Looking at God’s plan for the ages clearly demonstrates what in fact the original sin was between Adam and Eve. It shows us that the original sin is properly revealed in the serpent seed doctrine. We read in various online blogs and wiki’s that this doctrine is somehow based upon poor biblical interpretation or even superstitions. Read more about Serpent Seed Doctrine in the Plan of God[…]
According to this scientific report, ancient humans bred with a species that was non-human. They state that it was 150,000 years ago, which we know that scientific dating is often wildly inaccurate. However; this bears record of the biblical account of the serpent injecting his genetics into the human race via Eve, then being cursed Read more about Ancient Humans Bred With Ghost Species[…]
In previous posts we brought out the teaching of serpent’s seed, showing that the original sin was sex, not literally eating apples. You can read more in What is the Original Sin? In this post we want to deal more with the sin of Adam. He ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and Read more about If Serpent’s Seed Is True, What Was Adam’s Sin?[…]
In 2013 I wrote a short booklet entitled, “What is the Original Sin?” and it details 16 proofs of the serpent’s seed doctrine, as well as answering a long held question regarding Genesis 4:1. Brother Branham’s teaching about serpent’s seed is as true as ever. I’m so thankful this message revealed the mysteries of the Read more about Original Sin and Serpent’s Seed[…]
I was recently in a church service in Denizli, Turkey where brother Petros was speaking teaching the believers the serpent’s seed doctrine. It was preached in Farsi, but a brother was translating the service for me. I thoroughly enjoyed his approach to teaching it. One point he made was such a blessing for me because Read more about Further Light On Serpent’s Seed[…]
Who is the seed of the serpent spoken of in Genesis 3:15? Those who are actively fighting against the message denigrate this Biblical doctrine. In particular they use Genesis 4:1 to state that Cain was the son of Adam, but we will examine this verse closely to reveal the truth.
This is from Adam Clarke’s Commentary on the Book of Genesis. The word in the text which we, following the Septuagint, translate serpent, is ??? nachash; and, according to Buxtorf and others, has three meanings in Scripture. 1. It signifies to view or observe attentively, to divine or use enchantments, because in them the augurs Read more about The Serpent (Nachash) of Genesis 3:1[…]