The Promised Seed

Then the Egyptians—all of Pharaoh's horses, chariots, and charioteers—followed them across the bottom of the sea. But early in the morning, the Lord looked down on the Egyptian army from the pillar of fire and cloud, and he threw them ...

The Promised Seed

The Promised Seed

The Origin of Evil, Mankind and the Godly Seed In thistrue storyAdam and his wife sinned, and brought a terrible consequence on the human race. Godjudges them, including the serpent,the one responsible for the fall of the human race. In His divine judgment, God declared that He will put enmity between the serpent and the woman, and between the serpents seed and her seed. Theserpents head will be crushed by the Seed of the woman, and the serpent will strike the Seeds heel and bruise Him, but that the Seed will strike the final and fatal blow. As a result of Adams sin, generations of men and women born into the world are death bound. Moved by great love, God intervenes, and sends His Son on a special mission. It would be the redemption of mankind through Gods only-begotten Son. To prevent thismission, the serpent movesto destroy the woman, and her Seed. But God never revealed the identity of the woman that would birth the Seed, and so, the serpent is left guessing and frustrated. His frustration forces him to become the unseen destroyer that would cause the deaths of Gods people throughout the ages of time. In his enmity against the woman, he tries all he can to prevent the Seed of God from being born into the world. He fails and the Seed finally comes into the world. Filled with great wrath, he wages fierce and brutal war on the promised Seed of God. Finally, he overcomes the Seed of God. But, did the serpent bruise the heel of the promised Seed, or did the promised Seed strike the final and fatal blow? Who will win the battle of the seeds? Find out in this thrilling and adventurous true story.

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