“Oh Adam Where For Art Thou?” Part 6

If you can’t blame a political party…then just blame God? That’s what Satan does and he tempts all those in his world to do the same.

Blaming God for everything is Satan’s calling card. It’s always been from Adam to this very day. COME OUT FROM HER MY PEOPLE!

We left off in Part 5 where Satan had appeared to Adam and Eve as an old man and told Adam he was his father and God had taken him from his side and he was there because God sent him to lead them to another place and Adam and Eve had fallen for his story. The old man wept when he told the story and Adam and Eve wept with him. (You see, God’s children are easily deceived because we are made to love and not to hate and so, we are suckers for such stories from wolves in sheeps clothes.) And so…the journey continues…..

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXI.

They begin to follow Satan.

1 THEN he (Satan disguised as an old man) took Adam and Eve by the hand, and began to bring them out of the cave. 2 But when they were come a little way out of it, God knew that Satan had overcome them, and had brought them out when the forty days were ended, to take them to some distant place, and to destroy them.

3 Then the Word of the Lord God again came and cursed Satan, and drove him away from them. 4 And God began to speak unto Adam and Eve, saying to them, “What made you come out of the cave, unto this place?”

5 Then Adam said unto God, “Didst thou create a man before us? For when we were in the cave there suddenly came unto us a good old man who said to us, ‘I am a messenger from God unto you, to bring you back to some place of rest.’ 6 “And we did believe, O God, that he was a messenger from Thee; and we came out with him; and knew not whither we should go with him.”

7 Then God said unto Adam, “See, that is the father of evil arts, who brought thee and Eve out of the Garden of Delights. And now, indeed, when he saw that thou and Eve both joined together in fasting and praying, and that you came not out of the cave before the end of the forty days, he wished to make your purpose vain, to break your mutual bond; to cut off all hope from you, and to drive you to some place where he might destroy you.

8 “Because he was unable to do aught to you, unless he showed himself in the likeness of you. 9 “Therefore did he come to you with a face like your own, and began to give you tokens as if they were all true.

10 “But I in mercy and with the favour I had unto you, did not allow him to destroy you; but I drove him away from you. 11 “Now, therefore, O Adam, take Eve, and return to your cave, and remain in it until the morrow of the fortieth day. And when ye come out, go towards the eastern gate of the garden.”

(This is so reminiscent of the Lord fasting in the wilderness for forty days and forty nights. After he was baptised. Recall in part 5, Adam and Eve first go into the waters to pray. They fell short of all they attempted to do and it was Jesus when he came that succeeded where they fell short. He went to the waters to be baptised of John first, then he went into the wilderness and was tempted 40 days and 40 nights.)

Video transcript: Jesus Christ, The Son of God, sets out to prepare Himself for His earthly mission to save humanity by dying on the cross to atone for the sins of the world. Christ is led into the Judean desert by the HOLY SPIRIT to strengthen His spirit with fasting, prayer and time with His heavenly Father. After 40 days, weak from hunger, Christ is met by Satan who attempts to tempt Him to sin and abandon His painful mission to bring salvation to the world. Satan follows Christ closely creating turbulence in His path in an effort to cause fear, doubt, and terror. Jesus is also haunted by thoughts of what the future holds and nightmares of the inevitable agony He will endure on the cross. Taking advantage of the emotional bond Christ has with His earthly parents, Satan assumes their likeness in an effort to tempt Him into sin.

(Ponder it – our Lord, the Word of God, coming in the flesh and having to actually experience Satan’s temptations and mind games with all the weakness of the flesh. Truly God has compassion on all of us in our flesh bodies with love so great we can’t even comprehend it. Amen.)

12 Then Adam and Eve worshipped God, and praised and blessed Him for the deliverance that had come to them from Him. And they returned towards the cave. This happened at eventide of the thirty-ninth day. 13 Then Adam and Eve stood up and with great zeal, prayed to God, to be brought out of their want for strength; for their strength had departed from them, through hunger and thirst and prayer. But they watched the whole of that night praying, until morning.

