The American Wisdom Series

Pamphlet #1069

Eve was not just any women, was she? She had a special purpose, as did Adam.
By: John Rhine

Creation of the many different races - mankind (male and female)

Genesis 1:27 So God created man (adham mankind) in his own image,

in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.

This creation recorded in Chapter 1 of Genesis describes the creation of mankind; male and female.
This is not a description of the two individuals; Adam and Eve being formed!
No, It's a description of all the races being created (red, yellow, black, and white).

Genesis 1:31  And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day. 

forming of two individuals
- Adam and his help meet Eve

Genesis 2:7 And the LORD God formed man ( 'eth-ha adham the individual man) of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.

Genesis 2:18 And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone;

I will make him an help meet for him.
[21] And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam and he slept: and he took one of his ribs,
 and closed up the flesh instead thereof;
[22] And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man,
made he a woman, and brought her unto the man.
[23] And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman
because she was taken out of Man.
This description recorded in Chapter 2 of Genesis
describes the forming of one particular man and one particular woman; Adam and Eve. Note: I call it the eighth day only because it happened after God's day of rest; how long after, the Bible doesn't say. I also am not sure why God chose the white race for this, Ill be sure to ask Him when I get to heaven.
It is from the pure pedigree seed of these two individuals that the savior of all mankind, including all the races, will be born.

That is why Satan seduced Eve in the garden;
in order to try and contaminate this newly formed pure line of humans
from which Jesus would descend.

You say, "John, I never heard of such a thing!"
Well, let's look closely at what happened starting on the sixth day .

We now come to the sixth day as described in Genesis chapter 1. Six is the number of man.

Genesis 1:24 And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind,
cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so.

[25] And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that it was good.

This is the restocking of the earth with wild beasts, water buffalo, elephants, tigers and what have you.
You won't find any milk cows in this group!
[26] And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air
 and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and
 over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.

This is God placing mankind back on the earth after Lucifer's Flood;
all men having been previously removed, when the first earth was destroyed following Lucifer/Satan's fall.

The difference is; this time mankind will have flesh and blood bodies like the animal kingdom.
In this way God will teach all of mankind to appreciate the life of his soul by personally experiencing physical death just as they witnessed animals die in the first earth age, dinosaurs, mastodons, etc.

Live Links to=> The Age of the Dinosaurs
and The Pre-Adamic World

These Genesis 1:26 mankind are hunters and gathers.

The Hebrew word translated "man" in Genesis chapter 1 is "adham". In the manuscripts it is not preceded by the definite article 'eth and so it does not refer to a specific person, i.e. the word "adham" means human being or mankind, and no gender is implied.

 This is an extremely important point to understand in order that you may fully comprehend the events in the next few chapters. If you have a Companion Bible it will document it for you.

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And so God said, let "us" make mankind in "our" image.
The words "us" and "our" refer back to Elohim,
which is to say God and the host of heaven, or God and the angels, 
who of course, are us, 
before we come to earth as humans in animal bodies for this 2nd earth age

It does not say that man just looks like God only, does it?
Keep that in mind as we continue.

Let's look back for a minute; just before God creates mankind.
To whom is He speaking?
He says, "Let us make man in our image", "after our likeness", to look just like us.

Now think hard. Do you suppose that you look like yourself?
As you did, in the first earth age, before you were born in the flesh?
I'll bet you do!

[27] So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him;male and female created he them (plural, all the races included).
On the sixth day God created mankind, the different races, the ethnos.
And He created them male and female!

Was this before " 'eth-ha Adham " and his help meet Eve were formed?
Yes it was!
This was the sixth day.
The man we call Adam was formed on a later day and we haven't gotten there yet.

So hang in here!
However, you now know the answer to a question that often puzzles ministers and even scholars,
"When Cain was sent forth into the land of Nod, it says he took a wife.
Where in the world did she come from?"
The answer is simple, she was of the sixth day creation.

[28] And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth,
and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air,
and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.
One of the preliminary requirements for understanding the Bible
is that we learn to read what is written, as it is written,
and not assume that it aligns or conforms with "tradition", i.e. what we think it says.

Did you catch the word "replenish" when you read verse 28?
I know I missed it for many years and my mind read "plenish".

Editor's Note: Incidentally, it is words like this which were correctly translated replenish in the 1611 King James version of your Bible, that the Bible revisionists of these 20th. and 21st. centuries have to change in order to justify Satan's version of scripture.

