Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 19
Yahshua Christ informed us in His Gospel that He came to reveal things kept secret from the foundation of the world. He uttered those words while giving us the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, and informing us that the tares – which are evidently wicked people who cannot ever be reformed – were planted by the devil. Shortly after saying those things, Yahshua Christ declared that “Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.” Then much later, in Revelation chapter 12, we learn from Yahshua Christ that there was a rebellion against Yahweh God at some time in the past, as the description of that rebellion uses language that is explicitly in the past tense. So we learn that a third of the host of heaven were cast down to earth and that their place was found no more in heaven. The leader of that host was identified with labels such as the great dragon, that old serpent, the Devil, and Satan.
Perhaps 1,500 years before Yahshua Christ had revealed those things to us in both prophecy and parable, the Genesis account was recorded by Moses under the inspiration of Yahweh. We know that Genesis was written by Moses, because Christ Himself attributed it to Moses. That account also contains both prophecy and parable, as well as historical chronicles. In Genesis we see an entity that was already present in the Garden of Eden when Adam was first placed there, and which is identified as a serpent. This serpent of Genesis chapter 3 must be “that old serpent” of Revelation chapter 12, as the language insists upon identifying for us a particular serpent, “that old serpent”, and there is no other “old serpent” in Scripture which may be identified in such a manner.
Elsewhere in the parables of Christ we have an entire race identified as serpents, and there is a race of serpents in the words of John the Baptist from before Christ had even begun His ministry, and we also have goat nations, which are distinguished from sheep nations. These terms do not describe individuals of one religion or idea or another, but nations which shall ultimately be distinguished on sight. But in the descriptions in Genesis, Yahweh God created one race: the Adamic race, and the entire Adamic race is assured of preservation in Christ, as Paul of Tarsus had said, “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.” So ostensibly, none of the race of Adam can possibly be goats or goat nations as they are described in Matthew chapter 25. Instead, the goats must be those tares of the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, since the tares are all going to be destroyed, and since the fate of the goat nations is the “everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels”. With this it becomes evident, that the origin of the goat nations must be the same as the origin of the tares, as Yahweh God denies them, and has never taken credit for having created them. Yet they have the same fate as “the devil and his angels”.