No-Ach (Genesis 6:9-11:32)

Posted on Oct 26, 2014

102514sd by Rabbi Paul Falk.   Cain allows sin in and focuses his all frustration on Able, instead of himself.  Ultimately killing Able.  And just in chapter 4 you start off with the death of a son, end of Chapter 4 verse 25, And Adam knew his wife again and she bore him a son and she named him Seth.  For God had appointed another seed for me instead of Able which Cain killed and for Seth to him also was a son born and he named him Enoch and men began to call on the name of Yahweh.  A new son given to replace the son that was killed.  and because the son is born, men began to call upon Yahweh.  Now, as we know scripture and we know life, we would love to say, and they lived happily ever after.  Continue to let men call upon Yahweh.  No, even if he has to break part of a judgment.  I’m reading from Genesis chapter 3, verse 14,  This is the punishment of a serpent, because you have done this you are cursed more than any cattle more than every beast of the field, on your belly you shall go and eat dust all the days of your life.  I will put enmity (distrance frustration, aggravation)  between you and the woman and between her seed and your seed.  And you shall bruise his head and he shall bruise your heel.  Where the sons come down, to the women of men, these are angelic beings, this is not Yahweh’s will in regard to what He wants for his Holiness.  And they break the enmity between the seed of the woman, and Hasatan himself.  Guess what? From a world that was all calling on the name of Yahweh, now, Yahweh goes, my spirit will not strive with men forever, so now, he has to bring the flood…. (continued on audio)

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