I ask, do you think "The Holy Spirit" had anything  to do with making sure the translators of the original 1611 King James Bible understood Isaiah 14: 12-14, Jer. 4:25, Ezek. 28:17, and 2 Peter 3:5,7 & 13 before they translated Genesis 1:28 to say "re-fill".
Peter declares that there are three heaven and earth ages in 2 Peter 3:
1) The world that then was, which perished, Verse 5
2) the heaven and earth which is now,  Verse 7 and
3) the new heaven and new earth age to come. Verse 13

When Peter described the overflowed earth where the world perished  he was describing "Lucifer's Flood" which happened between Gen. 1:1 and Gen. 1:2.

What about Lucifer, the fallen angel  (Satan). Isaiah 14: 12-14 tells us that Lucifer fell from heaven, was cut down to the ground (earth)  which weakened the nations!        Why? Because he wanted to ascend into heaven and exalt his throne above the heights of the clouds and be the most High. 

Caution! Caution! Caution! The new corrupted Bibles in verse 12, The New International Version and The New Revised Version, among others, do not identify Lucifer as this angel which fell from heaven.  See Live Link to=> the "Famine is Coming" In it we explain why they left his name out.

Read Ezekiel 28:11-19.
When did this happen?  Ezekiel saw Lucifer cast to the ground before Kings, in Ezek. 28:17, and all that know him among the people shall be astonished, in verse 19. It must have been before the six days of God's activity, in between  Genesis 1:1 & 2 because he was already a fallen angel in the garden of Eden.

Lucifer (Satan) must have had a kingdom here on earth and it must have been between Gen. 1:1 and Gen. 1:2. Were there men in his kingdom? He weakened the nations Isaiah 14:12.  At no place in the Bible does God refer to nations except to nations made up of us, i.e. whether as spirit beings, i.e. sons of God, or as human beings, i.e. sons of man.

And Jeremiah, in Jer. 4:25, Where he saw no men, when he saw the earth as it was in Gen. 1:2. In verse 26 he says all the cities were broken down by the fierce anger of the Lord.  That happened during "Lucifer's Flood"At no time since Genesis 1:26 has this earth age been without men; And Cain built the first city of this earth age in Genesis 4:17!

Speaking of Bible revisionists Log unto and read (Live Link to)- The Famine is Coming

Sorry for the long sidetrip, but you, like the 1611 translators did, need to also understand!

Now back to "Eve was not just any women"

To replenish the earth is to populate it once again,
for it had been populated in the world that was!

Now that too makes sense! 

Our 21st. century scientists sure have a problem with this. They can't find any man's bones from the time when dinosaurs roamed this earth. My guess is they too should become Bible students and learn that man was not in a flesh and blood animal type bodies during the first earth age. We were in spirit (angelic celestial) bodies. We had No bones in that 1st earth age, so of course they won't find bones. They should read their Bibles instead of books written by other men who also do not understand.
They even, in their stupidity, think the monkeys who left their bones behind,  which they do find,
must be our ancestors

And they think they're so smart.
 If they wanted real wisdom,
they'd read their Bibles

Notice also, that God gave the sixth day man dominion over the fish of the sea, the fowl of the air,
 and the entire wild kingdom.

And so they became hunters and fishers.

However, conspicuously absent from this account
is any mention of farming and/or tilling the ground.


Keep reading!

Genesis 1:30 And God saw every thing that he had made,and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.

Now that we are reading the scriptures much more closely than we used to,
we notice that this creation of mankind, of the races,
was not just pronounced "good", it was pronounced "very good".

Next we notice God resting on the seventh day (How long would that be anyway?).
One day is as one thousand years for the Lord. See 2 Peter 3:8

The heavens and the earth "which are now" (2 Pet. 3:7) were finished,
and all the "host" of them.
Look up the word "host" in your Strong's concordance if you have one (and you should).
The Hebrew word is tsaba and it means a "mass of people, in waiting", i.e. us, after having been pulled off the 1st earth before God destroyed it. (between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2.
The newly restructured heavens and earth are finished
and the sons of God await their turn to "pass through this earth age", in a flesh body, born of woman.

Mankind would be going forth and replenishing the earth during this seventh day,
this millennium [1000 years] of rest.

No, silly Christian, God did not rest because He was tired; He rested to give the races some time to "replenish" the earth before He formed the individual man Adam and his help meet Eve.

Then on the another day, one following the seventh day, which we will call the eighth day only because the Bible describes it after describing God's day of rest, we shall meet the great, great, great..... grandparents of Jesus Christ.

Now, you will find that in just about every commentary of the Bible extant,
that the creation which follows is presented as a parenthetical insertion,
a more detailed account of the creation of man which we read of in chapter 1 beginning in verse 26. My guess is, those commentators haven't read their Bibles enough to have any idea what was happening!

This false assumption will lead to great difficulty in explaining
how it is that in chapter one the animals are created first, then man,
while here in chapter two man is formed first and then the animals .

Like God forgot from chapter one to chapter two what He did first! 

