual principles based on the account’s assumed meaning “in the natural.” In other words, it is based on the assumption that there was a male named, “Adam,” and a female named, “Eve,” as individuals and did literally as the account says, but, somehow, this couple also spiritually represented the whole human race and cause the sin to come upon them. You cannot mix up things of natural and of the spirit like this and call it a truth … but, that is what is happening here. In addition, when we walk into this wrong path, it will cause some of us to start “speculating” things like .. “May be the DNA was corrupted when Adam sinned, so the rest of the mankind is corrupt …” and more. I admit that I was one of the “some.” It could be possible, just may be … Paul used such words to talk about the state of sin. It is tempting and can be a fascinating endeavor to research it. But, it will never go beyond the level of speculation, and it will all be about the “worldly knowledge” (1Cor 3:18-20). I have not found an Parable that supports this “theory.” My research did not go anywhere due to the disinformation that saturated all Illuminati media outlets anyway, and quickly, I repented. When we pursue this wrong path, or any other worldly path, the end result will be that you have gone astray from the real meaning of the account, which is the message from our Father. Besides, the Parables in the Bible are not telling us about sin and corruptions as the main theme at all.
There was no original sin, and Adam did not sin …. you will see the proof here.
As we go through the following discussions, you will understand that the Bible is not about “man sinned and fell, therefore; need to be saved to go back to paradise.” No. “Sin and Repentance” is an important part of the story, but not the only thing or the whole, and we are not going back to Eden.
We are now getting back on track with Eve.
Eve = Woman = Israel = The Bride
Now, we have just learned that this account of the first couple on earth is not about Adam and Eve being two perfect heavenly beings committing “the original sin” and making every single human being a “sinner.” This and related doctrines are FALSE. The Bible is not about the story of “the sinners and the saved,” but is about “the Messiah and His Bride” from the beginning to the end. Also, the Bible is not a science fiction either, but it is the life story of this “Man and wife” expanding over 7000 prophetic years, which our Father gave us in writing. And, the core message it contains is what YHVH our Father had planned for “His Son and His Bride,” and how it would be accomplished.
Eve, the “woman” in this Parable, is the foreshadow of Israel as a people group (both males and females), but not only representing the Israel according to flesh in the Old Testament, but ultimately, representing the renewed and complete Bride of the Messiah, who is being prepared by the Father, now.
This is one of the most important key words in the Parable decoding, “woman.”
Please also note the following important facts about “woman” and related key words, which are essential in understanding the storyline that connects throughout the Bible:
The biblical Parables are made up of key words and foreshadow characters that are used to project the spiritual messages and represent someone, such as a people group, and also an event, a place, or a spiritual reality in the future, prophetically. And, throughout the Bible, the key word, “woman,” is most frequently used to mean the Nation of Israel, the House of Israel as a people group, and the Bride. And, “woman” does not represent any single female person, such as Mary the mother of Jesus (discussed more later). Depending on the context, the word, “woman,” could mean different people groups, and could also be the enemy of Israel, such as “daughters of Babylon.”
In addition, a “woman” could be in a form of other female figures, such as a “mother,” “daughter,” “sisters,” “wife,” “bride,” “virgin,” “harlot,” etc. Also, as the male characters are the types of the Messiah, female characters in the Bible are the types of the Bride of Messiah most of the time. One good example is the Samaritan woman in John 4, who is a prophetic type of the House of Israel, as it is detailed in a section of Part 3: The Lost Sheep of Israel – The Gospel.
Therefore, it is very important to pay attention to the key word, “woman,” and a female character that is significant in a Parable.
And, please make sure to also note that this “Nation of Israel” (Israel) is the spiritual and biblical Israel, the Bride of the Messiah, and should not be confused with the “State of Israel” (Zionist Israel), which is a carnal and false Israel. The Zionists have been trying to dupe us into believing that their false Israel is biblical and they are the House of Judah, and that we the House of Israel must support them as brothers. Do not be deceived. For further discussions on this topic, please read the articles under “Judaism and Kabbalah” category.
You will see more clearly that Eve represents the biblical Nation of Israel as we move along.
Discussion Point 4: Adam needed a comparable companion (helper) <==> Yeshua needed a comparable companion (helper).
(18) And the LORD God said, “It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him.”
The Father wanted His Son to have a comparable helper, His wife, who is represented by Adam’s wife in this Parable.
In the Bible, all the patriarchs had a beautiful wife. Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebekah, and Jacob, later Israel, had two: Leah and Rachel. May be a couple chapters later, I will write about the Parable of Leah and Rachel, but for now, I would like you to notice the pattern here.
And, all the major male characters in the Bible represent the Messiah. On a few occasions I know of, they represent the Father interchangeably. But when it comes to the accounts of them involving their wife, the male figures are always representing the Messiah. I believe you are beginning to see by now that the undercurrent story of the “man and wife” throughout the Bible. When the biblical accounts of a man and his wife are read as Parables, they are all about the Messiah and His Bride. You might have been some what aware of it, suspecting of it, or knew it, before you heard it here now. But, as you read along and study the Parables with us in this series, this pattern will become more and more apparent in your Bible study that you will be able to explain it to others. And, encoded in each Parable is “an aspect,” “a particular truth,” or “a snippet” of the story of the Messiah and His Bride, and how the Father planned to make it happen perfectly.
Yes, there is only “one” story in the Bible as the Parable in the spiritual realm, that is:
The Love Story of the Messiah and His Bride.
OK, we now know that Eve is a foreshadow of the Bride of Messiah … clear?
Why was Eve Created?
Discussion Point 5: For Adam, Eve was created from his flesh, just for him <==> For Yeshua, the Bride of the Messiah would be created from His flesh, just for Him.
(22) Then the rib which the LORD God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man. (23) And Adam said: “This is now bone of my bones And flesh of my flesh; She shall be called Woman, Because she was taken out of Man.”
From the previous section, Genesis 2:18, we learned why the Father had thought of creating a wife for Adam … as his “helper”; and He wanted His Son to have a comparable “helper” as well. That is why he created us … just for Him. We are now being refined and on our way to become “comparable” to Him. And, is it not such a special thing to create a wife from the flesh of the husband? How intimate and solid expression of a relationship it is. Then, they will become “one flesh” again. The Messiah and His Bride will be one.
Now, “how” the Bride would be created “from His flesh” will be explained more in the next section, so let us further explore here on “how special” His Bride will be for the Messiah.
(5) ‘Now therefore, if you will indeed obey My voice and keep My covenant, then you shall be a special treasure to Me above all people; for all the earth is Mine. (6) ‘And you shall be to Me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.’ These are the words which you shall speak to the children of Israel.”
(6) “For you are a holy people to the LORD your God; the LORD your God has chosen you to be a people for Himself, a special treasure above all the peoples on the face of the earth.
1 Peter 2:9
(9) But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light;
It is “YOU” that these scriptures are speaking of. You are Eve, the “Woman,” who was created from and for the Son, just for Him, predestined from before the foundation of the earth.
Do you see how special you are to Him? All the things the children of Israel, our forefathers, went through for thousands of years as we read in the Bible, were for this hour and just for us, so that we can learn the plan of our Father for us from the Parables they literally lived out. Of course, it is not the only reason, but Parable after Parable testifies that this is true — We are the last generation who will cross the Jordan with our Husband and become the true Hebrew, the “crossed over ones” or “ones from beyond,” just as the younger generation who were born in the wilderness followed Joshua, went “beyond the Jordan” (Deut 3:20; Jos 9:10; et al.), and will possess the spiritual land of Israel.