14 Then Adam said unto Eve, “Arise, let us go towards the eastern gate of the garden as God told us.” 15 And they said their prayers as they were wont to do every day; and they went out of the cave, to go near to the eastern gate of the garden. 16 Then Adam and Eve stood up and prayed, and besought God to strengthen them, and to send them something to satisfy their hunger. 17 But when they had ended their prayers, they remained where they were by reason of their failing strength. 18. Then came the Word of God again, and said unto them, “O Adam, arise, go and bring hither two figs.” 19 Then Adam and Eve arose, and went until they drew near to the cave.

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXII.

Two fruit trees.

1 BUT Satan the wicked was envious, because of the consolation God had given them. 2 So he prevented them, and went into the cave and took the two figs, and buried them outside the cave, so that Adam and Eve should not find them. He also had in his thoughts to destroy them.

3 But by God’s mercy, as soon as those two figs were in the earth, God defeated Satan’s counsel regarding them; and made them into two fruit-trees, that overshadowed the cave. For Satan had buried them on the eastern side of it.

4 Then when the two trees were grown, and were covered with fruit, Satan grieved and mourned, and said, “Better were it to have left those figs as they were; for now, behold, they have become two fruit-trees, whereof Adam will eat all the days of his life. Whereas I had in mind, when I buried them, to destroy them entirely, and to hide them for ever. 5 “But God has overturned my counsel; and would not that this sacred fruit should perish; and He has made plain my intention, and has defeated the counsel I had formed against His servants.” (This is an example of how God turns the evil thrown at us by the satans into good. God works miracles for us all the day and night. Amen.)

6 Then Satan went away ashamed, of not having wrought out his design.

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXIII

The first joy of trees.

1 BUT Adam and Eve, as they drew near to the cave, saw two fig-trees, covered with fruit, and overshadowing the cave. 2 Then Adam said to Eve, “It seems to me we have gone astray. When did these two trees grow here? It seems to me that the enemy wishes to lead us astray, Sayest thou that there is in the earth another cave than this?

3 “Yet, O Eve, let us go into the cave, and find in it the two figs; for this is our cave, in which we were. But if we should not find the two figs in it, then it cannot be our cave.” 4 They went then into the cave, and looked into the four corners of it, but found not the two figs.

5 And Adam wept and said to Eve, “Are we come to a wrong cave, then, O Eve? It seems to me these two fig-trees are the two figs that were in the cave.” And Eve said, “I, for my part, do not know.”

6 Then Adam stood up and prayed and said, “O God, Thou didst command us to come back to the cave, to take the two figs, and then to return to Thee. 7 “But now, we have not found them. O God, hast Thou taken them, and sown these two trees, or have we gone astray in the earth; or has the enemy deceived us? If it be real, then, O God, reveal to us the secret of these two trees and of the two figs.”

8 Then came the Word of God to Adam, and said unto him, “O Adam, when I sent thee to fetch the figs, Satan went before thee to the cave, took the figs, and buried them outside, eastward of the cave, thinking to destroy them; and not sowing them with good intent.

9 “Not for his mere sake, then, have these trees grown up at once; but I had mercy on thee and I commanded them to grow. And they grew to be two large trees, that you be overshadowed by their branches, and find rest; and that I make you see My power and My marvellous works. 10 “And, also, to show you Satan’s meanness, and his evil works, for ever since ye came out of the garden, he has not ceased, no, not one day, from doing you some harm. But I have not given him power over you.”

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11 And God said, “Henceforth, O Adam, rejoice on account of the trees, thou and Eve; and rest under them when ye feel weary. But eat not of their fruit, nor come near them.” 12 Then Adam wept, and said, “O God, wilt Thou again kill us, or wilt Thou drive us away from before Thy face, and cut our life from off the face of the earth?

