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The soul comes to being post mortem. It is released from its earthly host upon death. This truth is revealed in Gen 2 chp. Take a look...

 
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The soul comes to being post mortem. It is released from its earthly host upon death. This truth is revealed in Gen 2 chp. Take a look...
I propose this revelation for you to consider. The creation of the first man presented in Genesis chp 2 pertains to the raising of the soul, post mortem. Take a look:

Gen 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.

In the above, "dust of the ground" is the earth where the dead is buried. The "formed man" is the inanimate soul of the corpse. When God forms man of the dust of the ground he is releasing from the buried corpse its inanimate soul. God then breaths into the soul's nostrils "breath of life," which quickens or animates the soul. This very act brings to life or animates the soul. It is generally known as resurrection.

Man while alive grows an inanimate soul with the potential to live, in the afterlife; however, it takes an act of God to bring to life the soul of the dead. Man cannot do this himself as he is in a state of death. Without God acting on that soul, the dead cannot resurrect. They remain forever dead.
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Re: The soul comes to being post mortem. It is released from its earthly host upon death. This truth is revealed in Gen 2 chp. Take a look...
Take a look at this verse:

Gen 2:15 And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.



After God bestows life on the inanimate soul, he transport it to a garden in Eden; Eden is the realm of a soul who survived death. The garden serves to detain the soul. The soul is detained because while it survived death, the soul lacks a suitable host or body to encase it; chiefly the soul is naked.

To paint a vivid picture of Eden and its garden, Eden resembles planet earth from the perspective of the spiritual. The garden, from the perspective of the spiritual, are inhabitable natural environments. I should mention that there are artificial gardens too. They are cities. Genesis hints to this as "Nod." I will go into that part of the revelation later.

Take a look at this verse:

Gen 2:15 And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.

The verb "took" boldfaced in the above verse has an interesting revelation behind it. It tells us that God took the man to a garden to dress and keep it. Now watch...

Gen 5:24 And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.

Are you able to catch the connection between the two verses? Gen 5 tells us Enoch walked with God. I propose to you based on the revelation I received, Enoch has already died and his soul was reanimated. The verse alludes to this stating, "and he was not." What is meant by "he was not"? It means "he was not [alive]." Enoch died. His death is mentioned in the preceding verse.

"Walked with God" is the animated soul; animation infers mobility, and the ability to walk. God "took" the soul of Enoch in the same manner he took the soul of Adam. Enoch's soul was placed in a garden on Eden even though we are not told this. We can draw this conclusion based on the events surrounding Adam. The two persons share similar fates.

I strongly suspect "take" is what Christians today call the rapture.

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