Follow the Prophet Adam

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What we can learn from following the Prophet Adam
Adam was not only the first man and the first prophet. In the spirit world before this one Adam was the archangel Michael. In the Great War in heaven, he commanded the spirits who followed Heavenly Father and Jesus as they fought the forces of Satan.
Michael then helped Jesus create this earth and all the plants and animals so we could live on it.
Then Heavenly Father and Jesus created Adam’s body as the first man on earth, and Eve as the first woman and his wife. They were given two instructions: To not eat the forbidden fruit, and to multiply and replenish the earth. As it turned out, they could not have children unless they ate the fruit.
They chose to eat the fruit so that we could come to this earth as part of families, and members of Adam and Eve’s great family.
Heavenly Father sent his Son Jesus to pay the price for Adam and Eve’s transgression, and to pay for our sins if we repent and accept Jesus as our Savior. Then we can live forever with our families in heaven.
Heavenly Father has a plan for this world and for each of us. If we pray to him sincerely, we can learn what He wants us to do, and he will help us do it.
After Adam and Eve left the garden Adam built an altar and offered sacrifices on it. An angel came and asked him why he did this. Adam said, “I know not save the Lord commanded me.” He then learned the reason why. Sometimes we may not know why the Lord commands, but if we obey we will be blessed.
Oh, and in case you’ve heard this story, that lump that men have in their throat which is called their “Adam’s apple,” it is not because Adam couldn’t swallow the original apple.
These are some of the things we learn by following the prophet Adam.
Duane Hiatt
duanehiatt@gmail.com

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What we can learn from following the Prophet Adam
Adam was not only the first man and the first prophet. In the spirit world before this one Adam was the archangel Michael. In the Great War in heaven, he commanded the spirits who followed Heavenly Father and Jesus as they fought the forces of Satan.
Michael then helped Jesus create this earth and all the plants and animals so we could live on it.
Then Heavenly Father and Jesus created Adam’s body as the first man on earth, and Eve as the first woman and his wife. They were given two instructions: To not eat the forbidden fruit, and to multiply and replenish the earth. As it turned out, they could not have children unless they ate the fruit.
They chose to eat the fruit so that we could come to this earth as part of families, and members of Adam and Eve’s great family.
Heavenly Father sent his Son Jesus to pay the price for Adam and Eve’s transgression, and to pay for our sins if we repent and accept Jesus as our Savior. Then we can live forever with our families in heaven.
Heavenly Father has a plan for this world and for each of us. If we pray to him sincerely, we can learn what He wants us to do, and he will help us do it.
After Adam and Eve left the garden Adam built an altar and offered sacrifices on it. An angel came and asked him why he did this. Adam said, “I know not save the Lord commanded me.” He then learned the reason why. Sometimes we may not know why the Lord commands, but if we obey we will be blessed.
Oh, and in case you’ve heard this story, that lump that men have in their throat which is called their “Adam’s apple,” it is not because Adam couldn’t swallow the original apple.
These are some of the things we learn by following the prophet Adam.
Duane Hiatt
duanehiatt@gmail.com

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