The Divine Mind

Chapter: Cain and Abel (Pages 17-19)

As Adam and Eve began to follow God’s instruction in conceiving children in order to create a family, Eve became pregnant and gave birth to a son named Cain. Soon after the birth of Cain, Eve brought forth another son whom she named Abel.

Abel kept the flocks and Cain worked the soil. They worked outside most of the time and learned what it meant to plant and provide with the basic tools that God had given them.

Offerings soon began as an acknowledgment to God. Cain brought some fruits from the soil and Abel brought fat portions from some of the firstborn of his flock. The Lord looked upon Abel with favor, but to Cain he did not. Cain became angry. Here we must acknowledge that the greatest of offerings to God is our writing and dialogue with Him.

God said to Cain, “If you do what is right will you not be secure by Me? However, if you do not act according to God, sin is crouching at the door and it desires to have you. Your job on this earth is to master sin!”

Cain became angry and in his anger murdered his brother Abel.

For this murder God took His blessing away from Cain and commanded that Cain would wander the earth as a man lost. !God then placed a mark on Cain in order that no man who found him would slay him. Note that this is the first place in the Bible where we are able to acknowledge God marking His chosen. For later in the Bible we see where false prophets have arisen and have marked mankind according to the ways of man, specifically the mark of the beast or the devil. The fact is that self mutilation, self harm, or self destruction is the work of evil and very different than that of the sealing of God’s servants by their toil and efforts in standing firm and remaining true to Jesus. God has written his name in one way or another on every single one of his sealed servants and faithful saints...Remember that God is an artist and uses Scripture to empower and seal His chosen…Those that have stood firm in Jesus, the Son of God, have battle wounds from the sheer persecution and the battle that in Hebrew is called Har-Magedon. This directly applies to the Book of Revelation.

When we reference betrayal and the book of Revelation pay careful attention to these scriptures…

Revelation 17:10-11 “And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh he must continue a short space. And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition…”

The 8th King is also the number of a man (He and the Harlot can also be known as the ones who betaryed the Son of God)…His number is 666…The demonic 8th king….The beast or 8th king is also associated with the Great Harlot…(Names and Numerology help to identify key figures in our modern world)…

So, by using this reference we can recognize the identity of these figures…Jesus knows the Exact identity of the 8th king, who has also, in God’s eyes, crucified the Son…(The Plot to destroy Jesus) You see ALL of the Saints and Angels knows as well…God has been waiting to Reveal this to the world and at the coming of the Son of God, they are both conquered and doomed…

Thought For The Day: Do you believe and understand how the Angels would rapture the Son of man out of a horrible situation? Don’t you know that God would do anything, whatever it takes, to save His Son, knowing what he was up against….This is how we may understand to “seize upon with force…” and what God meant when he wrote out the term “Harpage” in the Bible….You should know that the Angel of the Lord is the one who saved him…

Key Scripture: Galatians 6:17-18 “From henceforth LET NO MAN TROUBLE ME: for I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus. Brethren, the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Amen.”

The lesson to be learned from this chapter in Genesis is that our job on this earth is to master sin by conquering Satan along with all of the false prophets who appear in sheep’s clothing, but inside are ravenous wolves. There is no greater priority for us than to act according to God, versus man. This is how the battle will be won. Have no regard for man, but in all ways seek God for direction.

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