Where are you planted? In Genesis 2:7-16, God exhibits that man is a compound being having a body and soul. The body was created out of the earth’s dust and the soul God breathed into his nostrils gives the breath of life.
Dr. E. Dewey Smith explains that history helps us understand who we are by showing us where we come from, so that we can breathe again. He further explains that God planted a garden eastward in Eden, a temple where man worshipped Him, and was daily employed to offer the siacrifices of thanksgiving and praise.
Placement gives purpose in which God authorizes some things and allows other things.
“Surely the land whereon thy feet have trodden shall be thine inheritance, and thy children's forever, because thou hast wholly followed the LORD my God”. Where will you plant your feet? This message will help you decide.
Scripture Reference: Genesis 2:7-16
1/27/19 (10:15 am)
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