(The withering of the fig tree as Jesus was entering the city comes to mind. What is the deeper message of the two fig trees here? God told them to look at them and how they grew to be shade over them and to see His power, but Satan had not ceased to do evil works and do them harm and said not to go near them or eat of their fruit. Are the fig trees an allegory of false teachings? Recall when Jesus hungered and cursed the fig tree for it bore NO FRUIT, and it withered. He then went into the city and drove the merchants out of His Father’s house for they had made it a house of merchandise where they bought and sold! Today, many churchs are sadly in the same state of lacking good fruit and are selling prosperity via you giving them what you have and teaching a wrong view of the Holy Spirit as though it can be purchased or earned through works and all sorts of dogma is told, the same as in the Temple. All while blaming curses from God for the bad in your lives…. this is the same thing that Jesus hated, and the same thing that befell Adam and Eve.)

13 “O God, I beseech Thee, if Thou knowest that there be in these trees either death or some other evil, as at the first time, root them up from near our cave, and wither them; and leave us to die of the heat, of hunger and of thirst. 14 “For we know Thy marvellous works, O God, that they are great, and that by Thy power Thou canst bring one thing out of another, without one’s wish. For Thy power can make rocks to become trees, and trees to become rocks.”

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So often we hear about God’s covenant with Abraham and the New Covenant that fulfilled the old that was a shadow of things to come. We forget that the first covenant that brings into fruition all the covenants is the covenant that God made with Adam to redeem mankind from the curse Satan brought upon them and their seed (which is also us) in the garden.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXIV.

Adam and Eve partake of the first earthly food.

1 THEN God looked upon Adam and upon his strength of mind, upon his endurance of hunger and thirst, and of the heat. And if as they were at first, and then said to Adam and to Eve, “Each of you may take one fig.” And they took them, as the Lord commanded them.

2 And he said to them, “Go ye into the cave, and eat the figs, and satisfy your hunger, lest ye die.” (Another paraellel to eating the bread of God and not of false doctrine of men and false interpretations which are just as bitter and filled with confusion and damnation.)

3 So, as God commanded them, they went into the cave, about the time when the sun was setting. And Adam and Eve stood up and prayed at the time of the setting sun. 4 Then they sat down to eat the figs; but they knew not how to eat them; for they were not accustomed to eat earthly food. They feared also lest, if they ate, their stomach should be burdened and their flesh thickened, and their hearts take to liking earthly food. (Is this also symbollic of having fear of eating false words? Believing lies in false doctrines and words of men under the authority of Satan?)

5 But while they were thus seated, God, out of pity for them, sent them His angel, lest they should perish of hunger and thirst. 6 And the angel said unto Adam and Eve, “God says to you that ye have not strength to fast until death; eat, therefore, and strengthen your bodies; for ye are now animal flesh, that cannot subsist without food and drink.” (God sent angels to strengthen Adam and Eve, just as God sent the angels to strengthen Jesus in the wilderness after He had fasted and been tempted of the devil for 40 days, and nights. Another paraellel.)

7 Then Adam and Eve took the figs and began to eat of them. But God had put into them a mixture as of savoury bread and blood. (Recall the scriptures of Jesus saying to eat of his flesh and drink of his blood. John 6:54, “Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day.”)

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8 Then the angel went from Adam and Eve, who ate of the figs until they had satisfied their hunger. Then they put by what remained; but by the power of God, the figs became full as before, because God blessed them. 9 After this Adam and Eve arose, and prayed with a joyful heart and renewed strength, and praised and rejoiced abundantly the whole of that night. And this was the end of the eighty-third day. (What else does this bring to mind in the Bible scriptures?)

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXV.

Adam and Eve acquire digestive organs. Final hope of returning to the Garden is quenched.

1 AND when it was day, they rose and prayed, after their custom, and then went out of the cave. 2 But as they felt great trouble from the food they had eaten, and to which they were not used, they went about in the cave saying to each other: 3 “What has happened to us through eating, that this pain should have come upon us? Woe be to us, we shall die! Better for us to have died than to have eaten; and to have kept our bodies pure, than to have defiled them with food.”