And, this Parable of Adam and Eve is the very first of all the Parables of “a man and his wife (or wives),” and it defines some of the most important “key words” and “code words” for the entire Bible through the very end, the Book of Revelation. So, understanding this first Parable is extremely important and imperative for deciphering and receiving the messages from the rest of the Parables, as well as prophecies in general … and especially, the prophecies of the Last Days.
By the way, did you know what actually happened on Mount Sinai where the first Covenant was established between YHVH their God and the children of Israel? What happened in Exodus 19 was a marriage between YHVH and the children of Israel (Part 4: “Messiah’s Marriage and Divorce”), represented by Eve here in Genesis. Then, how can we tell it was “the Son” who came down and married the Israelites on Mount Sinai? It only says “the LORD” who came down and spoke to them through Moses. It is kind of confusing, because, throughout the Bible, YHVH (the “LORD” in most of the English translations) is interchangeably used to mean both God the Father and the Son (“Part 1: “Deity of Yeshua”).
Well, based on what we can decipher from this particular Parable, we can conclude, and can be pretty sure, that it was “the Son” who came down and married the Israelites.
Here is the verse within this Parable of Adam and Eve that gives us a hint that it was YHVH “the Son” who came to earth and married His people:
(24) Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.
This verse is about Yeshua’s leaving His Father in Heaven, coming to earth, taking all the sin upon Himself so that He would be able to take His Bride and become “one flesh.” As a matter of fact, the account of this first marriage in Exodus 19 is another Parable which prophesies the 3000-year period after His First Coming (2000 years plus the Millennium), and the final marriage between the Son and His Bride (2000 Year Gap Ref.). But, the first Covenant also happened in the natural, and they were officially married back in the wilderness. YHVH the Son was with them. Again, this verse, just one verse, contains the prophecy for the next 6000 years as well. It has not been completed quite yet, but as the whole story of the Bible goes, we are almost there.
How Will Eve Be Made?
According to what I have learned and written in the article, “Part 4: Messiah’s Marriage and Divorce,” the first marriage with our forefathers ended in divorce (Is 54:5; Jer 3:8; 3:1; et al.) … What happened? … They committed adultery. Many of the Israelites never gave up the gods of Egypt, even after the golden calf incident (Ex 32:1-35), throughout the time of wilderness (Amo 5:25-27; Acts 7:43), and continued to worship them for generation after generation. Long-suffering YHVH their God warned them through His prophets over and over, also literally by sending enemies, they never completely repented. Finally, due to the House of Israel’s relentless rebellions, He divorced her. Just as written in Deuteronomy 24:1, He gave His wife a “certificate of divorce” and sent her out of His house …
But, as He spoke though Prophet Hosea and had him record, YHVH had a plan. He promised that He would sow them in the world and harvest them, and when He does, He will redeem them and remarry them as a new Bride. Hosea married a harlot, had three children, named Jezreel (“God will sow”), Lo-Ruhamah (“no longer have mercy”), and Lo-Ammi (“no longer My people”), prophesying the fate of the House of Israel (Hosea 1). But, the Father told him to “Go again ..” (Hosea 3:1), and Hosea went looking for his estranged wife, still committing sexual immorality, and redeemed her; just as He told His Son to “Go again …” and find His wife still in sin, and marry her again. This Hosea’s life itself is yet another Parable foretelling the final plan: Redemption of the final generation by the Messiah. Please take time to read the article, “Hosea Chapter 1: The Story of the Lost Sheep,” which discusses this important truth and the final plan in depth.
Also explained in the article, “Messiah’s Marriage and Divorce,” is “how” the Messiah will be able to “legally” remarry His divorced wife. And, it will be by dying and being resurrected; and a truth is that legally remarrying His wife is the most important reason why He had to die. All the other reasons for Him dying on the cross hang on this very reason — so that he could re-marry His “renewed” and “complete” Bride, who has been cleansed of sin, and whom He had once divorced.
This is also one of the new revelations our Father would like us to receive and understand at this hour.
This divorce and renewed marriage part is not clear in the Parable of Adam and Eve, because it is more focused on the final resolution, the Messiah’s death and resurrection, which will ultimately cause His Bride to be redeemed and perfected.
However, when we examine this verse, Genesis 2:24, with the knowledge of the rest of the Bible, you realize that this amazing amount of information (discussed in the three paragraphs above) is packed in just one verse, like a future tree is somehow packed in a seed.
In the next point of discussion, we will see the “foreshadow” of the plan of the Father for all that we have just discussed, all in a Parable.
Discussion Point 6: Adam went into “deep sleep,” and from his “side,” Eve was created while he was asleep, and when he woke up, there was his wife to be, “a woman” <==> Yeshua “died,” He was pierced in the “side,” after He died, and He woke up from the “sleep”*. Then, by the blood** and water*** that came out of His side, His cleansed and renewed Bride to be, a “woman,” was created.
*sleep: ‘death’ is often called ‘sleep’ in the Bible as in Jn 11:11; Lk 8:52; et al.
**blood: cleansing of sin.
***water: ‘the Word,’ ‘Living Water,’ ‘born of water’ (Jn 3:5).
The creation of Eve, Adam’s bride, is a foreshadow of the Bride of the Messiah being created from His flesh and blood … I will explain more.
Now, the following are the passages that are related to this discussion:
(21) And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept; and He took one of his ribs*, and closed up the flesh in its place. (22) Then the rib which the LORD God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.
(33) But when they came to Jesus and saw that He was already dead**, they did not break His legs. (34) But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear, and immediately blood and water came out.
The following statement of Yeshua may be alluding to this same truth.
(5) Jesus answered, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. (6) “That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.
You are beginning to see the parallel now.
Adam, then, prophesies this future event, which will be fulfilled by the Messiah to come and His Bride. We have read the verse earlier, but will look into it a little deeper here.
(23) And Adam said:
“This is now bone of my bones And flesh of my flesh; She shall be called Woman***, Because she was taken out of Man***.”
The word, “rib*,” צֵלָע (‘tselah’) <H6763> also means “side.” Adam’s being asleep and cut in his side is a case of prophetic allusion that reflects the future event where the Messiah would be pierced in His side after giving up His Spirit** to the Father, which would result in His renewed and ultimate Bride being created from His blood and water. The Father’s causing Adam to fall into “a deep sleep,” from which he would of course eventually wake up, is an unmistakable prophetic picture of the Father’s causing His Son to die (fall into a deep sleep) and to be resurrected (being awaken from the deep sleep). And, I believe, the phrase, “closed up the flesh in its place” in Adam, also means the Restoration of Yeshua’s body and the Resurrection.
And, when Yeshua woke up … the 2000-year process of the completion of His Bride began by the Blood and the Water!
Adam falling into a deep sleep waking up ::: Yeshua dying and being resurrected
and the Father brings the complete Bride to His Son.
Genesis 2:21-22 is a prophecy of the entire salvation plan.
(21) And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept; and He took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh in its place. (22) Then the rib which the LORD God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.
The final plan was told from the very beginning.
“Declaring the end from the beginning ..” (Is 46:10).
I would like to show you one beautiful example of the prophetic parallel to this account.
Now, Mary Magdalene ran to the tomb on the third day:
(11) But Mary stood outside by the tomb weeping, and as she wept she stooped down and looked into the tomb. (12) And she saw two angels in white sitting, one at the head and the other at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain. (13) Then they said to her, “Woman, why are you weeping?” She said to them, “Because they have taken away my Lord, and I do not know where they have laid Him.” (14) Now when she had said this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, and did not know that it was Jesus. (15) Jesus said to her, “Woman, why are you weeping? Whom are you seeking?” She, supposing Him to be the gardener, said to Him, “Sir, if You have carried Him away, tell me where You have laid Him, and I will take Him away.” (16) Jesus said to her, “Mary!” She turned and said to Him, “Rabboni!” (which is to say, Teacher).
