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Garden of Eden

Written By: CK Quarterman - Oct• 13•11

“And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed”(Gen. 2:8).

Garden of Delight

 

The Hebrew root word for dust is clay, which derives its meaning, ruddy, from the reddish tint that gives clay its color. It is also the root word for Canaan. Adam was made from the dust or, if you will, the clay of Canaan land. Adam was made from the clay of what would later be known as the Temple Mount, in my opinion.

The Lord created the Garden of Delight in the east of the Earth towards the rising sun, a place beautifully planted with all manner of trees and filled with brilliant, dazzling scenery. And the Lord made to spring up every tree stunning to the gaze and superior for food, and He also placed there a tree of learning the knowledge of good and evil. He then “put” Adam in the Garden. Most people think Adam was made in the Garden, but he wasn’t.

To the north of the garden, He created a river of water, clear and pure to the taste, unlike anything else; it proceeded from the depths of the Earth and from the root of the Tree of Life, and it encircled the whole land of the Garden of Delight where there was gold, sapphire, and emerald. It divided itself into the rivers Geon, Tigris, and Euphrates.

The Garden of Delight was created to shield and protect Adam from the world around him that had been subjected to sin and corruption by the fallen angels. Although the world had been remade after its destruction, it was still subjected to Lucifer.

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