Insights from the Father

23 Jan

Insights from the Father


1 Corinthians 15:44-47   “ . . . it is sown a natural body, it is raised a spiritual body. If there is a natural body, there is also a spiritual body.  45 So it is written: “The first man Adam became a living being”; {45 Gen. 2:7}   the last Adam, a life-giving spirit. 46 The spiritual did not come first, but the natural, and after that the spiritual.  47 The first man was of the dust of the earth, the second man from heaven.”

      The Second Adam – Yeshua – was from Heaven ( spiritual ) and took on dust , became flesh ( from the dust of the earth – the flesh of the 1st Adam ) which was cursed in Genesis in the Garden, along with all that came out of that dust, so that ‘man’, which came from the dust of the earth, could be redeemed by the Blood of the One that took on dust ( flesh ) making Him the Perfect Sacrifice.  


     He was born, not of the will of man, but came from heaven above ( the will of the Father ),  split the veil of the flesh as the Seed of the woman, and came into this world, taking on dust to redeem the ‘dust’. The requirement for sin in Genesis is death –‘ in the day you eat of this you shall die’. So, an animal was killed ( death ) and Adam and Eve were covered with those skins until the One would come  – Yeshua – the One who is Spirit and, unlike ‘the blood and flesh of bulls and goats’, could and would take on and become flesh to redeem flesh.     ( He was born from the ‘Inside Out’)  


     Adam & Eve, in the Garden, were covered  with the skins of animals.  The earthly Tabernacle was covered with skins of animals , which was a prophetic picture of  Yeshua  taking on skin (flesh), to ultimately become the covering for all creation that came from the dust of the earth.

       We being of the ‘natural’ and flesh are born from the ‘outside in’, that is  ‘from the will of man’.  Man  (Adam ) attempted to cover himself in the beginning ( the will of man ) with his own covering or what he thought was sufficient to cover his own sin ( all Israel did what was right in their own eyes ) by covering himself with fig leaves.


     Yeshua came and took on the dust of the earth ( flesh ).  A crown of thorns ( which is symbolic of the curse on the ground  Genesis 3:17-19 ), was placed on His head as a sign of His Kingship and Lordship over the curse put on the ground (the dust of the earth), a curse that we and all that were called forth from the earth ( animals, plants, creeping things )  were under. So when that Crown drew Blood as it was placed on His brow , the final declaration was made that He had overcome the curse put upon the ground from which the thorns and thistles would come, an ‘overcoming’ that includes us and all creation, and fulfills the Word of the Lord declared in Genesis that He would come as ‘the Seed of the Woman’ ( Genesis 3:15 ) .


      Blood and water are present and necessary for natural birth. The same is true for spiritual birth. Yeshua hung on the cross and the sword pierced His side and blood and water came forth which represents the New Birth, the birthing of His Bride. This same picture was given at Yeshua’s baptism .You have the blood ( the Lamb ) the water and the Spirit ( the Dove), all of which are a portrayal of  ‘Spiritual birth’.  In the beginning in Genesis you have the water, and the Spirit brooding over it, and the seed in the earth which includes us ( for we – Adam –  were formed from the dust of the earth ).  ‘Adam’ can also mean ‘red’ which represents ‘blood’ so, even in the Beginning, we have the water, the Blood & Spirit . ( God breathed into Adam and he became a living soul – water, blood and Spirit )


     The will of man in the garden was to choose his own covering (the difference of good and evil ) . Which translated, in simple terms, into ‘fig leaves’.   God’s way was to make atonement ( blood – life is in the blood ) .

      Adam & Eve wore the skins of the animals slain. The Tabernacle in the wilderness was covered by the skin of animals. Both of these are a picture of the time when Yeshua would come in the flesh and take on ‘skin’ and ‘dust’ as covering for His Spiritual body ( 1 Cor 15 ) and was slain, becoming the blood covering for sin.                                                             


       Insights from the Father given in 2012…….Blessings and Shalom, Rhonda

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