Ah … one of my favorite moments in the Bible!
In the beginning, when Adam woke up, there was Eve, a “woman”; in this passage, when Yeshua was resurrected, there was a “woman” who would be the Bride, represented by Mary Magdalene.
Then, the tone of the story shifts. There appears a third character in the scene, the serpent. The story is about to take a brisk turn with this ominous new presence.
But, before we move on to this thrilling part of the story, we need to pause … a good long pause.
The account continues on to Genesis Chapter 3, but the Parable does not. Now, allow me to explain a little bit about how Parables are structured … Please keep this in mind that you often find a few short Parables in one biblical account, one overlapping a little with the previous scene, layered like a cascade. And, that is also the way prophecies are written from Genesis to Revelation, except probably the Epistles of the New Testament in between. If you have studied the Revelation Timeline (article; video) with me, it clearly shows this pattern. The Book of Revelation is a book of prophecy (Rev 22:7; 22:10; 22:18; 22:19).
I would like you to envision the structures of the Parable with me now — There is this one layer of prophecy of the salvation, death and resurrection, which resulted in the creation of Adam’s complete wife. It is a complete story in itself. We have just learned that. And, that is actually “the end” of the story. The complete bride was given to Adam, prophesying that the complete Bride of His will be given to the Messiah. Let us call this “Prophecy (#1).”
But, now, on that layer of the Prophecy (#1), here comes another layer of Prophecy (#2), starting with the appearance of the serpent, which explains how the previous prophecy will be fulfilled. So, the Prophecy (#2) is filling the details of Prophecy (#1). It is sort of like the actual stuffing, or the content, of the story being fit into the frame work of the entire story, which only told the beginning and the end.
- Prophecy (#1): The beginning – Salvation (Death & Resurrection, the Complete Bride) – Gen 2:21-22
- Prophecy (#2): The Serpent and Sin of the Bride – Gen 3:1-7
It appears as if there is a set back … does it not? But, this is a typical pattern of biblical prophecies. The second prophecy is filling the gap in between beginning and the end, telling us “how” it will be done.
This metaphor may help — The first prophecy went super Fast Forward to “The End” of the movie … so it was Rewinded … and being played at a much slower speed, so that we can see what really happened in between. And, it will go “scene by scene” from now on … and that’s how the Bible story is being told.
So, there are more mini prophecies to follow giving more details and filling the gaps in the frame work of the main storyline. And, furthermore, there are also many more prophecies of the same event to build up on it, continuing on in Genesis and in other books of the Bible. We need to put the pieces of the puzzle together to get a more complete picture of the over all prophecy.
Now, applying it to the Parable we are studying …, it was first told in Genesis 2:21-22 that the Messiah will die and be resurrected, and He will receive the complete Bride. But, when the serpent appears, it begins to tell us what will happen before the Bride would be perfected, there is something that must occur. And, It is a significant “BUT” there.
“The Father creates a perfect wife for Adam, BUT, before she is perfect, the ‘following’ must happen.”
Sin of the Bride
Discussion Point 7: Adam’s wife, Eve, commits sin being seduced by Satan <==> Yeshua’s Bride, Israel, commits sin being seduced by Satan, which is idolatry (harlotry).
This time, instead of listing the references here, we will go directly to the Discussion Point No. 8, since the next point of discussion is seamlessly included in the same account. Please keep in mind that these events are prophesying two independent future events, and in between, there is about 1500 years of a time gap.
OK, now, Eve sinned … and, let us see what Adam would do about it.
Discussion Point 8: Adam willingly take the sin of His wife by eating the fruit, and dies with her <==> Yeshua willingly takes on His wife’s sin and dies for her.
Here is the passage. And, the event progresses from the Discussion Point No. 7 to No. 8 in the middle of verse 6 (I placed a space where it shifts):
[No. 7 ] (1) Now the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said to the woman, “Has God indeed said, ‘You shall not eat of every tree of the garden’?” (2) And the woman said to the serpent, “We may eat the fruit of the trees of the garden; (3) “but of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God has said, ‘You shall not eat it, nor shall you touch it, lest you die.’ ” (4) Then the serpent said to the woman, “You will not surely die. (5) “For God knows that in the day you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” (6) So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree desirable to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate. …
[No. 8] … She also gave to her husband with her, and he ate. (7) Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together and made themselves coverings.
Have you ever wondered why Adam ate the fruit, when he did not have to? There is no explanation for this act of Adam in the Bible. But, when you see it as a Parable and a prophecy, It all makes sense … Adam took her “sin” on himself by eating the fruit, just as the Messiah would in the future. Adam ate it, the same fruit, without committing the act of sin himself, and he took the same punishment as Eve, which she would have had to take by herself.
It is a foreshadow of the future event where the Messiah, the Husband, dying for the harlot wife who committed the sin of idolatry. The Messiah would take all the sin upon Himself, without committing any sin … a perfect parallel.
It is told in many other places of the Bible.
(14) “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up,
(32) “And I, if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all (peoples)* to Myself.”
* The word, “peoples” or “men,” is in parentheses here because it was a word added in the process of translation. It is not there in the original Greek. Considering the rest of the canonical contextual understanding, this “all” was probably meant to be all “sin.”
Here are some more scriptures, which confirm the fact that He bore our sin on the cross.
(5) But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement for our peace was upon Him, And by His stripes we are healed.
(13) Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, having become a curse for us (for it is written, “Cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree”),
2 Corinthians 5:21
(21) For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.
1 Peter 2:24
(24) who Himself bore our sins in His own body on the tree, that we, having died to sins, might live for righteousness–by whose stripes you were healed.
There are many more ….
Yeshua was sinless, just like Adam, but willingly took our sin upon Himself … but not “for all people” like we have been falsely taught. It is unequivocal from our study so far that the key word, “woman,” means His wife, Israel, and does not mean all people, or some group of good-behaving people. That is evidently an ideology of this false doctrine, universalism*, having been snuck into in the process of translation. (* a doctrine of universal reconciliation, meaning, all sinful and alienated human souls, because of divine love and mercy, will ultimately be reconciled to God. Those who advocate this false doctrine often ask, “How can a loving God send anyone to hell?” to put a doubt in your mind. Sounds familiar?)
This Parable of Adam and Eve is saying one thing ever so clearly that He would die only for His wife, the Renewed Bride to be. And, it does not mean whosoever can become His Bride, because Israel was the wife who was created just for the Son from the beginning. Furthermore, as He had promised in the Bible many times, He died for His divorced wife to remarry her (Hosea 1 article).
It was also unmistakably declared by Yeshua our Messiah Himself in the Gospel of Matthew.
(24) But He answered and said, “I was not sent except to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”
The key words for this group of people are many, such as “the lost sheep,” “the ten tribes,” “the lost tribes,” “the Gentiles,” “the seed that were sown into the field,” “the Bride of Christ,” and more. We will learn more about that in the chapters to follow. Then, what about the House of Judah? … you may ask. Well, it is rather a complicated matter to discuss here, and will be for a future project. But, the entire eBook, “Why Yeshua Had To Die,” and especially Part 2 through 5, is dedicated to biblically establish the truth of the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel and explain how we will be reunited with Judah.
What was the Sin?