You would be surprised at the many different explanations you get for that,
from preachers who haven't
read their Bible either!

I take that back. Maybe they gave it a quick once through and called that good enoughBut it is not; You have to study Scripture, using a good concordance, looking up Hebrew words to make sure you have the correct meaning, (You will miss seeing some words in the first reading) You must read your Bible over and over, comparing Scripture to Scripture until the Holy Spirit, all of a sudden opens your eyes, 
and you seeThen you say to yourself, "That's so clear, why  didn't I see that before?"

Editor's Note: By all means make sure that when comparing Scripture to Scripture you are using a good Strong's concordance and the original 1611 King James Version of the Bible and not one of the newer corrupted versions.  Log unto and read this: It explains why we say what we say. Live Link to- "The Famine has started"  We recommend the Companion Bible because Readers of The Companion Bible are put in possession of information denied to former generations of translators, commentators, critics, and general Bible students. "The Massorah"  You will find more information on "The Massorah" in Appendix 30 of The Companion Bible. And of course the resent Kenite revisionists intensionally ignore it because their intention is to corrupt the Word of Truth.

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Now back to our study:

Which is it?

Man first or animals first?

The answer is BOTH.

There are two separate actions.
We begin to "see" in the next verse.

Genesis 2:5 And every plant of the field before it was in the earth,
and every herb of the field before it grew:
for the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth,
and there was not a man to till the ground.
Do you recall in Chapter 1 there was no mention, whatsoever, of a farmer,
a man to till the ground and plant seeds?
The sixth day man was given dominion over the fowl of the air and the fish of the sea.
There were only hunters and fishers.

And so here on the eighth day, following God's day of rest (1000 year Sabbath),
God says that He has "no man to till the ground".

It is significant that eight, in Biblical numerics, means "new beginnings",
because God is about to form a new man for a very, very special purpose.

[6] But there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground.

[7] And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground,

and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.
There are several important things to notice in this verse:

First, the Hebrew word for "formed" is yatsar, meaning to "mould" or "form" as a potter.

It is not the same word as "created" in Gen. 1:26, which is bara.

Secondly (and this is crucial to our understanding), the word "man" used here is " 'eth-ha adham ",

with the article and particle, and means "this same man Adam".
It means a specific man, not mankind in general.

Lastly, we see God "breathed" into Adam's nostrils the "breath of life".

Note: The word translated "breathed" is naphach, which means to "inflate",
as in He inflated Adam's lungs.
But the word translated "breath" is neshamah, which means
"divine inspiration", "intellect", "soul" or "spirit".

So God not only inflated Adam's lungs with "air",
but placed in him his "breath of life body", i.e. his spiritual body (angelic/celestial body).

The apostle Paul makes it very clear in 1 Cor. 15 that we now have a flesh body (terrestrial bodies) and we will have a spiritual body (celestial bodies).after our resurrection from the dead,
and so did Adam have both bodies when God was finished forming him.

I would speculate that Adam also had his memory of the first earth age restored again, but the Bible doesn't say that. After he and Eve sinned I suspect that memory was removed again, so he once more became like us; with out memory of our 1st earth age life.

Note: We were called men even during the first earth age while in our (celestial bodies) before we were placed in our flesh and blood bodies (terrestrial bodies) during this earth age. And we will still be called men after we are resurrected (reborn) again into our (celestial bodies) spiritual bodies.

[8] And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden;
and there he put the man whom he had formed.
God did not tell this "man" to go forth and replenish the earth,
like he told mankind in Chapter 1, did He?

Instead, He prepared a special garden and in it placed this "same man Adam", whom He had formed.

[15] And the LORD God took the man(singular), and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.
Our Father now has a man to till the ground, an husbandman, a gardener.
His name is Adam and he is given charge to dress and maintain Eden.

We are on adifferent day after God's day of rest. I often call it the eighth day only because it is described, in the Bible, after the seventh day.      (It probably was 1000 years later. The Bible doesn't tell us that) see 2 Peter 3:8
But, God has just formed (not created as in chapter one) a special man to "till the ground"
and has placed him in the garden of Eden to dress it and keep it.

Why this special forming of another man?
Because it would be through this man, 'eth ha adham,
and his soon to be formed wife, Eve,
that the Messiah, who is God Himself, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, would be born.
It was God's plan from the beginning, to come to earth Himself, to provide a way for all of mankind to salvage their soul from ending along with Satan's soul in the Lake of Fire.

And so, we better be prepared to expect
that Satan will try his best to thwart this plan of God
and to destroy this woman and her offspring!
If we keep this objective
(to destroy the seed line of Christ)

in mind throughout the Old Testament, as we read it,
we will better understand the events that took place,
like when king Abimelech took Sarah, after Abraham told him that she was his sister,
and when Judah took "foreign" wives, and produced "non-qualified" offspring, etc.

