The TWO TREES (Tree of Life; Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil)



Sacrifices have to be made!

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Genesis 2:9 Names of God Bible (NOG)

Yahweh Elohim made all the trees grow out of the ground. These trees were nice to look at, and their fruit was good to eat. The tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil grew in the middle of the garden.



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Genesis 2:17 Names of God Bible (NOG)

17 But you must never eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil because when you eat from it, you will certainly die.”


The following is a teaching by the beloved late (Prophet) John Paul Jackson that I thought I should share (note that this man was carried by his mother in her womb for 11 months representing the 11th hour ministry that YAHUVEH ELOHIM had prepared for him to start. Despite having received a message from YAHUVEH ELOHIM through one of HIS Holy Angel, John Paul’s mother tried to induce her labour several times when she was 9 months and 10 months pregnant but all times were unsuccessful after which she surrendered to YAHUVEH ELOHIM.):


There are Spiritual Consequences for eating from each tree!

Themes in this teaching include:

  • Your Identity vs Identity Crisis
  • Sacrificial Spirituality vs Easy Spirituality

You can not be spiritual alone because you are flesh are blood while on this earth. You need YAH/ELOHIM!!!


A little bit More about (Prophet) John Paul Jackson:

He preferred to be called Brother John Paul Jackson.

Prophet John Paul Jackson was a husband, father, and established authority on Christian spirituality and dream interpretation. His Biblical approach to dreams reveals their life-changing purpose, and restores an overlooked way YAH/ELOHIM chooses to communicate with people. John Paul’s teachings have stirred and renewed passion for YAH/ELOHIM among people of all ages from various faith backgrounds. His thoughtful “explanations of the unexplainable” and simple, yet profound, concepts help people relate to God and each other in fresh ways.



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