It is also told in 11 verses of the first chapter of the Book of Hosea (“Hosea Chapter1 article”). It is an amazing chapter to study. And, when you read the commentaries I wrote on the chapter, you will also find an in-depth discussion on this parallelism:
“Adam = Yeshua” and “Eve = Israel”
In the following discussion, the name, “Eve,” is used to represent “woman” who prophetically means future “Israel,” the Bride of Messiah, to simplify the terminology.
And, in addition to this and many other truths I discuss in the article, I reach a conclusion that the sin which Eve committed in the natural realm was also an adultery, a sexual sin. It is based on this undeniable “Eve = Israel” parallelism, and the fact that idolatry is considered to be an adultery throughout the Bible. Israel’s sin was adultery, a sexual immorality, called idolatry, while she was married to YHVH their God. It is also a fact that Paganism and Kabbalah (which have the same origin), into which the apostate Israelites were seduced by the Canaanites and all the surrounding peoples, were the religions that worship sexuality, fertility, and male and female genitals. And, it continues to be the same to this day (“What is Kabbalah?”).
We have learned earlier that the establishment of the Old Covenant on Mount Sinai was their marriage contract. Then, this means that the wife broke the Contract Item No. 1, 2, and 7:
Exodus 20:3-5, 14
(3) “You shall have no other gods before Me. (4) “You shall not make for yourself a carved image—any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; (5) you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. … (14) “You shall not commit adultery.
This is the same as a husband saying to his wife that you must not love, serve, and/or sleep with any other man but me. Well …, it is simply reasonable and understood agreement in any marriage, is it not? And, on top of it here, it is a commandment from their God.
Therefore, when she was not faithful to Him, YHVH the Son divorced his wife justly, and sent her out of His house.
(1) “When a man takes a wife and marries her, and it happens that she finds no favor* in his eyes because he has found some uncleanness in her, and he writes her a certificate of divorce, puts it in her hand, and sends her out of his house,
This “uncleaness” was interpreted by Yeshua, Himself, as “sexual immorality.”
(32) “But I say to you that whoever divorces his wife for any reason except sexual immorality causes her to commit adultery; and whoever marries a woman who is divorced commits adultery.
In addition, YHVH did say “favor*” was no longer upon them.
(11) When its boughs are withered, they will be broken off; The women come and set them on fire. For it is a people of no understanding; Therefore He who made them will not have mercy on them, And He who formed them will show them no favor*.
The letter of His own law was exactly followed, and Israel was divorced.
Well … do you see that Eve’s sin was prophesying this future event? If not, what else could it have been foretelling? May be … Israel was going to eat a bad fruit from a wrong tree? …. Actually, that is exactly what Israel did: Idolatry. The “fruit” represents the “sin” itself. This was the Eve’s action, an adultery, the Parable was foretelling. It is not only reasonable, but also natural and inevitable, that we conclude the sin Eve committed “in the natural” was sexual; and “in the spirit” realm, it is prophesying the future sin of Israel.
Well, now, one might wonder … an adulterous act must involve a partner who is not one’s spouse, of course. We will discuss this further under the next discussion point, presenting more biblical evidence for the nature of Eve’s sin, and what really happened. Parables tell us stories of both spiritual and natural realms, indeed.
One quick visual reinforcement before we move on. Please take a look at the comparison table from the Hosea Chapter 1 article to confirm the parallelism.
Let us move on to the next scene.
And now, the Parable says that Adam and Eve went hiding among the trees being ashamed.
(9) Then the LORD God called to Adam and said to him, “Where are you?” (10) So he said, “I heard Your voice in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; and I hid myself.”
Then, they confess their sin to their God.
(11) And He said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree of which I commanded you that you should not eat?” (12) Then the man said, “The woman whom You gave to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I ate.” (13) And the LORD God said to the woman, “What is this you have done?” The woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.”
Now, please … Adam did not blame Eve for deceiving him or coercing him to eat the fruit. Remember, this is a Parable. We must get rid of the idea of “man and wife” soap opera scenario that is often preached on this account. That is so carnal. “Adam and Eve” is not about human man and his wife and their human drama. But, it is a Parable that carries the message of our Father. Adam was not a push-over husband or was not controlled by his wife. It is not that he said, “It was all her fault,” that he had eaten the fruit. We cannot interpret Parables or biblical accounts by looking at them through the filter of our world view, or our personal experience.
Eve’s giving the fruit to Adam is reflecting the future event where the Bride is giving her sin to her Messiah. So, he “ate” it willingly.
Paraphrasing what Adam said prophetically ….
“The woman you gave me, My Bride, gave Me her sin, so I took and bore it.”
Make sense? … And, when Eve said to the Father, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate,” she was prophetically confessing her sin to Him.
Next, the judgments are being announced, and many more future events are prophesied, which will fill the gap in between the beginning and the end even more.
Discussion Point 9: Adam and Eve, and the serpent, were given the judgment <==> Yeshua and His Bride, and Satan, were given the prophecies for the rest of this Age until the final judgment.
There are so many prophecies absolutely packed in the account of Adam and Eve. Literally, each sentence or clause, separated by semi-colons in NKJV, and by colons in KJV, is a full prophecy. It is not possible to cover all in one article. Therefore, in this section, we will skip the first part of the judgment and focus on the prophecies for the “woman,” and the relation between her and the serpent, which are the main themes of this article.
And, this part is the Prophecy (#3), which is superimposed upon Prophecies (#1) and (#2).
- Prophecy (#1): The beginning – Salvation (Death and Resurrection, and the Complete Bride) – Gen 2:21-22
- Prophecy (#2): The Serpent and Sin of the Bride – Gen 3:1-7
- Prophecy (#3): The Judgment (How it ends) – Gen 3:15-16
YHVH is speaking to the serpent now …
(15) And I will put enmity Between you and the woman,
And between your seed and her Seed;
He shall bruise your head,
And you shall bruise His heel.”
(16) To the woman He said:
“I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception;
In pain you shall bring forth children;
Your desire shall be for your husband,
And he shall rule over you.”
In verse 15 (Gen 3:15), “you” means the serpent, and the “woman,” represented by Eve, is the biblical Nation of Israel in making, and it is the spiritual Israel throughout this Age (6000 years). And, as we have learned, a Parable also represents a reality in the natural.
Hence, in the natural, “her seed” means the seed of Israel, the descendants of Jacob …. us.
Makes perfect sense …
Now, I will not go into it too much to avoid losing track of the theme of this article. But I must mention this traditional false teaching on this verse.
That is to teach that this “woman” is the mother of Yeshua by flesh, Mary, and “her seed” is therefore Yeshua alone. And, those teachers always stumble upon the explanation of phrase “her seed” because a woman, of course, cannot have seed. The word, “seed,” means in the Bible, “sperm” and “patrilineal descendants” in both Hebrew <H2233> and Greek <G4690>. I am sure you have heard all kinds of explanations to explain this away, including the claim that “her seed” implies the future virgin birth of the Messiah … Umm … honestly, and personally, I struggle to wrap my mind around it.
Again, the key word, “woman,” prophetically has nothing to do with an actual female individual in flesh*, such as Mary the mother of Yeshua. She did not have seed, and if the seed of YHVH was put in her by the Holy Spirit as they say, then it was not her seed, was it?
*But, the opposite is possible. That is … an actual female character can play the role of the prophetic term, “woman,” in a Parable, such as in the case of Mary Magdalene who represented the “woman” in the resurrection scene. But, in the Bible, a key word does not point to an actual person in flesh, an individual, UNLESS, it is prophetically speaking of the Father, or Yeshua our Messiah. And, there are a few more exceptions, such as the key words for the Two Witnesses, Satan, the Anti-Christ, and the False Prophet, who are individuals. But in these cases, their individual names are not indicated. They are prophetic titles.