4 Then Adam said to Eve, “This pain did not come to us in the garden, neither did we eat such bad food there. Thinkest thou, O Eve, that God will plague us through the food that is in us, or that our inwards will come out; or that God means to kill us with this pain before He has fulfilled His promise to us?” 5 Then Adam besought the Lord and said, “O Lord, let us not perish through the food we have eaten. O Lord, smite us not; but deal with us according to Thy great mercy, and forsake us not until the day of the promise Thou hast made us.”

6 Then God looked upon them, and at once fitted them for eating food; as unto this day; so that they should not perish. 7 Then Adam and Eve came back into the cave sorrowful and weeping because of the alteration in their nature. And they both knew from that hour that they were altered beings, that their hope of returning to the garden was now cut off; and that they could not enter it. 8 For that now their bodies had strange functions; and all flesh that requires food and drink for its existence, cannot be in the garden.

9 Then Adam said to Eve, “Behold, our hope is now cut off; and so is our trust to enter the garden. We no longer belong to the inhabitants of the garden; but henceforth we are earthy and of the dust, and of the inhabitants of the earth, We shall not return to the garden, until the day in which God has promised to save us, and to bring us again into the garden, as He promised us.”

10 Then they prayed to God that He would have mercy on them; after which, their mind was quieted, their hearts were broken, and their longing was cooled down; and they were like strangers on earth. That night Adam and Eve spent in the cave, where they slept heavily by reason of the food they had eaten.

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Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXVI.

Adam does his first day’s work.

1 WHEN it was morning, the day after they had eaten food, Adam and Eve prayed in the cave, and Adam said unto Eve, “Lo, we asked for food of God, and He gave it. But now let us also ask Him to give us a drink of water.” 2 Then they arose, and went to the bank of the stream of water, that was on the south border of the garden, in which they had before thrown themselves. And they stood on the bank, and prayed to God that He would command them to drink of the water.

3 Then the Word of God came to Adam, and said unto him, “O Adam, thy body is become brutish, and requires water to drink. Take ye, and drink, thou and Eve; give thanks and praise.” 4 Adam and Eve then drew near, and drank of it, until their bodies felt refreshed. After having drunk, they praised God, and then returned to their cave, after their former custom. This happened at the end of eighty-three days.

5 Then on the eighty-fourth day, they took two figs and hung them in the cave, together with the leaves thereof, to be to them a sign and a blessing from God. And they placed them there until there should arise a posterity to them, who should see the wonderful things God had done to them. 6 Then Adam and Eve again stood outside the cave, and besought God to show them some food wherewith to nourish their bodies.

7 Then the Word of God came and said unto him, “O Adam, go down to the westward of the cave, as far as a land of dark soil, and there thou shalt find food.” 8 And Adam hearkened unto the Word of God, took Eve, and went down to a land of dark soil, and found there wheat growing, in the ear and ripe, and figs to eat; and Adam rejoiced over it. 9 Then the Word of God came again to Adam, and said unto him, “Take of this wheat and make thee bread of it, to nourish thy body withal.” And God gave Adam’s heart wisdom, to work out the corn until it became bread.

10 Adam accomplished all that, until he grew very faint and weary. He then returned to the cave; rejoicing at what he had learned of what is done with wheat, until it is made into bread for one’s use.

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXVII.

Then Satan began to lead astray Adam and Eve. . . .”

1 BUT when Adam and Eve went down to the land of black mud, and came near to the wheat God had showed them, and saw it ripe and ready for reaping, as they had no sickle to reap it withal they girt themselves, and began to pull up the wheat, until it was all done. 2 Then they made it into a heap; and, faint from heat and from thirst, they went under a shady tree, where the breeze fanned them to sleep.

3 But Satan saw what Adam and Eve had done. And he called his hosts, and said to them, “Since God has shown to Adam and Eve all about this wheat, wherewith to strengthen their bodies–and, lo, they are come and have made a heap of it, and faint from the toil are now asleep–come, let us set fire to this heap of corn, and burn it, and let us take that bottle of water that is by them, and empty it out, so that they may find nothing to drink, and we kill them with hunger and thirst. (Satan is so wickedly jealous and hates it that Adam and Eve repented and are now learning to live their lives for God. Same as he does still to this day!)

