If the world is ever going to learn anything out of all that has been happening in the past three months, is the fact that all the authorities, powers, and dominion, including that of the unseen realm belong to the creator of the heaven and the earth, and God is not showing the world that he still in charge.
Countless many, as we can see in the word of God and in modern history were defeated by the enemy during their prime days of strength and glory. A very good example of this that of Rehoboam, Son of King Solomon. The scripture affirms that when Rehoboam’s position as the King of Israel was firmly established with all the fortified cities he had built and the great numbers of armies at his disposal, he and the rest of the people abandoned the laws and ways of God.
The bottom line was 22 out of 33 thousand chosen warriors on the way to the battle were sent back home because something that ought to have been part of their default, the footing of readiness as the army of God was not there, hence, they were sent home. What could disqualify you and me in this season of preparedness and enrolment for the battle of the Lord?
Our understanding and interpretation of revelation must precede beyond the confinement of what may have been suggested to us by various opinions, or better still, by what may appear to be the obvious interpretation or the answer needed within our own limited definition and understanding of knowledge, and I am referring to spiritual knowledge.
Adam's opportunity to choose the instruction of the father was not really design to merely test his allegiance or commitment in obeying the will of The father, like many theologians and spiritual leaders have suggested. No. The power of choice was given to him to prove to himself and the rest of creation, including Satan that he has developed his ability to restrain himself from whatever form of temptation he may face.
The creation of man in the very image and likeness of God was a clear prophetic statement to Satan and the rest of the one third fallen angels of their eternal defeat. Beyond this, Eden was a perfect image of the community life the father designed and desired for man to cultivate and built for his family and the generations to come. in Adam's innocence, he relished in the flurry of the father’s presence and glory until his very first test to prove his approval occurred.