Many things in the Bible simply cannot be interpreted as literal without resorting to some science fiction type plots, New Age fantasies, or Kabbalah mysticism, and it is because the Bible is written in Parables. It has been my personal experience that, when the interpretation is in sync with the Spirit, my own spirit is in peace; but when it is not, grieved. I was indeed so puzzled by this “her seed” phrase because it did not give me the peace … but when I saw the entire account as a Parable, I was finally able to breathe.
However, there is an important point to mention in relation to this. Please make sure to note that Yeshua is also one of “her seed,” an Israelite of the Tribe of Judah, and ultimately the One who defeats the enemy, who has been against us throughout the Age, and takes us home. There is a firm prophetic solidarity between Him and us.
And, then … what does “your seed,” which is supposed to be in enmity with “her seed,“ mean? “You” in this verse means the serpent .. correct? YHVH is speaking to the serpent in Genesis 3:15.
Applying the rules of deciphering the Parable consistently, if the “woman” meant the Nation of Israel, and “her seed” (‘the seed of woman’) meant the actual descendants of Jacob/Israel “in the natural,” which we have so far established. Then, there must be descendants of the serpent also “in the natural” … correct? So, “your seed” here in this verse means the descendants of the serpent (‘the seed of serpent’) according to the flesh.
We all know that “the serpent,” means Satan, the devil, the dragon of old.
(9) So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.
I think we can be pretty sure we are talking about the same delinquent angel, are we not? So, the parable is saying that this serpent, aka. Satan, has his descendants, and they have been in enmity with us, the descendants of Jacob/Israel … Did you know?
OK …., then, was there Mrs. Satan? … not that the Bible talks about. And, all the angels that are talked about in the Bible are male. But, he had to have an affair with a female to have his descendants … so, who could it have been? … Yes … it had to be a human female(s). And, the only female there was in the account, was Eve, representing the human female(s) “in the natural.”
Remember this verse?
(4) There were giants on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.
We can debate endlessly about whether or not angles can have sexual relations with human female, and then can even have offspring, and etc. But, it is not explained in the Bible. It just says it happened, and there were giants (the Nephilim) … so it happened. Then, would that be possible that, when Satan beguiled Adam’s wife and had a sexual relation with her, she became pregnant with his child, his seed? In the natural, the most likely scenario would be that Satan sowed his seed among the human female. It did probably and literally happen, and is implied in this Parable of the beginning. I am even certain of it by now after having studied the Bible with this question in mind. There is an undeniable trail of evidence throughout the scripture.
The following is a true statement:
The Bible is written in parables, not literally;
but the prophecies they speak of have and will literally come to pass.
And, actually, the entire Bible, through and through, is all about this enmity between “the seed of serpent” and “the seed of woman.” And at the end, He/we will win, bruising his/their head. That is what Genesis 3:15 is prophesying. If not, who are those enemies who seduced Israelites to go astray by idolatry, and/or attacked and destroyed them? And, who would be the ones who are deceiving the whole world including Christians, the seed of Jacob/Israel, even now? Are they just “bad people” or “non-believers?” Then, why would YHVH their God command Moses and Joshua to kill all the Amalekites and the Canaanites, including children?
Our Father, the Creator of all things, “the righteous and the wicked” or “the deceived and the deceivers” (Job 12:16), uses the enemies of Israel to test, refine, and chastise His people. And, for example, the king of Assyria and the king of Babylonian are two of the many types of the Anti-Christ, the most famous seed of serpent. And, this Parable is also testifying that the enemies are “the seed of serpent.”
And, after the divorce of the House of Israel in 722 BC, and the destruction of Jerusalem and disperse of the House of Judah in 70 AD, our forefathers were scattered into the world among the seed of serpent, just as our Father had declared.
(27) “Behold, the days are coming, says the LORD, that I will sow the house of Israel and the house of Judah with the seed of man and the seed of beast*;
(6) “And you, son of man, do not be afraid of them nor be afraid of their words, though briers and thorns* are with you and you dwell among scorpions*; do not be afraid of their words or dismayed by their looks, though they are a rebellious house.
* “seed of beast,” “briers and thorns,” “scorpions” are also the key words for the seed of serpent.
Let me also remind you the biblical fact that YHVH repeatedly, and almost incessantly, commanded the children of Israel not to mingle and intermarry with the peoples of surrounding nations, especially the Canaanites, the Hittites, etc? I believe that is reflected in the command by YHVH to Adam and Eve saying that do not eat the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. This seems to imply the warning against the idolatry and genetic mixing, both.
Mother of All Living
Getting back on the main theme, let us remind ourselves of the predicament Eve was in. She was probably pregnant with the seed of serpent. It is hinted by the Parable as the following.
In the Parable, Adam’s wife was first named “Eve” חַוָּה <H2332>, meaning “mother of all living,” in Genesis 3:20, AFTER the sin and the announcement of the judgments.
(20) And Adam called his wife’s name Eve, because she was the mother of all living.
She was pregnant already with the seed of serpent, and will be the mother of the seed of Adam later, therefore; the mother of “all living.” This phrase, “all living,” must mean both “the seed of serpent” and “the seed of Adam.” And, please notice that it is not “all man,” but “all living.” “Adam” אָדָם <H120> means “man” or “mankind.” Accordingly, when the word, “man” as in “mankind,” is collectively* used in the Bible, must be the descendants of Adam only, full human and not hybrid, and the seed of serpent are not included. The term “all living” encompasses “man” and “all hybrids that have human genes,” even the Nephilim.
*Exceptions: When talking about certain individual serpent seed, he could be called, “this man,” “a man from this town,” “an evil man,” and so on. It is because the usage of the term, “man,” is not collective and not referring to the “mankind.”
We also read five verses later, in Genesis 4:1, Adam first “knew” Eve as his wife. The child she was pregnant with at the time of her naming was probably of the serpent, and it was before she had the first relation with Adam in the Parable … or may be the relation that would result in her pregnancy with Abel. The Parable does not say. But, in Genesis 4:25, it says, “ … Adam knew his wife again, …” So, it probably means an incident of sexual relation.
Nonetheless, the first child with whom she was pregnant must have been a seed of serpent.
Here is a Parable that confirms Satan’s sowing seed among the human females, called “Eve.”
(24) Another parable He put forth to them, saying:
“The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field; (25) “but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares* among the wheat** and went his way. (26) “But when the grain had sprouted and produced a crop, then the tares also appeared. (27) “So the servants of the owner came and said to him, ‘Sir, did you not sow good seed in your field? How then does it have tares?’ (28) “He said to them, ‘An enemy has done this.’ The servants said to him, ‘Do you want us then to go and gather them up?’ (29) “But he said, ‘No, lest while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. (30) ‘Let both grow together until the harvest, and at the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, “First gather together the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn.” ‘ “
*“Tares” are the sons of serpent (“your seed”); **“Wheat” are the sons of man (“her seed”). This parable also explains the Father’s plan for us to live among them (Jer 31:27; Ez 2:6) , until the end time harvest and judgment.
The Bible defines only one enemy of us: The seed of serpent …, and it is literal. And there was only one mother for all living, Eve, human females. And, note this … that this Parable in Matthew’s Gospel confirms that they are still among us until the final harvest.
