Genesis Chapter 3 Discussion Page 10

  • Peter on Genesis 3:1
    no, I'm wrong again. People who study the Bible are not the ones to do my prohect because they are not necccesaly the best ones to figure things out. You can study the bible and preach or be a teacher and teach or be a plliticam and talk and listen and be advised and take advice but all in all, the best ones to do my project are those who studt science like myself as thatb is what we do; analyze things and figure then out, Scientists are the best for that. If I were a chrustian; and I am, I wouldn't even bother. I already reached my conclusion anyway.
  • Peter on Genesis 3:1
    Now here a little project for somebody that mat find it interesting. Consider; what Adam Knew that He learned from God. For example He talked with God as he named the animals; and so he had to think in order to come up with names; and so he has some mind development from that. etc. So He had to even figure out how to talk to EVE with more than those few words and the bit of mind development that he had from the other things. So the project is how would Adam a caveman living in a cave as there were no houses and and some caves even have good drinking water; protection of course and shelter etc but how does he develop how he can communicate with his wife? and others. How s do we develop when we do not have very much to develop by. For example Adam probably pointed at things sort of like when God took the animals to him to name. So they probably started to name things in their habitat a cave man with limited language of sounds that we can only guess at. So I will say like a caveman; and my image of Cavemen are tey used grunts and short words as thats seems to be how we even starts to develop and so maybe the question is would cavemen know long words with meanings? If yiu have good eye sight; and youn like studying the bible; give it a try.
  • Peter on Genesis 3:1
    Adam lost his chance to develop his mind with God; and God put that choice before us today.
  • Peter on Genesis 3:1
    My Conclusion

    Other things however can not be as interactive as people think but animals don't. They develop differently, of course. They were made before Adam and did not have to think to survive. Adam was an animal also but he was made in the image of God, and God gave him that ability; the ability to think; but Adam lost the chance to develop it with God. Adam thus became a caveman who could develop like an animal but with a mind that could develop like people develops today.
  • Peter on Genesis 3:1
    i wish your warning signs stay long enough so that i could read them; and figure out what I am doing wrong.
  • Peter on Genesis 3
    I have been reading the Bible; basically Genesis chapters 1 and 3, I love those chapters, and the commandments, of and on for quite a time; and I never realized that Adam was a cave man until a few days ago , when in fact he was the first man; and there was no where else to live at that time because we did not know about houses or anything that we have in the modern world. I have never heard anyone speak of that before when God even told us in the Bible that he made a covering for Adam and Eve from skins, I would say Animals skin or skins. As the first man he had to have been a caveman.
  • Mishael on Genesis 321 - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Genesis 3:21

    "Unto Adam also and to his WIFE did the Lord God MAKE COATS of skins and CLOTHED them".

    Anybody know some Hebrew? Translate MAKE.

    They weren't animalistic cave people. They were created human and had clothing. Adam was intelligent!! He named everything in Creation. He was anointed to dress and keep the garden; give names to creation. His job. He was employed and worked 6 days a week!
  • Peter - in Reply on Genesis 3:1
    Good point however after he sinned; he didn't have God to talk to; and mind development depends on interactivity with other people as people can think. You can be interactive with animals also but they can not think.
  • Justine on Genesis 3
    What dose it say about paligomy
  • Mishael - in Reply on Genesis 3
    I'm not sure they were cavemen. There are scriptures that say the one third turned evil angels were hurled with Satan. Called inhabitants.

    I gave a lot of scriptures that are in the history pages now. Have a look. I had seen them before cause they're all marked up in my Bible. I just didn't know how they fit in; but they do. It should be exciting study.

    Best part is that science & archaeology prove the Bible is True.
  • Peter - in Reply on Genesis 3

    i'm not sure where the history pages are but i will check as i would loke to see them especially if theyare all summed up in the history pages, sounds good,

    best part is that science & archaeology prove the bible is true.

    i would also say that the bible itself and god proves it

    thanks for your comments, i enjoy them and always find them helpful; now i will look for that history
  • Mishael - in Reply on Genesis 3
    I heard about 2 hrs about those scriptures. The detective in me wanted to know where this other person found them. I had never heard this before.

    It is just connecting all the center column referencing to other scriptures. They point to other references, that in turn point to others. It's a personal quest that takes time and prayer with Holy Spirit. I'm not a scholar and I don't know Hebrew word interpretation. The thing that interested me was all the conflict on the age of the earth. Not in here, but in what sciences say.

