a reply to: muse7
I often wonder what the state of the world would be if humanity worshiped a being like Satan instead of a God that cannot do no wrong.
It seems we worship the creator of Satan.
3 The snake was more clever than all the wild animals Yahweh Elohim had made.
Elohim in Genesis 1 is the Father. Ruach Elohim is the Mother. In Genesis 2, we are introduced to the creation of Earth by Yahweh (Son of God). He
forms man (not creates). He plants a garden (not creates). He makes Satan, or the lower nature of the Son of God.
Genesis 3:3 The snake was more clever than all the wild animals Yahweh Elohim had made.
He then sheds Adam's blood to divide the image of God (Both Male and Female). This division of mankind ends in the story we have today. Bloodshed
between the Snake and humanity seems to be directed by the Lord of Hosts. A Host body below is occupied by something else, directed by the Lord
Himself. In a way, we are a holographic gameboard in a type of simulation. V 1.0 failed, so a flood destroyed the first attempt. After that, the
same failure happened again, and again, and again... We are told that Adonai hung on a cross to defeat the snake he created. As it turns out, war
continues. It ends when 7 billion people are divided into many factions, then the ultimate bloodbath commences. According to Revelation, we are
close to the start of this match between Yahweh and Satan.
Why is this the case? We don't know. Babel ensures we can never know from our own tree of knowledge. As Revelation states, the nations ARE
deceived. Presently, we are deceived and have been for the last 6000 years. The end of this nightmare culminates in beheadings, the sword and
bloodshed as always. Nothing has changed.
Aside from the Bible as a source, there are no other alternatives. It perfectly predicts the outcome of our commerce system, government, debt and
nature of the human heart. Of course, the one giving Moses the words to write down was the Angel of the Lord. What are we to make of all this?
Unless Christ comes back and demonstrates his own words, then his words are untrue. He must love his enemies. The same Yahweh Adonai of the OT is
the same Adonai Lord of the NT.
Yahweh Son in Rebellion
He wages war as his mark, but loves his enemies and makes peace.
I saw heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is called Faithful and True. With justice he judges and wages
How do we see this mess clearly? We can't. We are deceived.
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