Let's now look in on Adam and see how he is doing.

Genesis 2:18 And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone;
I will make him an help meet for him(singular).
[19] And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field,
and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them:
and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.
These are the domestic animals, or better said,
the "farm animals" that were formed to compliment the "man to till the ground"
whom our Father had just formed.

You will find, if you care to check it out, that in chapter 1 verse 24,
God brought forth the beasts of the "earth", erets in Hebrew,
meaning the "earth at large" or "wilderness", i.e. the wild animals.

But here in chapter 2 verse 19 he formed every beast of the "field", sadeh in Hebrew,
meaning "country" or "field", i.e. field animals or farm animals.

Once again, notice that these animals were formed AFTER the man was formed
whereas in chapter one the wild animals were created BEFORE mankind.

Yep!, These were separate acts.

[20] And Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air,
and to every beast of the field(farm animals); but for Adam there was not found an help meet for him.
[21] And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam and he slept:
and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof;
 The Hebrew word translated "rib" is tsela, and it is derived from the root word tsala,
which means "curve", not rib.
[22] And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from man, made he a woman,
and brought her unto the man.
Maybe the "curve" taken from Adam was in fact his DNA!

Isn't God's Word exciting?

Very often, not much in the way of details is supplied to an event or occurrence,
leaving us free to speculate and use good common sense.

                [23] And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh:

she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.

God's plan is for Jesus, He, God Himself, to be the savior of all mankind, to descend from this newly formed pure human stock.

Wow! Are we saying that the males and females
from the sixth day creation are no longer pure?

Read Genesis 6:1-4 and realize that these sixth day humans
have been procreating for one thousand years, but they had visitors.

That's right, not all of us, sons of God waited our turn to be born of water!

That's why God placed these two newly formed people,
farmer [Adam] along with women [Eve], his help mate,
in a garden to til the earth.

God did not want this man roaming around the country side, hunting and gathering,
meeting and mating with females from the sixth day creation?

Not because they were any better then people from the sixth day creation but God needed to keep a peoples of pure pedigree stock available from which Christ would be born.  Of no contamination by fallen angels!

No wonder Satan seduced Eve in the fig grove!

No wonder one of Eve's bi-paternal twins was evil and murdered the other.

Bi-paternal twins (Scientifically termed: Heteropaternal superfecundation) occurs when a mother has more than one egg available for fertilization, while having sex with more than one man around the same period of time

It took another flood [Noah's flood]
to help preserve the pure line from Seth [Adams second son] up to and until Mary,
the mother of Jesus was born,
but it did happen.

Jesus, The Christ, was born to a virgin
who descended directly from Adam and Eve
uncontaminated by Satan
or any other of us sons of God who left our first estate,

by coming to earth, out of turn, and fathering children
without first being born of water [the womb].

Since all sixth day females were created [did not come from man]
and half of Eve's female descendants [Cain's offspring]
did not come from man [Adam],
but from another son of God [Satan], or another fallen angel.
it is a pretty sure thing that not one woman
[as women is defined in Genesis 2:23]
exists on earth today.
Don't feel bad girls, I'm pretty sure no pure blood male descendant of Adam exists today, either!

John's Note: The Bible distinguishes between "sons of God" and "sons of man"; "sons of God" being us while still in celestial, angelic bodies, as in prior to and during the 1st earth age; and "sons of man"  being us in our flesh and blood, terrestrial bodies, as we are now in.  Even Jesus Himself, refers to Himself as a Son of God when appropriate and son of man when He is talking about His flesh and blood earthly being.

Special note from the author: I grew up and learned to know the Lord in a evangelical Christian church and came away from that church believing that I never existed until being conceived and born into this flesh and blood life to my earth mother. Boy, was I ever wrong, did they teach me that? I'm not sure; That was fifty, sixty, seventy years ago. But I am sure of one thing. Most Christian churches today are afraid to teach anything, someone sitting there in a pew might find offense with. Membership roles, the offering plate, etc. keep them from teaching us the Bible as written; book by book, chapter, by chapter, verse by verse, precept upon precept; Rightly dividing the Word of Truth!  

If you don't agree with what I just said. I pray you will log unto and read the following study with the Holy Spirit's guidance Live Link to- study #7027    Because, Christian, If you are going to get any benefit from reading your Bible, you had better have Christ spit on your eyes like the blind man from Bethsaida.

For the sake of your eternal life you need to be able to 
"See Men as Trees Walking"

To study the Bible is the noblest of all pursuits; to understand it, the highest of all goals.
We pray that with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, you accomplish both.

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