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Adam & Eve

RELIGION OF THE ANTICHRIST (two)

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It was a huge masterstroke for Lucifer to goad the woman, emblematic of the body of worshipping congregation, in making a speech that offers a legalistic feet for the fatuity of Satan's religious establishment. Sadly enough, Adam, the male, stupidity acquiesced. They did receive divine pardon, though, thanks to Jesus (it was part of God's plan to trap and bring Lucifer, who has no second chance, to judgment for his misuse of his free moral agency). Adam's transition into this risk, lamentably, did engender an aphonic proclivity in his characterisation, for the rest of his recorded, scriptural life. Read More

WHY EVE STUCK TO ADAM (two)

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Adam renamed the woman to ensure the continuity of the marriage. It must take after God's vision of: once married, is eternally married: where divorce is a spiritual illogicality which has no locus standi in the heavenly assizes. A proof of the fact that a member of the Church is eternally born again. ".....I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it" [Matthew 16:18]. God had put all necessary ingredients of marital success into the crafting of Adam. He was God's disseminator of the oracular afflatus. God cannot lose. He must have His own desire. Jesus, therefore, got back His bride in Eve, the mother of the living. After the temptation, Adam's wife was able to distinguish between faithfulness of the LORD God and the shenanigan device of the Devil, having been fed with his beguilement. She had learnt her lessons. Eve made her wise choice.Read More

WHY EVE STUCK TO ADAM (one)

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The magnetic pulchritude that the femininity of this newly created one, in God's hand, created an electrifying effect that turned Adam, the man, into the first rap artiste. He could not hide the euphoric ecstasy as he rapped, "This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man" of Genesis 2:23. 'Bone,' in this verse is ‛etsem (eh'tsem): 'a bone (as strong); by extension the body; figuratively the substance, that is, (as pronoun) selfsame; essence.' Adam saw an essential part of him in this oomph of an extraordinary being. 'Flesh' is: bâśâr (baw-sawr'): 'flesh (from its freshness); by extension body, person; also (by euphemism) the pudenda of a man.' Adam saw himself afresh in this woman, which brings us to 2Corinthians 5:17, "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new" where 'new' means fresh. She prefigured the Christian vessel of redemption.Read More

Conjugal Gist (8)

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I am not being chauvinistic in my assertion that, "It's a man's world." Every entity of the Homo sapiens emanates from a family, whose headship must be the male of the conjugal relationship, whether responsible or totally irresponsible. At his death, the woman takes over. 'House,' bayith (bah'-yith) is a masculine noun, meaning 'a house (in the greatest variation of applications, especially family, home etc.' Remember also that the wife, 'ishshâh, speaks of a circle that protects the husband, 'ı̂ysh?Read More

Conjugal Gist (7)

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"Upon this rock I will build my church;" Jesus told Peter whose name is defined as 'a piece of rock,' in its Greek rendition of petros. 'Rock,' in the same verse, is 'petra,' which is a boulder –a rock as huge as the rock of Gibraltar. Jesus is the 'Rock of ages.' Peter, like any other Christian, is a stone, used in the building of the glorious Church. The Church is strictly God's business. Will God allow Lucifer to prevail against His business, the Church? Certainly not! This is what the conjugal gist is all about.Read More

Conjugal Gist (6)

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Marriage is a serious business. God used it to trap Lucifer for a divine judgment in the Garden of Eden. Sacrificial lambs were killed to save the first couple all because the bride of Christ will be saved. The fruit of the womb that came from the demeritorious union of the fallen angels and women of the earth was sheer wickedness, intended not only to mock God’s institution, but to block the coming of the Lord Jesus by polluting the earth with satanic Frankenstein of half-angels, half-human freaks of mischief. God, in His own wisdom, had no choice but to annihilate the destructive plot against His bride. For the actuation of this conjugal gist Christ came to woo His Bride. Finding her unsuitable for celestial citizenry He had to succumb to the substitutionary, gory death of the cross of Calvary. He rose up for the rejuvenation of the holy bride. Eve’s evil deed was undone. Amen! He ascended to heaven, paving the way for our elevation above the angels of God’s celestial assizes. At His session, we were provided a seat at the right side of the Majesty. Today the bride of Jesus, the Church, is the mystical body of Him on earth. Jesus left His body on earth to engender His holy presence and worship. Amen!Read More

Conjugal Gist (5)

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Commit your life to her pleasure: that is what Jesus did. Have regard for your wife. Try not to forget that she is a weaker vessel. Give your wife things. Do things for her pleasure. She is not your slave or your servant just because you paid money called bride price to her parents. She has equal standing with you before Almighty God. What if she has wilfully decided to make things worse for you, her husband? Forgive her: for she knows not what she is doing. Jesus forgave those who despitefully used and consequently murdered Him! Take the disobedient matter to Jesus, the Head of your spousal designation. One of the things your husband cannot do is the introduction of another deity worship. He cannot tell you not to go to Church. If he should tell you to act in a way that is antipodal to God’s express word, you have every right, before His Almightiness, to repudiate his instruction. He cannot tell you not to pray. He has no right to cheat on you by engaging in an illicit extramarital affairs. The Bible has a name for this act: adultery. It is idolatrous.Read More

Conjugal Gist (4)