    Today I realized that it's not In my calling. I've been sheltering past few months. I need to leave this and do what I know to be doing. I do not mean to cause conflict.
  • Peter - in Reply on Genesis 3

    i apolize if i gave yiu that impressuin becayse i find your cinnents very helpful in discussions, and as chfristans in this site; we like to ndiscuss scriptures but i do not know nuch scriptures howevber i do know about the nind as i have v being studying it for naybe 15vyears on autism/ and ny biggest proble was those who bekieve we dop not have a mind; and that ie what i was responding to and i wanted to see the history thay=t you referred me to but i did not know where to look on the sute but i looked and could not find where it was. that is not to say oy wasn't there and i am sure there verses that referrs to things in genesis that ui comment on but i am not good at finfing them but i gave so many other problems with health and eye site' Please don't leave me, I am sorry ihat i offended you,
  • Mishael reply to Peter - in Reply on Genesis 3
    When I pray against hell and demons hurting Gods people: I always remind Satan that he's going back to hell !!!

    He doesn't want to hear that.

    I'm here if you need me.
  • Mishael reply to Peter - in Reply on Genesis 3
    You did not offend me. My phone died and had to plug it in....and get sleep. I have health problems too; but that is never an excuse not to study Gods Word.

    I think you may need a New Bible WITH center of the page columns, concordance & dictionary. Some of this study needs a way to see the Hebrew meaning of words. Most Old Testament was written in Hebrew. :/

    Sometimes I find really good Bibles at resale stores, like Goodwill. Just wait to buy till you see one with center of page columns.

    Most people hate (can I use that word?) Benny Hinn. He has the best explanation of spiritual warfare. I'd be dead if not for that.

    He has a 5 HOUR teaching on YouTube you can listen to. If we can get past "the vessel" that God chose to deliver the information through, we'd be able to help people who are oppressed.

    He starts out with the foundation of where demons came from. Which is the part that interests you. Before, during and after Genesis.

    I investigated where he was pulling in that information and found that he was using the Center Column references to other scriptures that supported what's going on in Genesis, BUT with some Hebrew word definition. The best way to do that is to write the verses down on paper (with the verse name). It's going to take a lot of time. Note: INHABITANTS (you can use the KJV website to search and read verses). Inhabitants seem to be the evil angels who had bodies: that inhabited the land, married, built cities and caused God to be very angry. When God got finished with them they didn't have bodies anymore and Satan was in hell until the Garden of Eden; where he appears as a snake.

    Several people in my family are autistic and it doesn't mean you can't learn or teach others. Just pray and send all your questions to the Source: Jesus Christ and Holy Spirit. Jesus said I do what I see my Father doing. Holy Spirit teaches us.

    Just get that study Bible; spiral notebooks and you'll be ready to go. See you later :)
  • Chinjunxie on Genesis 3
    the holy bible is good to know about Jesus and god we need to thank you god to teacher us about rule , give us house , parents and friends . god teacher us the ten comments love and peace ......
  • Wanda wilson on Genesis 3
    I truly enjoy your Bible study. This is my first time on. Thank you.

    Thank you for this Bible study. just downloaded it today looking for an answer. Did Adam know that he was eating from the forbidden tree? And was he there with Eve when she chatted with the serpent
  • Chris - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Hi Wanda, yes, it's always good to learn what the Bible says to us & to be able to discuss its Truths & learn from them. In reading Genesis 3, I do believe that both Adam & Eve were present during Satan's approach to them, to tempt them to sin. And yes, both of them knew that the fruit of that particular tree was forbidden by God for them to eat. Not that the fruit was bad & could cause them harm, but it was God's test of their obedience to their Creator.

    And of course, the old Serpent was not far away to entice these sinless souls to committing sin so that now the sinless became the sinner, & so sin passed onto the rest of their descendants (us) through the flesh so tainted (Romans 5:12). Satan was also around in this manner (as you may remember), when Jesus, God's sinless Son, was also tempted (Matthew 4:1-11). Jesus was tempted on all points as we are (Heb 4:15): "the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life". (1 Jn 2:16), but unlike Adam & Eve, He resisted Satan's thrusts & relied on God's Word, the Sword of the Spirit, to thwart Satan's offerings to Him. So now, all who believe on Jesus & trust Him for their salvation, are made new creations (2 Cor 5:17) who still have the body of sin, but now a new enlivened spirit touched by the Spirit of God (Rom 8:9).
  • Corinne on Genesis 3:1
    Whats the meaning to be Gods left hand man?
  • Jim Bogle on Genesis 3:1
    What can be made of the fact the serpent was "of the field" and not the Garden?
  • Chris - in Reply on Genesis 3:1
    Jim, I've always understood that verse to indicate that the serpent was classified & seen as the other animals 'of the field', & not necessarily the location that he was found in, in his encounter with Adam & Eve.

