EDEN COVENANT (Genesis 1:28-30, 2:16-17) God made a covenant with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. By this provision the age of innocence began. If Adam and Eve were to experience the blessings of the age of innocence, they had to be obedient to God’s commandments. Before we meditate on what is a covenant, let us know what a covenant is.
A covenant is a covenant made between one human being and another human being, or between a human being and God. The stipulation is often based on certain conditions agreed to by the parties. When God created man, He promised him certain blessings. But in order for a human being to experience these promises, certain conditions ordained by God must be fulfilled. God made eight covenants with man at that time. We meditate on them.
Nish Kalmasha Yuga:
It begins with the creation of Adam and ends with his fall into sin. God created the forest of Eden and planted in it the tree of good and evil along with fruit trees. God gave Adam all rights and placed him in the Garden of Eden as his representative, but he ruled that good and bad should not eat only the fruit of the tree. Adam and Eve lost their blessings by breaking God’s commandments. God the Father drove them out of the Garden of Eden because of Adam and Eve’s conscience. With this the age of purity ended and the age of conscience began.
The seven conditions of the covenant of Eden
1. Adam and Eve were blessed to live in the company of God:
Adam and Eve were created sinless. According to the law they have to maintain innocence. To do this they are daily qualified from the fellowship of God. Dominion over living beings depends on their pure life.
2. Adam filled the earth with the human race:
According to Genesis 1:28 the first earth was transformed into nothingness. So Adam filled the earth with human races. “God blessed them, so that you became fruitful and multiplied and filled the earth” – Genesis 1:28. Land shall include:
3. The land may include:
You shall subdue the earth”-Genesis 1:28 to subdue the various forces, currents, and minerals in creation and utilize them for the needs of human beings.
4. All living things should be dominated by:
God created the living creatures from Adam. “Jehovah God gave names to every beast of the earth”. (Genesis 2:19-20) Adam was granted authority not only over the domesticated animals but also over the wild beasts of the forest. God said to them, “The fish of the sea, the birds of the air, and the living creatures of the earth.” Genesis 1:28.
5. Adam and Eve should eat only vegetarian food:
“God—Behold, I have given you every seed-bearing tree and every tree bearing seed-bearing fruit on the earth. They will be food for you.” 1:29. He used to eat only vegetarian food. “I said to all the animals that are on the earth – to every living thing on the earth – to every living thing and to every green tree that is food. So it was” Genesis 1:30.
6. Adam and Eve were to cultivate the garden of Eden which God had placed:
“And the Lord God took the man and went out of the garden of Eden to prepare it.” Genesis 2:15, This work is not difficult to do. There is no curse on earth forever. the curse of sin That’s why I planted mulberry trees and bushes on the land and cultivated the land with a heavy load. That is 3:15-19.
7. Adam was taken from the Garden of Eden to grow:
And Jehovah God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to plant it.” Genesis 2:15. But because he was careless in this housekeeping, the seeker entered the garden of Eden. The serpent entered Eden because of the carelessness of the first Adam. The holy hand of the second Adam smote the fleeing great serpent. Job – 26:13.
8. Do not eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and bad:
Genesis 2:16-17. “ And of every fruit of the garden, O Lord God, you may freely eat . But do not eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and bad. Naru said that the day you eat them you will surely die. The seven duties given above were to be performed by Adam and Eve. Eighth is what they cannot do, Adam was created in infantile innocence. He does not know that sin. If he is obedient to God’s command, he stands innocent. But as soon as he ate the fruit of the forbidden tree, he rejected God’s commandment.
More information for you by reading what is given below and in the name of the Lord you will know the knowledge of the Bible.
Who wrote Exodus?
Nirgamakanda is the second of the Panchakandas. Moses also died at the end of the Exodus. But then Joshua rewrote it again as a copy, a clean copy. There is evidence for this in the Bible itself. Those who want to study the Bible can read interesting material through these references.
1) God commanded Moses to write a book (Exodus 17:14; 34:27)
2) Moses wrote a book at God’s command (Exodus 24:7; Numbers 33:2; Deuteronomy 31:9).
3) Moses named the book he wrote “the Book of the Law” (Exodus 24:7) and the Book of the Law (Deuteronomy 28:58-61; 29:21,27). The Jews thought that the Book of the Law was not a single book, but a book in five parts.
4) He who is appointed king must write a copy for himself (Deuteronomy 17:18-20).
5) God identified Moses as the author of the Book of Law and commanded Joshua to be a book of life guidance (Joshua 1:1-8, 8:30-35).
6) Joshua acknowledged that Moses had written the Book of the Law and copied (copied) it onto two tablets (compare Deuteronomy 11:26-32 with Joshua 8:32). Perhaps Joshua wrote the account of Moses’ death. Deuteronomy chapter 34 is attached to it. Because Moses could not write about his own death! (Second Com. 34)
7) Joshua commanded the Israelites to obey the Book of the Law of Moses (Joshua 23:6)
8) Scholars who have studied the Bible deeply, (not only Jews but other scholars) have honestly concluded that the Pentateuch was written by Moses.
9) Even those like Muhammad recognized the Panchkandas as written by Moses. –
10) Even the great Bible scholar ‘Wilson’ who is fluent in 40 languages agrees on this point. Based on the language, style and grammar of the Panchkandas, scholars have decided that these 5 Kandas were written by the same author.
11) They are not these but the Lord Jesus Himself mentioned in the New Testament. (John 7:19, 23).
12) This book was written by a person who knew the customs and education traditions of Egypt and Arabia. Egyptian education was highly secretive and restricted to priests and royalty. Moses lived in the royal family for 40 years. There are many other proofs.
These Panchkandas are called Pentateuch in English language. ‘Penta’ means five, ‘Tuke’ means scrolls. The above mention is enough to accept without argument who wrote Exodus.