4 “Then, when they wake up from their sleep, and seek to return to the cave, we will come to them in the way, and will lead them astray; so that they die of hunger and thirst; when they may, perhaps, deny God, and He destroy them. So shall we be rid of them.” (Satan’s heart is hard as stone and he has no desire to repent at all. What if he did have a desire to repent instead of desire to hate and blame?)

5 Then Satan and his hosts threw fire upon the wheat and consumed it. 6 But from the heat of the flame Adam and Eve awoke from their sleep, and saw the wheat burning, and the bucket of water by them, poured out. 7 Then they wept and went back to the cave. (OOOOOH that gets one riled to see it, the same as he and his minions do this very day to good people!)

8 But as they were going up from below the mountain where they were, Satan and his hosts met them in the form of angels, praising God. (Here we go again, expert shapeshifters of evil acting like angels of light.)

9 Then Satan said to Adam, “O Adam, why art thou so pained with hunger and thirst? It seems to me that Satan has burnt up the wheat.” And Adam said to him, “Ay.” 10 Again Satan said to Adam, “Come back with us; we are angels of God. God sent us to thee, to show thee another field of corn, better than that; and beyond it is a fountain of good water, and many trees, where thou shalt dwell near it, and work the corn-field to better purpose than that which Satan has consumed.” (This sounds a lot like false shepherds (wolves in sheeps clothing) leading people astray at their time of weakness, pain and suffering.)

11 Adam thought that he was true, and that they were angels who talked with him; and he went back with them. 12. Then Satan began to lead astray Adam and Eve eight days, until they both fell down as if dead, from hunger, thirst, and faintness. Then he fled with his hosts, and left them. (And that is what happens when led astray in Satan’s world. We perish from lack of knowledge of the truth.)

Adam and Eve Book 2, CHAP. LXVIII.

How destruction and trouble is of Satan when he is the master. Adam and Eve establish the custom of worship.

1 THEN God looked upon Adam and Eve, and upon what had come upon them from Satan, and how he had made them perish. 2 God, therefore, sent His Word, and raised up Adam and Eve from their state of death. 3 Then, Adam, when he was raised, said, “O God, Thou hast burnt and taken from us the corn Thou hadst given us, and Thou hast emptied out the bucket of water. And Thou hast sent Thy angels, who have waylaid us from the corn-field. Wilt Thou make us perish? If this be from Thee, O God, then take away our souls; but punish us not.”

4 Then God said to Adam, “I did not burn down the wheat, and I did not pour the water out of the bucket, and I did not send My angels to lead thee astray. 5 “But it is Satan, thy master who did it; he to whom thou hast subjected thyself; My commandment being meanwhile set aside. He it is, who burnt down the corn, and poured out the water, and who has led thee astray; and all the promises he has made you, verily are but feint, and deceit, and a lie. (Satan always tempts man to blame God. How does that happen? Is it because in our fallen state we cannot see between the realms to know what is what? The Holy Spirit is now given to us to show us if a thing is of God or of Satan. We must always share our every thought with the Holy Spirit and ask for discernment and wisdom. The wicked truly do the will of their father who is Satan, just like the Lord said.)

6 “But now, O Adam, thou shalt acknowledge My good deeds done to thee.” 7 And God told His angels to take Adam and Eve, and to bear them up to the field of wheat, which they found as before, with the bucket full of water. 8 There they saw a tree, and found on it solid manna; and wondered at God’s power. And the angels commanded them to eat of the manna when they were hungry. (The manna as God fed the multitude in the Wilderness with Moses was fed to Adam and Eve first. Wow, I did not know that. Did you?)

9 And God adjured Satan with a curse, not to come again, and destroy the field of corn. 10 Then Adam and Eve took of the corn, and made of it an offering, and took it and offered it up on the mountain, the place where they had offered up their first offering of blood. 11 And they offered this oblation again on the altar they had built at first. And they stood up and prayed, and besought the Lord saying, “Thus, O God, when we were in the garden, did our praises go up to Thee, like this offering; and our innocence went up to thee like incense. But now, O God, accept this offering from us, and turn us not back, reft of Thy mercy.” (The first grain offering was by Adam and Eve. Even Adam’s prayer is stronger to walk stronger in the way of God.)

