I don and I am not dead.
That is the first of a series of questions I am asking myself after I have decided to take my own life.
I have tried to keep it a secret from my family and friends.
I do not want them to know.
I am living on a very limited budget, which means I cannot afford to visit my family in any form of private mourning.
I also do not have a long-term plan to live.
But there is one person in my life who, I think, knows exactly what I am going through and I can offer her some advice: she is my God.
In the Bible, God created Adam and Eve in his image, as he has always done with every human being.
They are the first two humans on earth.
God created human beings to share the earth.
In Genesis 1, God says, “God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him.”
In Hebrews 1:14, God writes, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have eternal life.”
These words are a clear message: God created us for a purpose in life.
The first humans, he wrote, are “the first in the creation of God.”
God’s purpose for them is to create and sustain our species.
As he wrote in 1 Corinthians 6:8, the first human beings were created “for the good of all mankind.”
It is true that humans were created for a specific purpose.
But in the Bible there are many other human beings who are far more important.
For example, in Genesis 1:26-27, God wrote, “Then God said to the earth, I give you every plant that is upon the face of the whole earth, every tree that is in the valley of the shadow of the heaven, and every tree which is in a hollow tree, to you; every herb that is on the face that is above the earth and on the trees that are in the valleys thereof, and to you, that ye may eat.
“Therefore I give to every man that has any seed in him a seed for a blessing, and a blessing to every tree, that they may bear fruit, and for the trees to bear fruit and for every tree for the birds to sing, and they shall bring forth much fruit for your souls. “
“And God said, Behold, the man that sows to man shall bring up seed unto him for a tree; and the tree shall be blessed for ever, and God shall be glorified in the earth.” “
The first human being, Adam, was created by God. “
And God said, Behold, the man that sows to man shall bring up seed unto him for a tree; and the tree shall be blessed for ever, and God shall be glorified in the earth.”
The first human being, Adam, was created by God.
He was also the first to be given dominion over the earth because of his capacity for cooperation.
Adam was also a gift to God.
God has created a perfect being to be his steward and servant.
Adam’s wife Eve was created in his likeness.
The Bible teaches that God made her to be the wife of man, but Adam was not a perfect woman.
He did not have perfect physical attributes.
God had created him as a perfect human being with all the attributes that we humans have today.
But God had also created Adam with an evil side.
God’s intention was to destroy the world and the species that God has chosen to call himself.
So God created two people in his plan: Adam and Adam’s daughter, Eve.
Adam and his wife Eve became a gift from God to humans.
Eve was to give birth to a new species.
In Adam and the Woman He Loved, James M. Ward explains that God created Eve to be a “living image” of the first man, Adam.
Eve is described as “a daughter of God, conceived by the Spirit in her mother’s womb.”
God had planned to bring about the fall of Adam and that he would create the first woman to bring it about.
But, Ward writes, Adam and all the other first humans who became his sons and daughters “could not bring themselves to sin.”
God made Eve, Eve’s offspring, and Eve herself to be “his perfect woman.”
That is, Adam was to be loved and loved as God had loved his first parents.
He had become a son of God and he was to live forever.
Eve, in turn, was to provide a place for Adam’s children to grow up and for them to have a place to come to and learn about their God-given gifts.
Eve’s children would be