Where was Adam

Yesterday while viewing different questions I came across one that really stuck with me:Where was Adam when Eve sinned? So I left my computer to do some thinking and praying.But God does not always give me answers right away,but He does always answer.So first thing this morning I heard His Spirit speaking:Adam was there because the two were now one,like the Trinity Father,Son & Holy Spirit.God is so awesome and the way He sees things we really cannot even grasp them unless the Holy Spirit gives us light.That’s where a lot of unbelievers get confused trying to understand God’s word with there carnal minds,and because it makes no sense to them it cannot be true.The truth is as God’s word says it is and You must accept it by Faith otherwise you will start to make up whatever you think is right or fall into the lies of others.That’s why I believe there are so many confused people in the world,you know Jesus is Real but you don’t want to Bow down because of change.But change is good especially with Jesus as your Saviour because He will help you to change with nudges or(like with me,bricks)but it’s all good,because He is the “Greatest Comforter” so you can’t lose with Jesus He is the “Best”. And as you grow God will open His word up to an even greater understanding,like what He gave me(and more)it means a whole lot to me.I will continue to pray for the unsaved for knowing Jesus is very important,and for my Sister’s and Brother’s as well as for myself for we all have room for more growth.I am new to Bloging and I am enjoying this.Praise God

Love in Christ

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2 thoughts on “Where was Adam

  1. Yeah, Adam was right there with Eve. “Gen 3:6 So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was to be desired to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate, and she also gave some to her husband who was with her, and he ate.” I’ve always wondered about that. God had specifically commanded Adam not to eat from that tree. Not only did he disobey, he stood there and watched Eve eat knowing that God said that they would surely die of they ate from it.

  2. “I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.” (John 16:12)

    These words were true when Jesus first spoke them to His disciples before His crucifixion and resurrection, and I believe that they are ever true for us. As we grow and mature in the Faith, we get to where we can understand more and more of what He has to tell us. The Holy Spirit is the One Who turns the light on inside of us, causing us to understand His precious Word. It truly is “foolishness” to those who do not know Him, but to us it is the power of God unto Salvation (1 Corinthians 1:18).

    Love ya, Pat, great post! God bless you.

    In Christ,

    Loren

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