10 And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads.
9 And out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
8 And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed.
I watched men try to explain vs 10, Gen.2; They wrote their long answer in the flesh, 10 paragraphs of BS. How could a river come out of a garden and split into 4 heads? Sound like a science fiction movie. These are the same kingsmen that try to convince me that they know who Christ is. They also tell me that they know who God is. Which is weird because John himself even said, no one has ever seen the face of God. They are kingsmen talking in the flesh. I talk to you in the Spirit so you may learn, I bring light on the Word to bring you out of darkness to ascend into the light.
This has to do with the challenge I put up on my front page which no one has answered yet. Three in the fire and one shadow.
If you look at vs. 8 the LORD God put man in a garden eastward of Eden. He put one man there. It is a known fact that man has one head, one mind. What 4 things come from the mind of any kingsmen, and the four heads, that cover the world?
- Belief in gods or goddesses
The man who ascended into heaven sits in the garden east of Eden. He is the man that has the mind of Christ. vs. 8 that burned in the fires of Nebuchadnezzar and was unscathed.
You can descend in the flesh but somewhere along your walk you will have to make a choice descend into the flesh an die or ascend in the Spirit with one head, one belief, one mind, one heart. One King of the Kings one chosen, one adopted. If you kingsmen of the altars descend into the flesh then you are like the tower of Babel. You have four heads that cover your known world like the beast that came from the SEAS. You are killing the minds of the children from the altars in the Northern and Southern Kingdoms. Leave my daughters alone are;
you are calling down the armies of Christ upon your head.