12 Then God said to Adam and Eve, “Since ye have made this oblation and have offered it to Me, I shall make it My flesh, when I come down upon earth to save you; and I shall cause it to be offered continually upon an altar, for forgiveness and for mercy, unto those who partake of it duly.” (We now see where bread is the flesh of God’s Word and an offering upon the alter for forgiveness and mercy to those as a sign who partake of it and why Jesus said, you must eat of my flesh and drink of my blood.)

13 And God sent a bright fire upon the offering of Adam and Eve, and filled it with brightness, grace, and light; and the Holy Ghost came down upon that oblation. 14 Then God commanded an angel to take fire-tongs, like a spoon, and with it to take an offering and bring it to Adam and Eve. And the angel did so, as God had commanded him, and offered it to them. 15 And the souls of Adam and Eve were brightened, and their hearts were filled with joy and gladness and with the praises of God. (Did God just send to them the Holy Spirit to live within them and teach discernment and wisdom? To guide them and comfort them?)

16 And God said to Adam, “This shall be unto you a custom, to do so, when affliction and sorrow come upon you. But your deliverance and your entrance into the garden, shall not be until the days are fulfilled, as agreed between you and Me; were it not so, I would, of My mercy and pity for you, bring you back to My garden and to My favour for the sake of the offering you have just made to My name.” 17 Adam rejoiced at these words which he heard from God; and he and Eve worshipped before the altar, to which they bowed, and then went back to the Cave of Treasures.

18 And this took place at the end of the twelfth day after the eightieth day, from the time Adam and Eve came out of the garden. 19 And they stood up the whole night praying until morning; and then went out of the cave. 20 Then Adam said to Eve, with joy of heart, because of the offering they had made to God, and that had been accepted of Him, “Let us do this three times every week, on the fourth day Wednesday, on the preparation day Friday, and on the Sabbath Sunday, all the days of our life.”

21 And as they agreed to these words between themselves, God was pleased with their thoughts, and with the resolution they had each taken with the other. 22 After this, came the Word of God to Adam, and said, “O Adam, thou hast determined beforehand the days in which sufferings shall come upon Me, when I am made flesh; for they are the fourth Wednesday, and the preparation day Friday. (Is this when they arrested Jesus? On the fourth Wednsday? And they put him to death on the Friday?)

23 “But as to the first day, I created in it all things, and I raised the heavens. And, again, through My rising again on this day, will I create joy, and raise them on high, who believe in Me; O Adam, offer this oblation, all the days of thy life.” 24 Then God withdrew His Word from Adam.

(So God said that on the first day he created all things, and so it was on the first day of the week that He chose to rise from the dead!)

25 But Adam continued to offer this oblation thus, every week three times, until, the end of seven weeks. And on the first day, which is the fiftieth, Adam made an offering as he was wont, and he and Eve took it and came to the altar before God, as He had taught them.

(Every thing points as a shadow of the things to come to the five and a half days (5.500 years) that has now be fulfilled of the New Covenant With the Lord of Lords and King of Kings Jesus the Christ. He has come as He promised, to set up his kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. We are now living stones that make up the temple of God and drink freely of the water of life. We have been given the power of the Holy Spirit to live within us teaching discernment, wisdom, guiding us and giving us comfort. God our Father has given us authority over the evil ones in the name of Jesus His Son, to rebuke demons in his name and they shall flee. Because of our Lord making final atonement for all sin, and our faith in Him, we are one with the Father and His Word and the Holy Spirit. We have entered into the Kingdom of God Rejoice and be glad. And all was according to what he said to Adam. Amen.)

There is a lot to ponder and give praise for here so we will stop for now, and continue in, “Oh Adam Where For Art Thou?” Part 7.



By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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