Experiencing the first creation in its original purpose. How a child is to be born, how a woman is to give birth, how its process was supposed to be in its sinless innocent state at the Beginning of Adam and Eva. Such innocence vanished due to disobedience, its sin. Never the woman experienced the delight of childbirth, never did she conceive purely, never did she give birth as the Creator always meant her to give. Sin has stolen this blessing from her. Now she was to give birth in severe pain. Now her pregnancy would be difficult, heavy, and painful pangs were her lot at birth.
Because of her sin.
An act of abundant and exceeding grace has reached mankind, as the Creator, by an act of His love and will; erased the sin from the blood of the Woman. He created her pure, spotless to the drop of the first blood. Down the history of mankind, He erased every trace of sin from within her, and once again, the Woman was pure, innocent and truly in the first creation, as God originally intended her to be.
She now had to live on Earth, and like Eva, she had to ward off the snake during her life. Where Eva yielded and gave birth to sin due her free will choice, the Woman avoided, turned, veered off from the landmine of temptation set against her. By her free will choice, she willed to obey God and resist the snake.
Like this, she won grace upon grace within her vessel, her body, soul and spirit. Ultimately, the Woman regained the blessing of childbirth as was originally meant at the beginning. Painless, unburdensome, pure, light pregnancy. Her pure spotless and sinless blood nourished the child within her, as secretly the Maker was creating a new creation within her womb. A child.
Sin places a woman in escalating and surpassing pains, sinless-ness and purity, gains a painless birth.
Originally the first couple created in an ever state of virginity, as of the Angels above. Virginity reigned in the Kingdom of God and thus, in virginity of body and soul, a new creation is birthed. A union of heart and soul under the mysteries of God, creating a new child in a chaste womb.
The Woman blessed from above, has thus conceived and thus gave birth. Ever Virgin. Body unbroken and pure, unharmed by birth pains. The way God intended women to give birth finally happened, through Mary, who became the Second Eva; redeeming the lost role of Eva, the first mother of all creation.
The child, her son, is Adam, the Second Adam.
Die to his own free will choice, Adam took the fruit and joined in the sin of disobedience, thus the crown from his head [was] taken off from him. He too, had lost his blessing.
Like the first Adam, the Man had to ward off the snake and his temptations. Each time he came to tempt, the Man resisted the evil will and its flesh, thus winning favor with his God, and staying in his original blessing of obedience and love for His Father and God. What Adam has lost in the garden, the Man has regained during his life, as he lived a sinless life by his own free will choice.
Both the Man and the Woman walked the Earth warding off, avoiding, and veering the pits of hell to make them fall out of grace. What the first couple failed to do, the second spotless couple regained it and restored it, by their will and love for God.
However, behind them, was humanity, that still had the spot of sin in their blood. The First Creation had to be redeemed… For that was His will, to redeem what was lost. A sacrifice had to be made due to their crime and misdeed toward their God and Maker.
To redeem the first couple, the Son, the Man, Head over all creation – had to pay the full price. To redeem Eva, the Woman had to co-join in the sacrifice.
Suddenly, the darkest evil befalls the Man, the Son; as the Woman, a sword pierces her soul simultaneously. He vanished. Crushed, broken, and covered in terrible wounds. His blood traces its way to the feet of two people covered in all black. Adam and Eva stood silent in the garden with tears welling up. Their hearts cried in silence, tearing apart, while gazing at this sacrifice before them. They who were naked, saw the naked Christ dead before them, to atone instead of them.
“Through Adam, all sinned,” [Romans 5:12], thus, as Adam is redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb, the Son, the Man – all descendants of Adam are redeemed. Washed clean of the tar of sin, they are restored to their original state.
The Garden is now redeemed.
As a Man, men had to pay to cost for themselves. But unable to pay the debt, the Son paid it for them. The Son, paid it all. The Son, although in human flesh, He was God. A flash of light emanates from Him, stronger and stronger. The bloody arm laid on the ground lifeless, began to elevate, and in a blast of light – the dead body transfigures into a living person all in white, shining and glorious in appearance. Yahweh, their Lord and Creator stood before them with His arm outstretched. The King, God, the Second Adam has regained the lost crown of Mankind; with the Queen adorned to His left in garments of Glory, as her whole life she bowed down to the Man, submitted, obeyed, loved, and adored the Man she was entrusted with. The Man, her God the Creator Himself. “This is woman, for she came from my bone!” [Genesis 2:23]. Under his wing, she lived devoutly until death. Now risen and glorious in life, because with God, nobody dies.
Now alive, pure and restored.
As in Christ all are restored, so in Christ, all are born again. What was lost, has been redeemed. They now live. They now await the fullness of their redemption. The time when their dead bodies will also elevate and be transfigured into glorious bodies and states. For as He is, so shall they be. In the meantime, the body is at war with the Spirit on the way to sanctity. The Man and Savior, feeding the souls with His own pure body and sinless blood, so they too, would rise above the snares, curb the flesh, avoid the pits of hell and resist the devil. So that by their own free will choice, they will be cultivated in the likeness of their God, until they are fully like Him, the Son of God, who makes all things new!
“This story of redemption is too wonderful to be true” some would think. But that’s exactly what it is, that’s exactly who He is! And it is true.
Discernment: Holy Spirit (both pages)