Welcome again to our latest series on Israel and the Church the Church. Today we want to go in-depth in our teaching, understanding the seed of the serpent and the seed of the woman. To have a full grasp of what was decoded in the scriptures concerning this, we must be part of God’s bride, if not all of what we’ll be touching today will look vague because to them it is given to understand the mysteries of the scriptures. (Amen) One of the mysteries that the holy Spirit unveiled to us is the understanding of the two seeds described in Genesis chapter 3. Now let us dive in properly:
Text: Genesis 2:15, Genesis 3:1 – 6, Matthew 13:11,34, Genesis 4:1, Genesis 6:1, I Peter 3:5, Isaiah 3:16, I Timothy 2:9
As we look into this section of our series, we want to establish that the bible was coded (written in symbols | written in parables) by God himself for only his seed to decode by the Holy Spirit, so if you don’t have the indwelling of God’s spirit, you’ll be lost in your so-called head knowledge. Now, you’ll agree with me from our last series that we were able to establish that Adam and Eve were involved in an act that brought about the realization that they were naked, and before that act, they had no consciousness of their nakedness because sin was absent. (Genesis 2:25). Brethren, sin exposes us, and that’s why we need to run from it because there are consequences to sin. Adam and Eve are a perfect example to learn from.
The part that we call “private part” today was because of the sin in the garden. That part was the instrument used for the sin, and that is why when they realized what went down, they sew for themselves an apron to cover their private part.
The outcome of the Sin
After what transpired, two seeds were in the womb of Eve that populated the world today. One was for the woman, and the other one was for the serpent. These two seeds exhibited the attributes of their source as we have explained in our previous series, Abel was the likeness and image of Adam who was of God and Cain was the likeness of the serpent who was of the devil, these attributes are what humans reflect today. You are either of God or of the devil, you can sit in-between. And that is why when Cain killed Abel, God had to raise for himself Seth to continue his plan of building unto himself a family.
Another angle to study this subject is looking into the first worship in the garden by the two seeds. You’ll agree with me that one (Abel) could not help but be in the right attitude of worship because he was a product of God. Cain could not yield to God because there was nothing in him that could respond to God, and that was why he was the only one who was sent out of Eden (The presence of God), he was a seed from the other side (devil).
Adam, Eve, and Seth didn’t leave the physical Eden as described by the bible, the only thing that happened after the fall was that they could no longer access the presence of God until the blood of Christ was shed for remission. I pray we don’t lose the presence of God because it’s a terrible experience a believer can have.
Seeds are being Led by God
The picture of the two seeds extends to the family of Isaac. We can see that in the aspect of God’s choice even before the birth of Jacob and Esau. God was particular about Jacob and left out Esau because his concern as the all-knowing personality was his seed. If you also study deeply, when it comes to Jacob’s marriage more attention was given to it because a seed of God is to yoke with someone of his kind.
Because you are blessed, and everything is working for you doesn’t make you a seed. if you are not part of him from the beginning, you’ll sure fall off at some point. If you check the lineage of Cain by the scripture, they were not poor people (at all), they were the top guys making things happen, but could not reflect an attribute of God. They multiply to kill, build a city that should get to heaven and all sorts of things that negate God are what they were involved in.
The Two Lineage of The Two Seeds
The Seed of God:
Adam = Seth = Enos = Cainan = Mahalaleel = Jared =Enoch = Methuselah = Lamech = Noah
The seed of the devil:
Cain = Enoch = rad = Mehujael = Methusael = Lamech
Can you see the two lineages that we have on earth? One had a rapture candidate while the other were the first to introduce polygamy and killing. Where do you belong? What attribute do you possess? Are you sure your attitude and way of thinking are not like those from the lineage of Cain? (seeds of the devil)
There was a clear distinction between the two seeds from the beginning, not until when the devil came into the picture again in Genesis chapter 6 to cause the two lineages to mingle. All of these were to actualize his agenda.
“And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years. There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown. And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart”
Brethren, this is where we are now. The world has been polluted and it’s in the hands of the children of Cain, they are the fashionistas, politicians, and all kinds of extreme behaviors we see today. They are fulfilling the commission of their father the devil and we are called as the seed of God to fulfill the commission of God, so we are to act, dress, and speak as children of God.
I pray that God helps us remain in God’s commission and not act like the seeds of the opposite side. We are not to copy the trend of what they bring up, we are called to be different and live to please God.
Join us next week as we go further in this series.