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Biblical Creation (part 4)


BRIEF REVIEW of parts 1-3

In part 1, we established from Genesis 1 the existance of the first earth and heaven age, its destruction in old time and the establishment of the second (this present) earth and heaven age. We further found that the earth was NOT created 'tohu va bohu', or destroyed, but that it BECAME that way. We used this knowledge to understand some 'problem passages' in 2 Peter, Jeremiah, and Isaiah. Although we did not choose to examine some of Jesus' parables with this knowledge, if you would do so on your own, you would see a great light go on in your mind. Much more would make perfect sense.

In Part 2, We talked extensively about the days of creation, and found that there was NOT merely six days of creation, but there were EIGHT. A neophyte reading chapters 1 and 2 can see that the order of creation as described in Ch 1 is different from the order described in Ch 2; That the instructions given to man were different; That the Hebrew words used for 'create' and 'man' in chapter 1 are different from the words used for 'formed' and 'Adam' as in ch 2. Since we began by accepting that ALL of God's Word is true, we cannot be forced to accept that only one of the first 2 chapters is true: Nay, on the contrary, we must say, with Luther, "let God be true and every man a liar." BOTH chapters 1 and 2 are TRUE. Since both chapters are true, then our only option is that they are describing two separate creations, one on the SIXTH day, and one on the EIGHTH day, just as it is written. This Eighth day creation of the promised seed line is spoken of eloquently in 2 Peter 2:5: "And spared not the old world, but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly; (KJV)" You should recognize that the word 'person' in your KJV is in italics, meaning that it is not in the original language. Noah was the described as "eighth", because he was of the EIGHTH day creation, and God had promised to preserve this seed line until the birth of Messiah.

In part 3 we see that the "original sin" was physical adultery on the part of the first of the eighth day creation, God's "chosen". We noted that the physical adultery was preceded by the spiritual adultery of not believing God; Eve listened to the father of lies, the devil, who we know also as the father of the Kenites, and accepted his word instead of God's. We also began the tracing of the genealogy from Adam, as well as the genealogy from Cain. We found that though Cain was Eve's son, he was not Adam's son. Cain was the firstborn son of Satan, and it was his children the KENITES who killed Christ. It is the children of the Kenites who labor today to destroy Christs' sheep through lies and the tradition of man via commentaries. We are in a spiritual war: No one should go into a battle without a knowledge of who the enemy is and how to recognize him. We must know the nature of his weapons, and have the proper arms to overcome them. Some today are heading to the battle behind a banner held up by the enemy himself, thinking they are heading for victory with God.


We have a saying "like father-like son", or, 'He's a chip off the old block'. The study of genealogy is often a dry subject out in the open, but virtually everyone of us has longed to know who our ancestors were, and how they fit into history. God's Word uses genealogy for a special reason. The chapters in the WORD devoted to the fact that so-and-so begat so-and-so for page after page are often overlooked and described as boring. But, my friend, I should not need to remind you that the Holy Spirit did not put these chapters in to fill up space. They are there that we may prove the WORD for ourselves.

The first genealogical list is found in Genesis chapter 4. It is no surprise to me that Cain's genealogy is listed first. He was the first child born in this earth age. His father was not Adam, but Satan. (Jn 8:44, Matt 13:38, 1 Jn 3:12) Cain, we find, obviously did not look anything like Adam (Gen 5:3).

Genesis Chapter 4 begins with the birth of the first twins (see part 3), and we take up now the account of the first murderer, beginning with 4:3:

Gen 4:3 "And in process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the LORD. (4:4) And Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect unto Abel and to his offering: (4:5) But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell." (KJV)

Many have failed to see why Cain's offering was not acceptable. Yet, it is clearly written why. God requires a blood sacrifice. True, you say, but the law was not yet given about the blood sacrifice! Yes it was, my friend. It was not only previously written, it was also demonstrated by God Himself. How do you think Abel knew? WHERE is it written, you protest, PROOOOVE it! OK, look at Gen 3:21:

"Unto Adam also and to his wife did the LORD God make coats of skins, and clothed them."

Do you think for a moment that those animals gave up their skins without losing both their lives and their blood? Thus, in plain sight it is written right here that God Himself showed Adam and Eve the (then) acceptable requirement for forgiveness. In this case it was both a physical "covering" as well as a spiritual one acceptable to God. Now think for just a moment. Can you imagine what an impression this act must have made on Adam and Eve? They had NEVER seen ANY death up till this time, yet here is some totally innocent being shedding it's blood for THEIR sins. Does this remind you of something? It should remind you of Christ who came through Adam and Eve's offspring to pay for all of the sins of all mankind. Surely, Adam and Eve told Cain and Abel what God expected, but Abel alone believed. That is why Abel did it just right (Gen 4:4). Cain wanted to do it his own way. Cain felt, just like his progeny the Kenites feel today, that whenever the WORD of God doesn't agree with what they think then they are right and God is wrong. Sottish children. Tsk tsk.

Well, Cain didn't like it one bit (4:5), when God accepted Abel's sacrifice and rejected his (4:4). God did not chastise Cain, (4:6), but (4:7) offered him advice and showed him the way to be acceptable, but to no avail. So Cain (4:8) "talked" to his brother, Abel (wonder what they talked about?), killed him, and then tried to lie TO GOD (4:9) about it. (?WOULD YOU TRUST A KENITE TO TELL YOU GOD'S WORD?).

Now, my friends, we will shortly understand why the Kenites are also called 'riders'. (from the word "Rechab" as used in 1 Chr 2:55).

