25 May Adam? Where Are You?
By: D.C. Constant
Have you ever watched someone do something wrong and nothing happen to them, but when you did wrong “All Hell Broke Loose?”
I wonder if that’s how Adam felt when he watched Eve look enticingly at the fruit which hung on the forbidden tree, while she contemplated and anticipated on being just like God. Then she took a bite. Nothing happened. When Eve turned to Adam, to offer him to also take a bite, right in that moment, how come Adam didn’t say, “Woman No! That’s not what God instructed me to do! Or better yet, how come Adam didn’t tell the serpent to shut up, when he was talking to Eve? It wasn’t like Adam was wayyyyy on the other side of the garden, he was standing right next to her. So he was also listening to everything the serpent was saying.
So now, Eve’s waiting for her husband, her covering, and the head of the garden (their home) to take a bite so they both would be just like “god.” Adam, hearkens unto his beloved Eve, takes a bite of the fruit, their eyes are now opened to their nakedness. Shame, guilt and sin has now entered into the world and All Hell has just broken loose.
Now the Lord God, comes walking in the garden in the cool of the day and they’re hiding from Him, behind the trees. The Lord calls out, “Adam, Where Are You?” The Lord is metaphorically asking him, “Where Are You Spiritually?” “Where Are You Mentally?” “Where Are You in Covenant with Me?” “Where Are You in Obedience to Me?” “What Where you Thinking?”
Men of God, “Where Are You?” Remember when God had a conversation with you when He breathed and spoke His revelation knowledge into you? Whose voice have you hearkened unto, causing all hell to break loose in various areas of your life? (i.e. marriage, ministry, employment, business, parenting, etc.)
Stop listening to the serpent and his representatives and get back on track. Listen to God. Believe what He has already shown you and act accordingly. If you’re a married woman reading this, make sure you’re at the maturity level where you can recognize when the enemy is trying to use you to deceive and destroy your husband, then rebuke that spirit within you.
Thanking God for my Adam.
Scriptural Reference – Genesis 3:1-8
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