Now, some of you might be going in and out of the natural realm and the spiritual realm, wondering if it really happened in the actual sense … Yes, it is a Parable and is prophesying that “woman” (Israel) will sin in the future, but again, the rest of the Bible testifies that there is a bloodline of the serpent according to the flesh. So, it happened in the natural as well. My research on this truth is still continuing, but for those who are curious about the biblical evidence of the “seed of serpent,” I am listing just a few of the numerous scriptures there are in the Footnotes section below. In addition, my impressions on the non-biblical books on the serpent seed I have read is also listed there. (Footnotes)
Let me remind you again …
The Bible is written in parables, not literally;
but the prophecies they speak of have and will literally come to pass.
And, the Parables are the keys to the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven.
We have to move on to verse 16 without getting into the details of the serpent seed, and who they are today. It is a different kind of study from parable decoding, but it is absolutely an essential topic for us to pursue all by itself. In the next chapter of this series, which will cover the Parable of Cain and Abel, I plan to touch on the sequence of this storyline.
And, to briefly mention, the possible prophetic meaning of “mother of all living” for the future has not been revealed to me yet, if in fact He actually had the mystery hidden in it. I do not know if it means that Israel will be the mother of all living in the far future beyond the time frame which is discernible in the Bible. At least, within the Bible we have now, there is no hint or allusion I have been able to find yet, but it is possible. We can only understand what our Father reveals.
Now, as we move on to the next verse, it will be even further confirmed that the sin the “woman” committed was not as innocent as eating an apple.
In verse 16 (Gen 3:16), in the first half, God our Father says, “I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception; In pain you shall bring forth children.”
This curse was placed upon both in the natural and in the spirit, which means upon both actual females of the mankind and Israel. As a prophecy, it is saying that Israel will have a severe birth pang in giving birth to her Messiah.
There are many more confirming Parables and prophecies, such as in the account of the death of Rachel giving birth to Benjamin, which is actually a Parable foretelling the birth of “Son of Sorrow” (“ben oni”) upon His First Coming (Is 53:3; et al.), whose name would be later changed to “Son of My Right Hand” (“ben yamin“) by His Father upon His Ascension and His Second Coming ( Ex 15:6; Ps 45:4; Is 9:6; Ps 110:1; Mk 12:36; Mk 14:62; et al.). Here is the account: Genesis 35:16-20.
In addition, the birth pang of Israel as a people is also prophetically embedded in the Book of Isaiah, in Chapters 40 through about 52, then in Chapter 53, you see the Messiah being vividly depicted as the “Man of Sorrow and Affliction,” which is a prophecy of His first coming and death. Israel, especially the House of Judah, surely did labor in great pain birthing her Messiah, did she not? The theme of “barren woman” and “woman in labor pain” are about Israel. And, Israel giving birth to her Messiah is also described as a “woman” giving birth to a “male child” in Revelation.
(1) Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a garland of twelve stars. (2) Then being with child, she cried out in labor and in pain to give birth.
There, the key word, “woman,” again connected Parables, prophesying the birth pang which Israel would have in the birth of her Messiah. A key word in Genesis 3 connected the Parables written in Genesis 35, Isaiah 40 through 53, and Revelation 12 … throughout the Bible. This confirms the correct key word definition for the “woman” we came up with in Genesis 3. There are many more Parables to be connected by “woman” as well.
Now, is the following parallel point clear to you?:
Eve’s birth pang for her sexual sin ::: Israel’s birth pang for her idolatry
(Adultery) ::: (Adultery)
It now sounds more like the punishment fitting the crime, does it not? Otherwise, sever birth pangs as the punishment for eating a fruit from the forbidden tree in disobedience … to me, it is a “cruel and unusual” punishment. It is also way out of character of the God we call Father. Our Father is sovereign and can do, and does, anything according to His pleasure, but He always has a good and logical reason for everything, and everything He does is meaningful and not random: all planned.
(7) Surely the Lord GOD does nothing, Unless He reveals His secret to His servants the prophets.
Then, the ultimate punishment coming up next: Exile. Well, but … it was actually the Father’s merciful and perfect plan to complete the preparation of the Bride of His beloved Son. The truth is that it was not simply a punishment, but was for our learning and training, so that we will be worthy of the honor.
Discussion Point 10: Eve will be exiled from the garden, with her husband, Adam <==> Israel will be exiled from their promised land for their sin, and her Husband will go with her.
This is the conclusion of the Parable of Adam and Eve. They are exiled from the garden, the safe place, where they lived under the direct protection of YHVH the Father, which is the foreshadow of the land of Israel where the children of Israel, as a nation, lived for approximately 800 years (from the conquest to the Judah’s exile) in the natural, and ultimately, the future New Jerusalem.
(21) Also for Adam and his wife the LORD God made tunics of skin, and clothed them. (22) Then the LORD God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of Us, to know good and evil. And now, lest he put out his hand and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live forever”– (23) therefore the LORD God sent him out of the garden of Eden to till the ground from which he was taken. (24) So He drove out the man; and He placed cherubim at the east of the garden of Eden, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to guard the way to the tree of life.
Verse 21 and 22 will be passed for detailed commentaries at this time because they are little bit off the storyline we have been following, and need more detailed analyses than just a paragraph. But, just to touch on what they might be saying, I would mention the following:
Verse 21 may be alluding to the temporary covering by the animal sacrifices that the Father provided for the Israelites. And, verse 22 talks about “the man,” instead of “Adam and His wife,” therefore; He may be referring to the “mankind” and not Israel alone, although I am not sure yet. And, the eternal life-giving “tree of life” is referring to the Messiah and New Jerusalem. Clearly, it was not His plan to let the man live in the same condition forever, and until the time is right, the “tree of life” was to be guarded (vs. 23).
Now, as we all know, this pattern of committing the sin of idolatry and being exiled would be repeated in the history of the Nation of Israel, and actually, we are still in exile but with the seal of His Holy Spirit in us (Eph 1:13), and in preparation to be the spotless Bride. And, that is what this episode of Adam and Eve committing the sin and being sent out of the garden of Eden is prophesying. But, Eve, representing the whole house of Israel is not being sent out alone. Adam, her husband is with her … and do you see? … it was even after her committing adultery.
But, not so fast … as it was mentioned in the beginning of this article, this entire Parable of Adam and Eve is the reflection of the Father’s perfect plan. And, the eternal life is promised for Eve as the comparable wife of the Messiah; and is available also for the mankind (Jn 3:16), and even for the seed of serpent (Matt 15:22-28; et al.), if they believe and repent, according to His mercy.
All these toiling and tilling of the ground among the “thrones and thistles” (Gen 3:18) were all about the refining among the seed of serpent.
And, at last, the Second Coming is prophesied in the last part of Genesis 3:16.
“Your desire shall be for your husband,
And he shall rule over you.”
Israel, throughout her history, and as the Bride of Messiah after His Fist Coming, we have longed and are longing more than ever now for our Messiah. Our “desire” has always been for Him. I count every Sunday, thinking, “Ah, we are a week closer!”
At the Second Coming, the Bride of Messiah, aka. “the sons of God,” will be revealed.
(19) For the earnest expectation of the creation eagerly waits for the revealing of the sons of God.
And, when He returns, our Messiah, and Husband, will “rule over” us, as the Lord of All the Earth, in the Millennium.
(16) And He has on His robe and on His thigh a name written:
The time is near, but it will get worse before He finally returns. It is TIME for His Bride to get serious about her preparation. It is time for the House of Israel to come to herself, stop eating the swine feed of the false ministries, come out of the “pigpen” of the false christianity — REPENT!
(14) “But when he had spent all, there arose a severe famine in that land, and he began to be in want. (15) “Then he went and joined himself to a citizen of that country, and he sent him into his fields to feed swine. (16) “And he would gladly have filled his stomach with the pods that the swine ate, and no one gave him anything. (17) “But when he came to himself, he said, ‘How many of my father’s hired servants have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger! (18) ‘I will arise and go to my father, and will say to him, “Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you, (19) “and I am no longer worthy to be called your son. Make me like one of your hired servants.” ‘ (20) “And he arose and came to his father. But when he was still a great way off, his father saw him and had compassion, and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him.
