“Behold, my servant shall prosper” (Isaiah 52:13a)
For when he appeared, his servant prospered.
In his Cainite humanity, he became sin to those who knew no sin.
Yet in his Adamic humanity, he became an atoning sacrifice.
He bore away the sin of the first parents, and by his stripes, the Garden was restored.
But the Cain principle is older than Eden.
There is another realm–younger than heaven; older than earth–where the serpent lies down with wolves.
He who atoned for Adam has not atoned for Cain.
And so two principles wage war in your flesh:
spirit-flesh (Christos/Adam); and flesh-flesh (Cain/Adam).
He who has ears to hear, let him hear.
Let the reader beware.