"And the families of the scribes which dwelt at Jabez; the Tirathites, the Shimeathites, and Suchathites. These are the KENITES that came of Hemath, the father of the house of RECHAB." 1 CHR 2:55 (KJV)

Strong's # 7017 Qeyniy (kay-nee'); or Qiyniy (1 Chron. 2:55) (kee-nee'); patronymic from 7014; a Kenite or member of the tribe of Kajin: KJV-- Kenite.

The root word 7014 is:

Strong's # 7014 Qayin (kah'-yin); the same as 7013 (with a play upon the affinity to 7069); Kajin, the name of the first child, also of a place in Palestine, and of an Oriental tribe: KJV-- Cain, Kenite (-s).

Strong's # 7394 Rekab (ray-kawb'); from 7392; rider; Rekab, the name of two Arabs and of two Israelites: KJV-- Rechab.

The root 7392 is:

Strong's # 7392 rakab (raw-kab'); a primitive root; to ride (on an animal or in a vehicle); causatively, to place upon (for riding or generally), to despatch: KJV-- bring (on [horse-] back), carry, get [oneself] up, on [horse-] back, put, (cause to, make to) ride (in a chariot, on, -r), set.

Now, Cain's occupation at the first was as a farmer. (Gen 4:2) It was the way Cain made his living. We see in 4:12 that God removed this option: Cain would NEVER sow any more seeds which would bring forth food. Don't let this point go over your head. Think of the parables of teaching that Jesus used. (See Matt 13 for several examples) To this day, Kenites make their living from the labor of others. They make their living with usury (interest), and with vain flowing words, (lies, even religious lies), and with politics such as the NEW WORLD ORDER (taxes) but never with 'the sweat of their brow' as Adam and his offspring does (Gen 3:19). My friends, the KENITES make their living by 'riding' (rechab) on the backs of the labor of everyone else. To quote Solomon, "there is nothing new under the sun".

In Gen 4:13-17 we find several striking things. 1) Cain was afraid of being killed. (4:14). If there were no other people ( i.e. the sixth day creation), just who would kill him? We see from Gen 5:3&4 that there was no other Adamic (eighth day) offspring. Cain feared the ones of the sixth day creation, to be sure. It was from these peoples that Cain knew his wife (4:17). 2) Cain recieved a 'mark' of protection from God Himself (4:15). 3) Cain built a CITY (4:17). Isn't this strange? A CITY! Who would there be to live in it if there were no other people? What good would a CITY be? Who on earth would feed him while he built it? Have you ever tried to lay bricks and mix mud by yourself? It ain't easy. Have you ever considered the logistics of gathering materials for the streets, buildings and walls? God's WORD is nevertheless true and exact. Cain built a city. Common sense will tell most that Cain had considerable help from the sixth day crew, however. What do you suppose enabled a FARMER to know HOW to build a city, or for that matter, what a CITY even was? How did the first farmer know how to figure weights, measures and angles? How did he survive on his own? I believe the key is in the mark placed upon him by God. I believe this mark was knowledge and the superiority knowledge brings to people. Cain, with his knowledge would be readily accepted by the sixth day people because he could tell them how to farm, tell them how to train animals to work, as well as teach them much subtilty in the manufacture of weapons, plus how to use them in killing off your brother tribes to get their posessions, etc. All for a price, however, all for a price. Think about it.

We come now to the listing in Genesis chapter 4 of the progeny of Cain. Note first that Cain has his own geneology, and it is listed separately from that of Adam (ch 5) which we will cover in the next part. The reason should be plain to all by now. CAIN WAS NOT ADAM'S SON. Cain was Satan's son. (Jn 8:44, 1 Jn 3:12). Secondly, you should notice with care how the names of Cains offspring of Gen 4 so closely imitate the names of Adams children in Gen 5. This fact should cause a bell to ring in your mind. The Kenites are great impersonators. They like to pose as great men of God. They were the ones who ran the church when Jesus came. (Matt chapter 23 and John chapter 8). Their father killed the first begotten son of Adam. They killed the first begotten Son of God, and they sow confusion among God's people to this day to keep them from knowing the truth. Strange but very true, my friend, strange but true.

For the incredulous, you can trace the Kenites from Cain to the pharisees of Jesus time very easily. Use your Strong's Concordance. Look up occurances of the words Kenite or Kenites.

Begin with Gen 4, and find them in Numbers, Judges, 1 Samuel, and 1 Chronicles. Now is the time you have to be 'wise as the serpent'. They seem to disappear. But, as you see from Judges 1:16, 'they went and dwelt among the people (of Judah)' ! That is where the Master found them and pointed them out for you (John 8:44). They were the 'riders' (Rachab) in Jer 35 when God told Jeremiah to bring them right in the middle of God's house, and give them wine. Now we should see that this was a test of the new communion that would be through Christ, with the wine symbolic of the blood of forgiveness that Jesus would shed. They failed the test. They would not follow God's rules, though.Jeremiah, one of God's prophets asked them to. They followed their own father. Finally we find them in the book of Revelation, teaching blasphemy in the churches. Only two of the seven churches knew who they were, and obviously taught against them. They were ones 'who claimed to be of Judah, but were the liars and the synagogue of Satan, (See Rev 2:9 and 3:9.) Do you know who they are? You should, and your church should teach about them.

Some of the above are the words of man. Never take the words of any man without proving them for yourself in the only true WORD. May the Holy Spirit lead you in your search.

Father Bless You


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