Eat the real food; feast on the Word of God. Or, you cannot make it through the Great Deception safely.
The Father is waiting for you.
Remember the first prophecy we worked on, which covers the entire plan?
(21) And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept; and He took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh in its place. (22) Then the rib which the LORD God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.
The truth is … The Father and the Son have not rested. The Seventh Day in the Creation account is not yet! They have been working (Jn 5:17; Ps 2:7-8; Ps 110:1-7). Especially, the Father has been working hard while the Son is sitting at the right hand of His Father (Ps 110:1; et al.), And, what He has been doing is the preparation of the Bride of His Son, by refining and purifying us.
If you are going through the trials now, this is why …
And, when it is all done and over, the Father will present the Complete and Perfect “Comparable” Bride to His Son, Yeshua our Messiah.
“Then the rib which the LORD God had taken from man
He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man.”
And, the story will continue on in the Parable of her sons, Cain and Abel … the next chapter.
False Teaching to Forsake
The Bible is NOT about set of rules, law vs. grace, the sinners vs. the saved, heaven vs. hell, living a materially blessed life, or brandishing Hebrew or Greek words in vain. This blessed and holy Book is a true loving message from our Heavenly Father who loves you with all His eternal being.
Now, it reminds me of Billy Graham’s preaching on “Paradise Lost” I have heard. This represents the fundamental FALSE doctrine we have been taught.
The following is the transcript of the Intro of his CD titled, “50 Years of Sermons and Songs.”
In the beginning, man chose to love and obey God,
As a result his life was a paradise.
But, one day, something happened,
Man deliberately rebelled against God.
He willfully broke God’s moral law,
And, man’s special relationship to God was broken,
He began to suffer and die,
As the disease of sin entered the human race.
He lost the peace, joy, security that he’d had,
The perfection of God’s handiwork was stained.
Eden became for man a Paradise Lost.
This is what we have been taught for a very long time, the swine feed, and they are still teaching it. Graham continues saying, (paraphrasing) “Jesus came to redeem the ‘mankind,’ we are ‘sinners’ longing to regain the Paradise to no avail, so the merciful God took initiative and decided to become a man as a Person of His Son.” Then, he goes on to preach, “God is love, so He created the human race,” and he means ‘ALL’ the human race, the world … and he also means, including the seed of serpent. (Find out who Billy Graham really is: Deception Free; Fanatic For Jesus)
I hope this article has proved to you that this is FALSE, and completely FALSE.
It is not necessary to point out the false points and tell you what is wrong about it, because it is ALL wrong. You cannot find anything to back up any part of the entire statement of his in the Bible. If you believe it, you have been brain-washed. It is a fable based on a myth, and honestly, this is the nicest thing I can say about it. The only correct statement is “God is love,” because it is from the Bible, but still, he quoted out of context.
The following is the only place in the Bible the phrase is used.
1 John 4:8, 16
(8) He who does not love does not know God, for God is love. … (16) And we have known and believed the love that God has for us. God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God, and God in him.
His love is not all encompassing universal love. The term, “unconditional love,” has been abused and now means “You can get away with sin” according to some grace teachers. His love is not an all condoning love, but is a purposeful and true love that puts us through the furnace of refining and patiently waiting for thousands of years for us to grow and be complete. He has never forgotten us. Many generations later, almost 3000 years after the exile of the House of Israel, He KNOWS who we are, and came and found us, because He promised. And, it is a kind of love that, in order to accomplish His purpose in us, puts His beloved Son through unimaginable suffering, so that we will be cleansed.
He loves His Son, and the Bride whom He created from the Body of His Son, and for the purpose of refining us, He planned and created the whole earth and the world just for us, and sowed the seed of our forefathers in the field (world) … so that we will grow and be harvested to be the complete Bride to His Son —- This is the TRUTH.
(44) “No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him; and I will raise him up at the last day.
Moreover, He extends His everlasting mercy onto “whosoever” believes and repents (Jn 3:16; “One New Man”; “The Treasure in the Field”). That is one of the reasons why it was His plan from the beginning to let it happen the way it did … He allowed the deceivers to preach universal salvation, so that all will hear the gospel.
Apostle Paul acknowledged that.
(18) What then? Only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is preached; and in this I rejoice, yes, and will rejoice.
It is OK that we have been deceived once. But, for us, the Bride, it is imperative that we receive the TRUTH now. Now is the time. The Father is having me write the eBook and this series to reveal this truth which has been hidden for this hour … just for you!
May be, another false teaching should be mentioned here for those who are wondering about it.
It has been taught at Bible colleges and seminaries that Genesis 3:15 is the “Protoevangelium” (the First Gospel). It has been taught for about 2000 years, and it is still in the textbooks. It means that Genesis 3:15 is the first Gospel to proclaim that the virgin birthed Messiah will defeat the serpent with the promise of salvation. It is based on a wrong interpretation, and it is not a gospel. Please UNLEARN it. By now, you know enough to teach others about whom “the seed of woman” represents. This phrase represents the seed of Jacob/Israel, and not Yeshua alone. And, it cannot possibly refer to the virgin birth.
Nonetheless, if there were such a thing, the “First Gospel,” it would be the account of Adam being put to sleep and Eve being created from his side, prophesying the death and resurrection of the Messiah, which is the first complete prophecy on the plan for the Messiah and His Bride. That was when the “woman” first appeared. The whole “redemption plan,” which is the whole good news, is encoded and packed in this short account of Genesis 2:21-22 (Discussion Points No.5, 6 above), and not in Genesis 3:15.
True Love Story
As it was introduced to you in the beginning, this story is also told in the eBook, “Why Yeshua Had To Die,” perfectly echoing the story of Adam and Eve, confirming each other. I fervently pray that His people, the Bride of the Messiah, understand this mystery that is being revealed for this crucial hour to us, and surely receive the love of our Husband, the Messiah Yeshua. This is the true Gospel, the greatest love story of this Age, that has been hidden in the Bible for thousands of years. It is about His “predestined” wife who was made just for Him. And, after 6000 long years of battle with the sons of serpent, it is almost time for the Bride to be ready — How blessed generation that we are!
(3) Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ, (4) just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love, (5) having predestined us to adoption as sons by Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the good pleasure of His will, (6) to the praise of the glory of His grace, by which He made us accepted in the Beloved.
Now, please, be sure to re-read the entire account in your own Bible in the Parable state of mind with the knowledge you have gained here, and receive His message for yourself.
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 Just to share with you a snippet of my research in the Bible . . .
If you look up the term in the KJV, “son,” “sons,” “man,” and “children” of Belial <H1100>, which is “a name of Satan” <G955> as defined in 2 Corinthians 6:15. They all literally mean “sons of serpent.” You will find that they were completely part of the Israelites’ daily life, it seems, and are mentioned simply as the fact that they were around, and were not giants. In other translations, various vague words, such as “worthless” or “corrupt” (for example, “a worthless man” or “a corrupt man”) are used and not very distinguishable. But the word itself has a connotation of “genetic” corruption, such as DNA corruption. Interpreting them as simply “bad behaving men” or simply “evil” men does not correlate with the KJV translations and the original Hebrew meanings. And, most of the time, they were described as extremely evil, cruel, murderous, and cunning, and more, and there is something non-human about them.
