Adam Had a Mother and Father (Euphrates)

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Therefore shall a man (person) leave his father and his mother


Point of adjunct: Genesis 2:23-24 KJV….. Adam is speaking in verse 23 and verse 24. Verse 23 is confirmed as such because the verse says: “And Adam said”. Verse 24 is confirmed because it begins with the word “therefore” which adjuncts verse 24 to verse 23.

Additional point of adjunct: “Therefore shall a {man} [person] leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife, and they shall be one flesh”. The word “and” in bracket is an adjunct and refers to a more definite term such as “person” or “husband” (compare Strongs Hebrew Concordance Dictionary #376).

Keep in mind that words and verses in the Bible are often compressed and can represent substantial periods of time from one line to another.

Nevertheless, even given time factors, the statement by Adam about a mother and a father is highly suggestive that the subject is a natural one for Adam due to the customs of nearby soulless people; or, at least - and more importantly - for Adam to have expressed such a relative issue of connection, it is reasonable that he knew about his mother and father. It is Scripture evidenced that Adam had knowledge of the forest and its creatures and was capable of discerning their differences (Genesis 2:19-20 KJV).

Jesus, who shocked his hearers by declaring He was born before Abraham and was both the “son of man” and the “Son of God” - yes, Jesus was both the first Adam and the second Adam.

Jesus was not only the first Adam, He was also Melchisedec, King of Salem, the city of God of which the physical Jerusalem is a metaphor (compare Hebrews 7:1-2, Genesis 14:18 and Psalms 76:2 KJV). Abraham spent a great deal of his life searching for Salem, the city of God not made by hands (compare Hebrews 11:8-10 KJV).

So then, personifying Jesus back to Melchisedec and Melchisedec back to Adam, they three are all one (Hebrews 7:15-17 KJV). As well, the city of Salem is represented by the name of the physical Jerusalem (compare Hebrews 7:1-2 KJV).

Now, for the Ezekiel revelation: In Ezekiel 16:1-6 is the amazing story of Adam and his parents who cast him away as a baby into a field to die, described in a swoo about Jerusalem that starts with the nativity of Adam. The angels save him, and Gabriel breathes Soul life into him.

The Holy Spirit speaking as Adam in the Psalms…..

“When my father and my mother forsook me, then the Lord took me up” (Psalms 27:10 MIV).

The following is an explanation substantiating how Psalms 27:10 KJV (”When my father and mother forsake me, then the Lord will take me up”) was opened up of revelation:

This interpretation reverses the terms and tenses “forsake” to “forsook”: Azab (Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary #5800) can be translated to either tense - “forsake” or “forsook”. Azab (#5800 as above) is translated “forsook” in Judges 2:12 and Judges 2:13 KJV. The term “will” is an English additive supplied to adjust language grammar differences between Hebrew and English derived from a supposed implied sense. Depending on the verse construction of the translation, the term “will” is not a given to be of necessary use. The term “take” can be found in the Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary as acaph #622: this term was changed in the MIV to “took”; the KJV translators also used acaph (#622) to translate to “took” in 1 Samuel 14:52 KJV.

This method of a sudden Holy Spirit insertion of revelation into a selection of seemingly different context is found often in the Bible and very outstandingly in the book of Psalms: consider when the context in the following chapters and verses seem to be referring to David, they are actually referring to Jesus Christ (Psalms 2:7 KJV):

Here are verses by the Holy Spirit speaking for Jesus in the Psalms prior to His experience on the cross: Psalms 22:1, Psalms 22:16-17, and Psalms 69:21 KJV.

These following given verses speaking by the Holy Spirit for Jesus, applied to Jesus Christ, many hundreds of years before His birth and crucifixion: Psalms 91:11 and Psalms 118:22 (compare Luke 20:17 KJV).

The said above verses were about Jesus Christ, the Last Adam (1 Corinthians 15:45 KJV). There is very interestingly another Holy Spirit inset verse about the First Adam who was rejected by His mother and father:
ADAM: KJV (King James Version) as follows:

Psalms 22:9-10 KJV: “But thou art He that took me out of the womb: thou didst make me hope when I was upon my mother’s breasts. I was cast upon thee from the womb: thou art my God from my mother’s belly”….compare to Ezekiel 16:4-6 KJV.
Adam: MIV (Manifest Interpretation Version) as follows:

“You are the One, O God, who received me; when from my mother womb I was cast away. Verily in my instinct had I hoped to find comfort from my mother’s breasts, but that was not destined to be. For from my mother’s belly, from her womb, You found me and raised me” (Psalms 22:9-10 MIV).

Note! It was not difficult for the translators to see the Psalms verses in their prophetic relationship to the life of Jesus because they could clearly see the parallel to the Bible’s New Testament. But seeing the Adam revelation was beyond their faith and beyond their insight.

Coming next on this subject, an expounding on the Bible term “therefore” in Genesis 2:24…..”therefore”, being composed of a double termed and two-sided word, has in the Strong Concordance two revealed meanings. Since one meaning modifies the other, it takes special care in order to access the correct interpretation and translation. Also, I will expound on the interpretation of Revelation 22:16 KJV: “I Jesus have sent my angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.”

Yes, Jesus is not only the offspring of David, He is also the root of David all the way back from the first Adam (compare, Luke 3:31-38).

Dr. Jerry O. Lee
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