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A “Deeper Life Christian Church” member friend of mine teaches that the husband is like the President, and the wife actually, is the Prime Minister (of a parliamentary system of government) in the home. The husband, according to my friend’s understanding, is only the presidential figure head in the family. The wife is the executive power wielding Prime Minister! How can anybody teach this in the scriptural face of 1Corinthians 11:8-10? It is, whether anyone likes it or not, a man’s world, and this is not the thinking of chauvinism. Let the man run the family. Assist him spiritually. Jesus is more than ready to help you Mrs. Adam. This is a reason why I have always asseverated that marriage is designed only for Christians. Amen. The woman cannot take the role of the man, in the marriage. It is tantamount to a coup d'état. It takes the family back to the evil machination of satanic intrusion. Jesus, as we all know, is a man. HIS human representation in that family is the husband. It says, “submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord." The adverb ‘as’ is: hos (hoce) meaning: ‘which how, i.e. in that manner (very variously used, as follows).’ As the Church submits, spiritually, to Christ, so is she to submit to her own husband’s decisions.Read More

Conjugal Gist (3)

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'Love' is the Greek agapaō (ag-ap-ah'-o) 'to love (in a social or moral sense).' Agapaō is the verbal construction of the famous agapē (ag-ah'-pay) kind of love. Agapē is defined by one man of God as: "A love called out of the heart of a lover on account of the value he has placed on the object of his love." The love of the husband towards his wife is that of sheer commitment. Love is not a feeling. It is a committed state of being. A long time ago when I heard Pastor W. F. Kumuyi of Deeper Life Christian Church, taught that: "even if your wife is a witch, you must love your wife," I shook my head with a vigorous objection, followed by a resounding, "No!! How can?" Now that I have known the Bible so well, I do agree, one hundred and fifty percent, with Pastor Kumuyi. The sons of the man of the Eden Garden have every reason to journey into a reminiscing of the woman's plunging of mankind into sin. He is very likely to think that a love commitment to this wife could derail him.Read More

Conjugal Gist (2)

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Marriage is a commitment. It is God's business. The sagacious and matured are the expected ones in this venture, till death do them part. A momentous occasion is the seriousness when the nuptial knots get tied. It is an absolute mockery of God's institutionalised wedlock, when a Christ-less couple decides to marry. Marriage is all about Jesus and His espoused Church. It is for this espousal that He went to the gory cross. It will take only the ones born from above -of the Holy Spirit- to understand the convolutionary vicissitudes targeted at the union by the enemy. 2Corinthians 1:21-22, "Now he which stablisheth us with you in Christ, and hath anointed us, is God; 22) Who hath also sealed us, and given the earnest of the Spirit in our hearts."Read More

ADAM WAS NOT DECEIVED; SO WHAT HAPPENED (four)?

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Adam was not deceived *4**      The Devil could not conceal his devious intention in Luke 4:5-7. 5) “And the devil, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. 6) And the devil said unto him, All this power will I give thee,...Read More

ADAM WAS NOT DECEIVED; SO WHAT HAPPENED (three)?

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My imagination has raced me to the state of our pristine dad if he had not received and eaten of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. He would have been separated from the woman of sin. It is either God would have to come to her like He did, to save Cain, and be cleansed for a marital reunion, or gone away with Lucifer to build the city of sin, and be populated by the half-man, half-angel giants of the antediluvian age. But for an extant, sinless Adam it would have been a glorious spectacle! 76e74b93e79bd23514a6a0b909dfe09b I see the sinless Adam busily at the business of his Father, and overseeing it. I see him as the unbelievable architect of engineering constructions.Read More

ADAM WAS NOT DECEIVED; SO WHAT HAPPENED (two)?

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Your peregrination through the valley of the shadow of death, Adam, was beyond your league. How could you deign to plunge into an embarkation of such odyssey? When David, in the 23rd Psalm, penned "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil:" it was based on the understanding of: "for the LORD art with me." David was not alone in the trek. Was Jesus alone in the descent into the darkness of the unknown valley of Hades? No! Christ, the uncreated Messiah, was his obbligato accompaniment. Read More

ADAM WAS NOT DECEIVED; SO WHAT HAPPENED?

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God did put everything in his hands and under his control; it is just sad that the man threw all caution to the winds of carelessness. Adam was created to crush any opposition to the word of God. He should have tied the invading ophidism of Lucifer in knots and flung away. Four is the scriptural number of creation. On the fourth day was the creation of the lights of earthly illumination. Adam was sentiently and intelligently endowed, as the federal head of humanity. So, what happened to him? An unnecessary risk beckoned on him for a ride into obliquity. Stupidly, he decided upon this embarkation. Our pristine dad did not embrace the wisdom of God. He, unexpectedly, played God.Read More

The Mystery Of Wedlock (1st part)

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The exclusiveness of the erection of a female for the man's use highlights the legality of the union. The word 'made', in Hebrew, is bânâh (baw-naw') in the book of Genesis 2:22 "And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man." Bânâh is an architectural term which means: 'to build, rebuild, establish, cause to continue, to build a house (i.e., establish a family).' Remember Jesus' divine promise of Matthew 16:18, "....I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." The woman is God's own building. She is God's property; an institution created for the portrayal of God's faithfulness.Read More