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Are you fulfilling your Purpose?

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Imagine Eden if you would. Adam was formed by God, of God and in the image of God. He was given authority over the Earth, which mean the Earth was in subjection to Adam. Let's examine that for a moment. If the earth was subjected to the Authority of Adam -it must do what Adam told it to do or thought about doing. If Adam was hot, the earth yielded (gave up) shade. If Adam was thirsty, the earth yielded water from itself towards Adam. It rain (upward) for Adam to drink. If Adam was hungry, the trees in obedience opened up themselves, produced, and yielded its fruit to Adam. Adam at that time did not have to labor for it. He did not have to sweat. All Adam had to do it need it, think it and receive it. See we are stuck in how this world works now that we get some of the scriptures confused. In Matthew 21:19, When Jesus was hungry and saw a fig tree and it did not bear fruit and cursed it, it was not that he was angry. The tree was not operating under the Authority set forth by God. The tree because it was in the presence of His Divine Authority should have began to produce and bore a fruit to satisfy the hunger of Christ. He cursed the tree of its earthy disobedience to His Heavenly Authority. The withering of the tree was because if it does not serve the purpose that God Ordained it is of no use to the Kingdom, so it might as well not exist.

Are you fulfilling your Purpose?



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