First we thank you for your Patience with the few Posts currently, since we are working very hard to get our Web-site up and running, hence less time for the Blog nowadays.
So, what is coming? Let us tell you…….
We have created the WEB-SITE for the church so that all the Church Items which is currently on the BLOG; can be moved to the Web-site; For instance Devotionals, Prayers, Did you Know?; Kingdom Treasures, Church Events, the Kingdom Bible College, Life Quotes, Bible Names and Characters, and all such things are moving to the Web-site…. everything that has to do with the Church will be moved over.
And all Ps. Nomsa’ personal writings can remain on the Blog. This will be the following pages only: Jesus Diary, Enlightenment Page, Uplifting Messages, Dream-books, and other Spiritual Books by Ps. Nomsa.
From the beginning all the Church items and Ps. Nomsa’ writings was all together on the BLOG. But now we are splitting them, so you can read her Personal stories on her BLOG alone; and if you want to read anything or see anything with regards to the Church, you can go into the TRT Church Web-site.
We trust you will understand why it was necessary to split the two different personalities, if we can call it as such. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We are hoping to Launch the Web-Site by the next week, so we can continue posting on the Web-site everything that has to do with the Church.
God “took Adam and put him in the garden of Eden, to tend and keep it”(Gen 1:29, 2:8,15). So God appointed Adam a place and an occupation.
“For in the day you eat of it, you shall surely die”(Gen 2:16-17).
God said, “It is not good that man should be alone. I will make him a helper suitable for him”(Genesis 2:18). God made a woman and decreed that “a man shall be joined to his wife and they shall become one flesh”(Gen 2:24).
God created Adam and Eve uniquely in God’s own image, and he called them “mankind’ He commanded them to ” be fruitful, multiply, fill the earth and subdue it, and have dominion over… every living thing”(Gen 1:27-28, 5:1-2).
God foretold and promised that the seed (a descendant) of the woman would bruise the serpent’s head and the serpent would bruise his heel (Genesis 3:15). This is thought, with good reason, to be the first Messianic promise —a promise that, although Satan would cause Christ to suffer, Christ would conquer Satan.
God said to Adam, “You are dust, and to dust you shall return”(Gen 3:19).
God said to Eve, “Your desire shall be to your husband, and he shall rule over you”(Gen 3:10).
“God made tunics of skin and clothed them”(Gen 3:21). It is thought, with good reason, that this meant that God killed animals to obtain the skins, and so made the first sacrifice of flesh and blood for sins, and this foreshadowed the sacrifice of Christ.
You can see from the above that God decreed several things for Adam to honor and obey. Adam’s spiritual life, through fellowship with God, depended on Adam’s respect for God’s laws. There were punishments for transgressions and disobedience, and of course rewards for faithful obedience. What you see in the list is very strong evidence that God made a covenant with Adam.
(Hos 6:7). The absence of the word “covenant”, in the biblical record of God’s dealings with Adam, may seem curious. However it does not really mean that no covenant existed. We see, in Gods dealings with Adam, and other patriarchs before the flood, all the indications of a covenant in force.
In the Bible, a covenant between God and human beings is observed to be a set of promises made by God. The covenant may include laws and conditions, rewards and punishments. The offering of a sacrifice may be required. Such a covenant can come from God directly, or through a mediator.
Did God make promises to Adam, make laws for him to obey, and decree rewards and punishments? Did the laws include offerings and sacrifices? If so, then God made a covenant with Adam.
AUDIO READING by Prophetic Teacher Nomsa – Credits to the Authors of the Book called “The Lost Books of the Bible and the Forgotten Books of Eden”; ISBN 0-529-02061-0; LB Press.
Gen 3:23 Therefore the Lord God sent him forth from the Garden of Eden to till the ground from which he was taken. Gen 3:24 So [God] drove out the man; and He placed at the east of the Garden of Eden the cherubim and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep and guard the way to the tree of life.
THE CAVE OF TREASURES:
The Cave of Treasures was introduced to the world by Giuseppe Simone Assemani, the author of the Catalogues of Oriental Manuscripts in the Vatican Library, which he printed in Bibliotheca Orientalis in four thick volumes folio. In Vol. ii. page 498 he describes a Syriac manuscript containing a series of apocryphal works, and among them is one the title of which he translates Spelunca Thesaurorum. He saw that the manuscript contained the history of 5,500 years, from the creation of Adam to the birth of Christ, and that it was based upon the Scriptures. He says that fables are found in it everywhere, especially concerning the antediluvianPatriarchs, and the genealogy of Christ and His Mother. He mentions that the Patriarch Eutychius also describes a cave of treasures in which gold, frankincense, and myrrh were laid up, and refers to the “portentosa feminarum nomina,” women of Jesus’ ancestry. No attempt was made to publish the Syriac text; in fact, little attention was paid to it until August Dillmann began to study the Conflict of Adam and Eve in connection with it, and then he showed in Ewald‘s Jahrbüchern (Bd. V. 1853) that the contents of whole sections of the Book of the Cave of Treasures in Syriac and the Conflict of Adam and Eve in Ethiopic were identical. And soon after this, Dillmann and others noticed that an Arabic manuscript in the Vatican (No. XXXIX; see Assemânî, Bibl. Orient. i. page 281) contained a version of the Cave of Treasures, which had clearly been made from the Syriac. In 1883 Carl Bezold published a translation of the Syriac text of the “Cave of Treasures” made from three manuscripts (Die Schatzhöhle, Leipzig, 1883), and five years later published the Syriac text of it, accompanied by the text of the Arabic version. Some passages from the Cave of Treasures are also found in the Coptic Enconium of Mary Magdalene of Pseudo-Cyril.