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If you’re not familiar with the Adam and Eve story of the Bible, well, after this, you will be—because that is where the ‘first love‘ revelation occurs. Whether married or not, this will enlighten us about that phenomenon. Why are we emotional beings? Why not just, straight, data beings? You know, that—compute and respond accordingly, unconscious of God and those consequences pertaining to right or wrong, yet…conscious of the pleasure that comes with being alive, capable of doing the task programmed to do without fail. Isn’t that what a computer is and does?

When the first woman of man was tested and deceived, Adam, the first man of God was with her when it all went down. Now, there are plenty of ways to speculate what is emotionally occurring inside of these two beings, but—here’s the thing… We are still experiencing what occurred at the time of Adam and Eve’s knowledge of good and evil. Which, …is a solid reason to believe the words inside the Bible are inspired by God. Anyway, being a husband myself—a fleshly replica (descendant) of Adam—believe, would not have desired my wife to die apart from me, and especially, alone. Because… I love my wife! So then what do I do if my wife presents me with a choice she already made, between a command of God or love for my wife? What, do I do?

See you at the next segment….

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