“I planted a garden east in Eden and an enemy came and planted weeds in it”.
V9 “And out of the ground made The Lord G-D to grow every tree tat 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.”
The Lord God told Adam and Eve if they ate of the fruit of the two trees in the midst of the garden they would surely die. The adamahs of Eden had no desire to eat from the fruit of the two trees in the midst of the garden and The Lord G-D walked with them there.
Jesus of Nazareth taught the disciples when speaking as The Word of G-D, “I planted a garden east in Eden and and enemy came and planted weeds in it”. The enemy Jesus of Nazareth is speaking of is HaSatan, the serpent, who was Lucifer, the cherub that covered the throne of G-D. The weeds carry the seeds of rebellion.
But why did Jesus use the parable of the weeds when teaching the disciples about the garden? What qualities do weeds have that can be used to understand the consequences of rebellion and fall of adamah man? Lets look at the definition of weeds to begin answering those questions.
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These posts are set in place and in order by The Lord G-d over a decade ago. If you are not appreciating a certain topic perhaps a look at why those topics are not ones you want to see could be beneficial to your soul. The topics are always moving forward. Perhaps the next one will be more to your liking.