What Happens Next To The First Humans

{My input} Sunday, January 31, 2016

Today’s daily text:

Just as the Father taught me, I speak these things. This is taken from John 8:28. The whole scripture tells us: “Jesus then said: “After you have lifted up the Son of man, then you will know that I am he and that I do nothing of my own initiative; but just as the Father taught me, I speak these things.”

Noah’s sons helped their father build the ark, and then they went into it. Genesis 7:1, 7 tells us: “After that Jehovah said to Noah: “Go into the ark, you and all your household, because you are the one I have found to be righteous before me among this generation. So Noah, along with his sons, his wife, and his sons’ wives, went into the ark ahead of the floodwaters.” Because they valued what they had received through him, they had the privilege of helping to preserve the human race and reestablish true worship on a cleansed earth. Genesis 8:20 tells us: “Then Noah built an altar to Jehovah and took some of all the clean animals and of all the clean flying creatures and offered burnt offerings on the altar.” Genesis 9:18, 19 tells us: “Noah’s sons who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Ja’pheth. Ham later became the father of Ca’naan. These three were Noah’s sons, and all the earth’s population came from them and spread abroad.” Hananiah, Mishael, Azariah, and Daniel were taken to Babylon in 617 B.C.E. They could easily have just blended into the Babylonian way of life. But they did not. It is apparent from their actions that they remembered their heritage, what they had been taught. The four were richly blessed for adhering to the spiritual lessons they had learned when they were young. Daniel 1:8, 11-15, 20 tells us: “But Daniel resolved in his heart that he would not defile himself with the king’s delicacies or with the wine he drank. So he asked the principal court official for permission not to defile himself in this way. But Daniel said to the guardian whom the principal court official had appointed over Daniel, Han·a·niʹah, Mishʹa·el, and Az·a·riʹah: “Please, test your servants for ten days, and let us be given some vegetables to eat and water to drink; then compare our appearance with the appearance of the youths who are eating the king’s delicacies, and deal with your servants according to what you see.” So he agreed to their proposal and tested them for ten days. At the end of ten days their appearance was better and healthier than all the youths who were eating the king’s delicacies. In every matter requiring wisdom and understanding that the king would ask them about, he found them ten times better than all the magic-practicing priests and the conjurers in his entire realm.” Jesus received much from his Father, and he truly valued it. And it was his desire that others benefit from what he had received. Luke 4:18, 43 tells us: ““Jehovah’s spirit is upon me, because he anointed me to declare good news to the poor. He sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and a recovery of sight to the blind, to send the crushed ones away free, But he said to them: “I must also declare the good news of the Kingdom of God to other cities, because for this I was sent.”” He helped his listeners to see the need for being “no part of the world.” John 15:19 tells us: “If you were part of the world, the world would be fond of what is it own. Now because you are no part of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, for this reason the world hates you.”

What Happens Next To The First HumansHard lifeAfter, Adam and Eve disobeyed Jehovah and were thrown out of the garden of Eden. Now, they had many troubling problems. They had to grow their own food now because Jehovah had “cursed” the ground. Genesis 3:17-19 tells us: “And to Adam he [Jehovah] said: “Because you listened to your wife’s voice and ate from the tree concerning which I gave you this command, ‘You must not eat from it,’ cursed is the ground on your account. In pain you will eat its produce all the days of your life. It will grow thorns and thistles for you, and you must eat the vegetation of the field. In the sweat of your face you will eat bread until you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken. For dust you are and to dust you will return.”” All thorns and thistles are what they saw. Adam and Eve stopped being Jehovah’s friends.

Before they were forced from the garden, Adam and Eve did not die, but now, Adam and Eve started to die. Jehovah God did warn them that if they ate from the tree of knowledge they would die. The day they ate the fruit, they started to die. They were very foolish! To make the matter even worst, all their children that they had now, because they did not have children in the garden of Eden, also grew old and died. If Adam and Eve only obeyed Jehovah, then they would be happy and also have perfect children. They would have lived forever and never get sick and die.

God wanted people to live forever in happiness, so he promised to all offsprings of Adam and Eve to not only make the Earth beautiful, but to make all people to be happy. Everyone will be friend with not only each other but also with Jehovah. Eve was not a friend to God, so she felt pain when she gave birth. Genesis 3:16 tells us: “To the woman he said: “I will greatly increase the pain of your pregnancy; in pain you will give birth to children, and your longing will be for your husband, and he will dominate you.” This couple had many sons and daughters. Their first son was Cain, while their second son was named Abel.Abel blessAs Cain and Abel grew up, they both choice to become different things. Cain became a farmer and Abel became a sheep keeper. Cain grew food like fruits and vegetables, while Abel took care of little lambs that turned into a huge flock. They both went and brought gifts for Jehovah their God. Cain brought some of the food that he had grown, while Abel brought the very best sheep he had for Jehovah. Jehovah blessed Abel’s gift and not Cain’s. It was not because Abel’s gift was better than Cain’s, but it was because Jehovah looked into their hearts. He saw that Abel’s gift was giving out of love and not of wanting blessings or because it was something he had to do. Cain’s heart was different in some bad way, the bible doesn’t say exactly.

Cain thinks that God likes Abel better than him, in turn he got very angry. God told him he should change his ways, but Cain doesn’t listen. So Cain lead Abel into a field where they could be alone and that is where Cain hits his brother until he kills him. Cain was the very first murderer! Cain killed Abel

Abel died, but Jehovah put him in his memory. Jehovah never forgets a good person and Abel was a good person. One day, Abel will be brought back to life to live forever on the Earth. God is not pleased with persons like Cain. After he killed Abel, Jehovah punished him by sending him far away from the rest of his family. When Cain went away to live in another part of the earth, he took with him one of his sisters, and she became his wife.

Cain and his wife did have children, along with Adam and Eve’s other daughter and son that married. Soon the Earth had a great deal of people on the Earth.

Citation

Story 5 The Hard Life Begins. (1978). In My book of Bible stories (p. 5). New York: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York. http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1101978057

Story 6 A Good Son, and a Bad One. (1978). In My book of Bible stories (p. 6). New York: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York. http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1101978058

Next Post: A brave man, Giants in the Earth, and Noah builds an Ark.

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About Scarlet Moonbeam

I like to change many tv or movie stories into happy endings even for the villains...sometimes. ;-) You can find my stories on fanfiction.com or you can search my author name Scarlet Moonbeam and be brought to my home page. HTTYD: Guardians of Dragons (Or Hiccup the Night Fury) MLP: Letter of Destiny
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