The Qoheleth team of women , Leve fanm Yo, welcomes you in the name of Yeshuah and takes the opportunity to present a new subject entitled:
In the beginning, man tends to avoid his responsibilities
From the first chapters of Genesis, after the primordial fault, humans clear. In Genesis 3:12, before Jehovah's Tribunal, the human said: "The woman whom thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I did eat."
Here, the glebeux relieves himself of all responsibility by throwing everything on the backs of the Elohims and the woman.
In verse 13 IHVH-Adonai Elohîms said to the woman: "And the LORD God said unto the woman, What is this thou hast done? And the woman said, The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat"
On the other hand, the woman is much more sincere than the man in saying that the snake convinced her and ate her. It does not act "in such a way as to make people forget a blameworthy past".
Ultimately, it is Gd Himself who will clear them, exonerate them from all punishment, rehabilitate them by providing them with warm clothing for their protection.
"IHVH-Adonai Elohîms said to the glébeux and to his wife
robes of skins, and put them on. "[Genesis 3:21]
Between the male and the female, there is an astonishing difference. The woman is much more mature than the man.
Adam, the human, is not mature because he is looking for a culprit. In his response, the man targets Gd and his wife hawwah. If the man was mature, he would not throw his responsibilities on the backs of others.
The Qoheleth team of Women, Leve fanm Yo, noted that every human being is freedom. Each person must take their responsibilities to heart by internalizing the three theological virtues.
Shalom and Shalom!
Sieur Onel Ecclesiaste