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אלהים | myhla

H430ahlahayam
plural of H0433
Short definition
gods in the ordinary sense; but specifically used (in the plural thus, especially with the article) of the supreme God; occasionally applied by way of deference to magistrates; and sometimes as a superlative
Usage
angels, × exceeding, God, god(-s, -dess, -ly), × (very) great, judges, × mighty
Long definition
1(plural)
1rulers, judges
2divine ones
3angels
4gods
2(plural intensive—singular meaning)
1god, goddess
2godlike one
3works or special possessions of God
4the (true) God
5God
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God in the Hebrew (Ahlahayam) is plural - Ahla means power, -yam makes it plural, therefore 'powers', i.e. In the beginning the powers.... "God" here represents Yahawashi (which is the real name of "Jesus" in the Paleo-Hebrew) and the angels. (John 1:1, Hebrews 1:2). Further proof that God is plural is Genesis 1:26, Let us make man in our image

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without form, and void The earth was there but the elements had not combined together.

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Pursuing to 2 Peter 3:8, this one day was 1000 years

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waters in the Hebrew is Shamayam which means heaven. The firmament is known today as the ozone layer. It divides the "waters" on earth from the "waters" in space

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The Most High designed the plants and animals with seed in themselves to keep producing. This solves the age-old conundrum, "What came first, the chicken or the egg?": The chicken with the egg inside. This verse also goes into proving that the sun is not the life force of the earth, as the grass, herbs and fruit trees were growing before the sun was made

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lights in the firmament Stars. for signs The celestial bodies are signs from the Most High that something is to happen, e.g. the star that the wise men saw that signified Yahawashi's birth

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The sun and the moon, both of which give out their own light (2 Esdras 6:45)

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Man is a creature (Mark 16:15, 2 Corinthians 5:17, 2 Esdras 8:45), i.e. man was made on the fifth day (2 Esdras 6:47). Creature merely means 'thing created'

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This verse proves that God here is referring to more than one entity. The image is referring to order, i.e. the laws. let them have dominion Man was given power over all the animals. During the time of Adam and Noah, all animals feared man (Genesis 9:2). The animals will go back to being in fear in the Kingdom of Israel (Isaiah 11:8). Note Man had already been created at this point, but the angels were saying "let's make man different from the animals", "let's give them the laws and order"

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male and female Man and woman were created at the same time

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he, his should really be plural because God is plural (Genesis 1)

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This is the first occurrence of the LORD's name, Yahawah, in the Bible. generations is not talking about genealogies (angels do not have sex, Matthew 22:30), but the record of what the Yahawashi (Jesus) and the angels did (Hebrews 1:2, Colossians 1:16). The LORD God ultimately gets all of the credit, thus why it says here that he made the earth and the heavens (e.g. how King Solomon got the credit for building the House of God when it was is his servants)

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dust is two-fold. It is referring to literal dust (because all of the elements found in man can be found in the elements of the ground), but also confusion, i.e. man was taken out of his confused state and given the laws and order. breath The spirit, knowledge, wisdom and understanding (Wisdom 7:24-28, Ezekiel 37).

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Note, the scripture says eastward in Eden. Eden (עדן (idana), paradise) is referring to the whole earth

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The trees are metaphorical (Revelation 22:1-2). They refer to the formation of the heavens, the stars, etc. E.g. Issachar was well-versed in studying the stars (1 Chronicles 12:32). The tree of life represents the knowledge of righteousness, whereas the tree of knowledge of good and evil represents both good and evil (Sirach 17:7)

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took one of his ribs Parabolic talk for someone of Adam's kin (Genesis 29:12-14)

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Men and women were created at the same time (Genesis 5:2)

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The serpent is Esau (before he was given that name), better known as the so-called white man (Revelation 20:1-2, Revelation 12:9, Psalms 58:3-4). any beast The heathen nations (Ecclesiastes 3:18, Psalms 49:20, Psalms 32:9)

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fruit of the tree Philosophies of the other nations

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At this point in time, the Adamites only knew good. shall be as gods Shall be as the angels. knowing good and evil Knowing what happens when you do good and the judgement that comes if you do evil

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voice of the LORD The prophets that were there at the time (Jeremiah 42:21). Trees of the garden: The other nations (Ezekiel 31:5, Psalms 1:3, Mark 8:22-24). cool of the day A metaphor meaning before the destruction; when everything is okay. E.g., currently, the prophets are preaching in 'the cool of the day' before the heat of the day comes, i.e. the time of Jacob's trouble.

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coats of skins Identity

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lest he put forth his hand, ... and eat Go back to righteousness

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From this point onwards, man had to cultivate the land, whereas before this was not necessary

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Seth compensation. Seth is Abel in the reincarnation

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