    What does intrigue me is what did this serpent look like in his un-cursed state (Gen 3:14)? We know 'it' was an animal, but apparently had the power of speech as Satan occupied its body, & was unlikely to be in the form of a snake, as we know it. And Adam & Eve showed no surprise that an animal would be able to talk to them: did other animals talk, or did they not know that this serpent was a 'one-off' & had a special gift of speech? I wonder what a serpent in this account actually looked like? Was it already a long, thin animal that moved in an upright manner? Too many questions that come to mind: we can only wonder & speculate. It was only after the curse, that it began to slither on its belly.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Genesis 3:1
    Eve and the Serpent

    Revelation 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that OLD SERPENT old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

    Was Eve really talking to a snake or with that OLD SERPENT who had been around for a long time?

    (Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God)

    Ezekiel Chapter 28:13 Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold: the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou wast created.

    14 Thou art the ANOINTED anointed (angel) cherub that covereth; and I have set thee so: thou wast upon the holy mountain of God; thou hast walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire.

    15 Thou [wast] perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast CREATED created, till iniquity was found in thee.

    (Created, not born shows this is an angel)

    16 By the multitude of thy merchandise they have filled the midst of thee with violence, and thou hast sinned: therefore I will cast thee as profane out of the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire.

    17 Thine heart was lifted up because of thy BEAUTY beauty, thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of thy brightness: I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay thee before kings, that they may behold thee.

    Eve was possibly speaking to a beautiful creature who wished harm upon the Lord and all his creation.
  • Peter - in Reply on Genesis 3:1
    Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field.

    I don't see any problem with this statement. There were animals in the garden and some were beast of the field and some beasts of the woods and plains maybe etc. and the serpent was the most subtil of all the beast that were in the field. He was in the garden just as Eve was.
  • Katie Dooros on Genesis 3
    I have accepted Jesus Christ as my savior 20 years ago, but a friend asked me a question her question was that when we die do we go to heaven or do we have to wait till Jesus comes back and raises the dead first to go
  • Cee Cee - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Death is a state of sleep. Anyone who dies is at sleep until Jesus returns. Jesus is returning to set his kingdom East in Jerusalem. Jesus and elect will reign 1000 years.
  • Fred scanlan - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Hebrews 9:27 It is appointed for men once to die then after this the judgment. When we are in Christ, the bible says that we are new creatures,created in Him. Romans 14 For whether we live,we live unto the lord. Whether we die we die unto the lord.Whether we live or die we are the lords. God is the God of the living not the dead. There is no fear in perfect love. Colossians 3: 1-4 Set your affections on things above,not on things of the earth. For ye are dead and your life is hid in Christ in God. When Christ who is our life appears then shall ye also appear with Him in GLORY!
  • Job - in Reply on Genesis 3
    I don't know but I think we go to a place called paradise to wait to be judged.
  • Fred scanlan - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Read the scriptures ,in them you will find eternal life. Depending on the wisdom of others who are outside the will of God is not His will. Study to show thyself approved. In all your ways acknowledge Him and he will guide your path.
  • Brenda Simpson - in Reply on Genesis 3
    I'm ashamed that I don't know where to go to show this in the Bible.. but I have been taught and believe that when the saved in Christ die their souls go immediately to be with Jesus (as He told the thief on the cross "you shall be in Paradise with Me today." Our bodies remain here in the grave or cremated or whatever happened to the body and when Christ comes back it is resurrected and changed and made like His and our souls are in that new created body.
  • Adam - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Hello, people who believe that often cite: Philippians 1:23, 2 Corinthians 5:8, and Luke 23:43. However, in my opinion these verses don't clearly state we go to heaven immediately, and there's actually far more verses saying we don't. For example, it says there will be a day of judgment Matthew 12:36, so clearly, people aren't going to skip that. It wouldn't make sense for people to go to heaven/hell before they're judged. Also, it clearly says we will be in 'sleep' before Jesus returns then the dead will rise to be judged. Daniel 12:2 So, it wouldn't make sense for people to go to heaven/hell, then return for a body, THEN be judged, etc. Also, no one judged before Jesus comes. 1 Cor 4:5

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