Chapter 7

Chapter 7
“EVERY LAND ANIMAL, AND EVERY BIRD OF THE HEAVENS, AND EVERY SMALL LIVING THING, AND EVERY FISH IN THE SEA WILL DREAD YOU, AND BE IN FEAR OF YOU, BECAUSE I AM GIVING THEM TO YOU TO SERVE AS FOOD JUST AS I PREVIOUSLY GAVE YOU VEGETATION TO SERVE AS FOOD”
Genesis9:2,3

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One of the best known verses dealing with natural law is the verse found at Genesis 1:28. According to the King James version of the Bible, this verse says, “And God blessed them, and God said unto them, be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the Earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth over the Earth”.

2
Linguistically this verse can be understood as it was intended, but in modern English it sounds as if God is granting mankind permission to determine for himself the best way to treat The Earth and all of the living things that dwell upon it. But as originally written in the original ancient language that is not the case at all.

3
A more accurate rendering of this passage would sound more like this. God blessed them and God said to them increase in number to completion, and cause the Earth to be at rest. Have rulership over the birds of the air, the fish of the sea, and the animals of the land.

4
Another verse that confirms that this rendering is more accurate can be found at Genesis 2:15 which says “And the LORD God took the man, and put him into The Garden Of Eden, to dress, and to keep it”. The two words translated as “Dress” and “Keep” are the Hebrew words “abad” and “shamar”, which mean, “care for” and “protect”

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If we take into consideration the two concepts found at Genesis 1:28 and 2:17 in context, then there is no getting around the fact that God was not giving man permission to do as he pleased, but was in fact commanding him, by instilling into him, the instinctive drive to ensure that nothing bad would happen to any of the living things in God’s forest.

6
According to the cults of Christianity and Judaism God punishes people who break his law. But, according to the Bible, breaking God’s law brings about it’s own punishment.

7
Deuteronomy 30:15 says, “I am putting before you life and prosperity, death and destruction”. Verses such as these have nothing whatsoever to do with burning people alive, in some underground afterlife realm, based on their obedience to some arbitrary Church rules. Such passages are simple reminders that if mankind takes care of the birds of the air, fish of the sea, and land animals, we would benefit. But if mankind failed in his responsibility we would suffer.

8
Satan’s suggestion to Eve, that she would be better off, if she simply disregarded God’s law, and decided for herself what was the best way to live, has had dire consequences for all of the human family. In fact even Satan has suffered on account of this horrific lapse in judgment.

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At Ezekiel Chapter 29:3-5 God tells the ruler of the Empire “I will drag you out into the desert by hooks placed in your mouth. And the fish of the sea, birds of the air, and land animals will attack you”. This verse is very obviously a direct reference to the verse found at Genesis 1:28 which commanded man to care for the fish of the sea, birds of the air, and land animals.

10
In this passage The Ruler Of The Empire is called Pharaoh, a direct reference to the ancient Pharaoh, Osiris who in the Bible is called Heylel, the word that in our English translations is rendered as Lucifer. It should also be obvious that Satan is not destroying the Earth on his own. All who participate are suffering. Satan, along with all of the wicked angels that are obedient to him as well as all who have participated in civilization be it voluntarily, or under duress, are suffering as a result of disobedience to God’s natural law.

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The pyramids and obelisks, stars and stripes, predatory birds, and all seeing eyes of the Egyptian Empire are the same symbols that have been adopted by each and every demonic empire since, including the ruling world empire of our day. The Judgment against Pharaoh recorded thousands of years ago still applies to all of the Worlds current Pharaohs, whether they call themselves Presidents, Prime Ministers, Emperors, Kings, or any other countless number of honorary titles bestowed upon Satan’s highest ranking worshipers.

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We living at this time, are experiencing the results of mans mismanagement, of God’s forest. The damaged relationship between humans and the other species that we share this planet with should be obvious. Creatures that like ourselves were designed to maintain the beauty and balance of nature, now inflict nearly as much harm to human society as human society has inflicted upon nature. The prophecy of Ezekiel Chapter 29 has proven true.

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Would be nice to know what animals you where thinking about when writing paragrap 12, cause I have difficulty understanding what type of creatures could inflict nearly as much harm to human society as humans inflict upon nature. Are you thinking about viruses that cause sickness or like tree rots cracking roads and buildings