Ella Rose Mast Study Tape 180

Ella Rose Mast Study Tape 180
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Bible Study Genesis 4

Vs:1 “Adam knew Eve his wife and she conceived and bare Cain and said I have gotten a man from the Lord.”

Here we have translation that is not clear, the old books and the Scripture of the New Testament tell you that Cain was of the wicked one, I John 3:12.

“Not as Cain who was of the wicked one, and slew his brother.”

In the old books then when Cain was born then Adam asked: ‘where did that one come from? And Eve answered: ‘I have gotten a man from the Lord.” She did not say Lord God, as it is written before. They have here in scripture used many names for YAHEH, first Lord, then Lord God, and other titles. Was this done to confuse? There were on the earth at that time, and still today, many men called Lord, for this is a title. Another thought, if Eve did not have a child from Satan, then she did not transgress, did she?

Vs:2 “And she again after bare his 1/2 brother Abel, and Abel was a keeper of the sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground.”

Here in symbolism thus Abel would be of the sheep nation, and Cain would be of the World Order under Satan. Abel being from Adam and Eve would honour his father and mother, and they could teach him of his heritage, whereas they were symbolized of the great shepherd of the Star Bible. He was a good child and obeyed his father and mother, but Cain was of a different nature. He was interested in the World Order now around them and he would not obey Adam and his mother Eve. It was necessary for the boys to bring an offering unto YAHWEH as they reached a certain age, this signified that they believed in the program of the Kingdom, and its fulfilment under YAHWEH.

Vs:3 “Cain brought fruit of the ground (or earth), as an offering unto YAHWEH.”

Vs:4 “And Abel, he brought of the firstling of his flock and of the fat thereof, and YAHWEH had respect unto Abel and to his offering.”

Now; Cain would show his begatting by what he offered to YAHWEH, and it showed that his thinking was of the World Order. Whereas Abel would do the customary sacrifice of Israel which was the firstling of his sheep. And this would indicate that he had taken the teaching of his parents to heart.