The Sorceress and her Apprentice

Posted Dec 30, 2012 by Adrian Ebens in Newsletters Hits: 1,346

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Feature Article - Sorceress and Her Apprentice

This is part 4 in the series called Original Love. [Deutsch] (Read Part 3)

As we have examined the original love that existed in the Garden of Eden, we found in the persons of Adam and Eve an engine of perpetual love that was designed to flow out to the promised population of the earth. The pouring forth of blessing from Adam to Eve and the returning of appreciation from Eve to Adam would keep a constant fuel supply for the two members as they remained anchored to their origins of headship and submission and their constant reminder that all they possess was given to them by the Agape of our giving God.

Just how long did this motion of love continue in the beautiful garden we are not told but sadly events took place that would cause this motor to grind to a halt. We want to examine these events carefully and consider how original love was shattered and replaced with the fallen love which we know as Eros.

For whatever reason Eve finds herself at the forbidden tree pondering the meaning of God?s prohibition against eating its fruit. An intelligent voice coming from a serpent aroused curiosity as much as concern and held her transfixed. [More...]

Every Adventist Needs to Watch Biblical 9:11

September 11, 2001 was a day unlike any other. It changed the world. In the Biblical 9:11 Brother Nader Mansour examines the parallels between the September 11 attacks and the elements of an important prophecy in Scripture to uncover what it says about the Seventh-day Adventist church, and the world. It answer questions about the Judgment of the Living, and the Close of Probation. "Who will be Sealed and receive the Latter Rain?"  [More...]

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To all our supporters and readers, we just want to wish you a safe holiday season and an enlightened 2013. There is comfort and shelter in the arms of the Begotten Son.

Adrian Ebens
Maranaratha Media

 

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