The Word "Accuser"
Who is the real accuser of the brethren?
Genesis 3:12, "And the man said, the woman whom thou gavest to be with me..". Adam accuses the woman and blames God for giving her to him; yet, it was Adam's words that she spoke that gave life. The serpent could not create, he could only imitate. God created Adam in His own image and likeness, which is by the power of words creation, took place.
Genesis 1:3, "God said...."
Proverbs 18:21, "Death and life are in the power of the tongue."
Proverbs 15:4, "A wholesome tongue is a tree of life."
Proverbs 10:11, "The mouth of a righteous man is a well of life: but violence covereth the mouth of the wicked."
In Genesis 3:3 the God whom the woman is referring to is not Father God, but Adam. He was the god she knew which gave the word "touch" into creation taking the true Word of Father God and adding to what was really said. In
Genesis 2:17, we read that Father God never said the word "touch", so where did the woman get it from? The only one that could have created it with a position of god was Adam. Luke 3 tells us that Adam is the Son of God.
The word "touch" brought the senses into creation causing a down play of faith, which is Spirit. Father God is Spirit. Senses are not involved with His spoken word because He is the Word. Senses bring in emotion and choices of give and take. God is absolute, there is no choice, and He doesn't need a stirring of emotions to make a decision. His decision is Himself, which is perfect.
Revelation 22:19 tells us "if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book."
Adam took away from God's words and gave his own to the woman. The question the serpent asks the woman is really a question of which is the real God, Father God, or Adam god?
Do we read the Word of God with the Life of eternalness in the now, or do we add/subtract from the Word by allowing our senses to say, "but; back then; in the future; for them, but not for me; it doesn't look like wholeness, or peace; etc."
I challenge you to go before your Heavenly Father and ask Him to reveal to you which Adam your heart has brought back from the grave on resurrection morning.