Here are a few examples of the “sons of Belial”:
- 1 Samuel 25:17 KJV – (17) Now therefore know and consider what thou wilt do; for evil is determined against our master, and against all his household: for he is such a son of Belial, that a man cannot speak to him.
- 2 Samuel 20:1 KJV – (1) And there happened to be there a man of Belial, whose name was Sheba, the son of Bichri, a Benjamite: and he blew a trumpet, and said, We have no part in David, neither have we inheritance in the son of Jesse: every man to his tents, O Israel.
- 2 Chronicles 13:7 KJV – (7) And there are gathered unto him vain men, the children of Belial, and have strengthened themselves against Rehoboam the son of Solomon, when Rehoboam was young and tenderhearted, and could not withstand them.
The Benjamites were almost extinct due to their prevalent mixed marriage with the Canaanites (Judg 19-21).
In other places, they are also described in different words:
- Psalms 58:3-5 NKJV – (3) The wicked are estranged from the womb; They go astray as soon as they are born, speaking lies. (4) Their poison is like the poison of a serpent; They are like the deaf cobra that stops its ear, (5) Which will not heed the voice of charmers, Charming ever so skillfully.
- Matthew 23:33 NKJV – (33) “Serpents, brood of vipers! How can you escape the condemnation of hell?”
- Matthew 3:7 NKJV – (7) But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees coming to his baptism, he said to them, “Brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the wrath to come?”
- Matthew 12:34 NKJV – (34) “Brood of vipers! How can you, being evil, speak good things? For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.
You never hear any preachers teaching or preaching on these passages seriously. If they ever did, they would simply say they are allegorical expression of the wicked men … really?
 This is a brief summary of my thoughts on the books on the serpent seed I have read, and on how we should deal with this sensitive and almost forbidden subject. Please understand that all of what I have learned cannot be contained here, and further research is in progress. More articles will address this issue in the future. And, please know that I am not discussing this topic as a “conspiracy theory,” but as a “biblical truth,” and a “reality” —
There are many secular and “claimed to be christian” books on this topic of the serpent bloodline, and, although the authors put much work into it to establish this fact, they are unfortunately not biblically sound in their discussions. Most of those I have read, or skimmed though, solely depend on extra-biblical kabbalistic sources and/or heavily depend on speculations. It is understandable that those extra-biblical sources mention the existence of sons of serpent, because they did and do exist, and there is much evidence. I have read some historical facts based writings on it as well. But, can we trust those literature?
Such writings may be based on a fact, or an element of truth. But the fact they start with is usually in a form of legend or myth. And, please know this fact that most of the extra-biblical books and ancient documents are in the hand of the Zionist, in their control. They release what is convenient to their purposes, and hide the rest. If you are a Bible student, you cannot depend on them for reliable information. Also, unfortunately, in those secular serpent seed books, the authors’ speculations and fantasies are heavily mixed with the legendary truth. I would say that there is nothing wrong with SiFi and fantasies … IF they do not claim what they say to be a biblical truth. But, they often do, and I personally have a serious problem with that. Not only that, when you read such books without strong biblical understanding, your mind will be contaminated, and the truth you know will be defiled with lots of non-truth, disinformation, and lies. We must be keenly aware of this reality. After all, we cannot base our Bible study on a creative writing, can we?
Another important reality to be aware of is that some of them are written for the purpose of “ridiculing” the topic and of leading some of us astray into wrong directions with this revelation. The Illuminati deceivers do such things all the time, and they are usually way ahead of us. They have known this fact, because they are the seed of serpent, and have been hiding it from the rest of the world, especially from Christians, for thousands of years. But, it was a fact and reality in the Bible that they exist. And, this is the reason that the newer translations of the Bible have more and more vague translations of those key words, such as “sons of Belial,” mentioned in Footnote . They reveal some truths with non-biblical facts and untrustworthy discussions to confuse us, and on top of it, other false teachers are assigned to ridicule and dismiss the idea altogether. They ridicule you if you believe what those secular books say, or even mention the seed of serpent. And, that’s the point. Discrediting books, ideas, and people who speak truth, are the first thing they do to turn the truth up-side down. Also, it is often done in the name of science, depending on the “public incredulity” … meaning, “It is incredible to many, therefore; it is not true.”
David Icke is one of the most used personalities to do this part. A controlled opposition. He turns a truth into a SiFi fairy tale, although somethings he says are intriguing, and leads many to his New Age fantasies, therefore; keeping them in darkness. And, the rest of the people simply dismiss the whole thing as nonsense, calling him crazy, sticking their head in the sand.
This is an extremely sensitive secret, which they have been keeping in the dark for a long time. They do not want us to know. It is OK for them to reveal other things, such as naming certain royal bloodlines as reptilians, revealing the Rothschild as the leader of the Illuminati, and even slowly exposing their plot of New World Order. All these things have been done purposefully. Some revealed facts are probably true, and some are false. But, this is what they “want” us to think they are all about, and to focus on it. And, they are becoming more bold, relying on the fact that, we, the ordinary people cannot do much about the powerful elites anyway. They believe the world is in their hands already.
These are the very reasons that we must know the BIBLICAL TRUTH on the seed of serpent, take this reality seriously, and biblically understand what we are supposed to do about it. They are “the wicked” and “the scoffers” in the Bible, and “the serpents,” “the brood of vipers,” “scorpions,” “thorns and thistles,” and more, and there are numerous instructions as to the natures of the serpent seed and how to deal with them. Just read a few chapters of the Book of Proverbs, and you will see. The Word of our Messiah, and the motto of Olivet Journal, “Be wise as serpents” (Matt 10:16), literally means to be wise as “the seed of serpent.”
They do not care about us knowing the British Royal families and the Bush Presidential family are reptilians … not really. What is that to us? But, what they really do not want us to know is the truth that the seed of serpent are among us, looking, talking, and walking just like us … with the Bible in their hands, speaking christianese, teaching us the doctrines of demons every day on TV, on the Internet, and in churches. This … we must know and stop listening to them, and forsake their teaching. And, not only that, there are many more out there, literally, among us in churches, Bible schools, and on Facebook, re-enforcing the lies. Please remember: “the enmity between your seed and her seed” (Gen 3:15). They are out to deceive “US,” the Bride of Messiah. Look at the massive and extremely well funded worldwide deception of the Messianic and Hebraic Roots movements, and the whole false christianity system they have created in the past 2000 years. Satan is indeed deceiving the whole world (Rev 12:9). That is the “Babylon the Mother of Harlots” (Rev 17:5), Judaism and Kabbalah, working towards the world domination.
We must be able to discern their false teaching, recognize hand signs and symbols, also their “bad fruits,” and stay away from them. They are robbing us of the precious TRUTH of the Bible. That is why I do what I do to inform you. They are not going to bite you, seriously speaking, but to do much worse … to deceive you, taking you with them to the eternal destruction.
Now, this article is only the beginning of my effort to demonstrate the biblical truth about the existence of the serpent seed, but much more to come. I will continue to present the biblical evidence for this truth in this series and more. No one can ridicule or dismiss this truth when presented with much strong biblical evidence to support it. But, I hope the information presented here in this article has been at least adequate for you to take this matter seriously, and to encourage you to study the Bible more for yourself. We must stop depending on false “teaching” on TV, books, YouTube videos, etc. promoted by, again, false “ministries.” They are all designed to deceive you.
It is time to wake up. Some of you may remember that I said in the Introduction to this series, this is not a K-12 Sunday school parable class. It is time for us to grow up and read the Bible as it is, and not according to our personal expectations and traditional beliefs, and know the truth, and face the reality. So that we will be the spotless Bride.
“Be ye wise as serpents” (Matt 10:16)