The Kind Principle

The Kind Principle

God established a law in Genesis the first chapter called the "Kind Principle". It states that the seed of that kind is within, and able to produce more of the like kind.


Adam is the only creation that can produce creativity by words that are spoken. Once words are spoken they have the power to produce life or death. Gen.2:19 tells us God formed every beast, every fowl, and brought them to Adam to give them a name. The name he gave was forever instilled as the identity of that creature. A dog is not a cat, a bee is not a mosquito, an elephant is not a giraffe. Any where in the world the name of each creature is the same, and can only produce its own kind. Now walk with me…………………


Gen. 1:26 tells us that God made man in "our" image after "our" likeness (which means kind). Adam declares this image has been reproduced when he sees the creation taken out of him and says it is his bone and his flesh calling it Woman. God's image, God's kind has reproduced and is known in the New Testament (yet before Calvary) as the offspring of God, The son of God. (Check out the genealogy of Jesus in Luke chapter 3).


Knowing this kind principle still exist today since we still see orange trees producing orange trees, cats producing cats, and people producing people, etc. Lets ask ourselves another question………does a child (offspring) have the right to choose who it's parents are going to be? Can a child change the DNA structure of it's bloodline and genetic coding? Of course not. The basic laws of conception state that a male and female of the same kind come together as one. Even this act is not a guarantee of producing offspring. It begins with God. Jeremiah 1:5 tells us before God formed us in the womb He knew us in an intimate way, a oneness of His kind, and then before we came out of the womb He sanctified us which means to make clean, dedicate, consecrate to God. To declare us as holy. (I didn't say this, the Bible does). God declares this after the fall of Adam to Jeremiah and then confirms it to Luke when the Holy Spirit gives the genealogy of Jesus. Now walk with me……


Knowing that it was God who created the kind principle how does being a sinner fit into the picture? How can a sinner become a son of God? This is like saying a dog doesn't want to be a dog anymore, it wants to be a cat. Where does a man get the idea that he can become a woman, or a woman can become a man changing the kind principle that God created? It begins with a mind set. Whose mind are you listening to? When an individual has major sex change surgery to where outwardly they totally appear to be the opposite of who they were, they still can't change the cellular structure of the DNA,or the life in the blood that declares if you were born as a woman then you are a woman, and if you were born as a man then you are a man. This is why they can't reproduce the change into children. Now walk with me………….


When we receive Jesus Christ s our personal savior what are we really declaring? Is acknowledging being a sinner a statement as a noun or a verb? Is it possible that we have been taught a lie that goes against the laws of nature, the kind principle that God created? Medical science will acknowledge that if you take a genius child, born of royal bloodline, put him in an environment that he only hears how dump and stupid he is along with being surrounded with every negative name calling with no love or encouragement, that child will not know his true identity and inheritance. When he becomes an adult at midlife finding out who he really is, it will be very difficult to accept and change because of the life style and words that have been his identity in his mind. Another example, if you take a newborn eagle and place it in a chicken coop to be raised with the chickens it will act like a chicken as an adult. It will not know that it has the ability to fly high, to see with a depth and distance further than a chicken. It will not know that it has the natural ability to be a very powerful creature fit for survival and independence.


What is the real difference between those that declare they are Christians and those that don't? Could it be that those that don't simply don't know who their real heavenly Father is? Are we as Christians showing non-Christians their Father God? That is what Jesus did. He said when you see me, you see the Father, my Father and your Father. For all power has been given to me in heaven and earth, as my Father sent me, even so send I you. (read John 20). The Bible doesn't say that He is speaking to just believers, or to those that received Him first to get the ability to call God Father. He made a statement that He was your Father whether you received Him or not.


Sin has placed a bondage on God's children removing them from the ability to have a personal relationship with Him in the Old Testament. Jesus paid the price of that bondage, removing and destroying it when He went to the cross. He said that all power in heaven and earth has been given to Him. If all means all, then satan can't have any power. If Jesus has sent us as He is then we have that power as cells of His body. The power that satan receives comes from us, not by who he is, but by us not knowing who we are. Many Christians still say" "I'm just a poor sinner saved by grace". There is no power of God in that mind set. Do your children stop being your children because they chose to live a life you didn't raise them as which may be headed for destruction and hurt? No, They will always be your children. What they are missing is the relationship and the ability to receive the inheritance of your wisdom. When a child realizes that things were better around mom and dad, that their parent's lives are an example of love, life, peace, etc. a veil is removed from the child's understanding that his way may not of been the best. There becomes a need to go back and get reconnected with the wisdom and relationship with his parents of who he really is. That's called repentance, simply turning around and beginning again with your true identity. Being a sinner is not a noun of identity, but an action or direction that was taken apart from the truth of who God is and who you are.


Adam and the Woman began the question of who they were in chapter 3 of Genesis. The fact that there is a conversation and question with satan as to their identity shows their own insecurity. They were messing around in the fields instead of staying in the garden where they belonged. They were already as God beings created in His image and producing sons of God as found in Gen. 6. The Woman exchanges words with satan, which we already established has power to produce life or death, with a creature that wasn't suppose to talk. She adds the word "touch", a created word by Adam, not God, to the words God gave her opening a realm of the creation of good and evil. "If it feels good, looks good, taste good, sounds good, it must be good"; or "I need to see it before I believe it" mentality. This mindset hinders the mindset of our God identity that faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Heb. 11:1). The Woman today is the church, the body of Christ. Jesus Christ is the 2nd Adam. Still today we have the woman trying to dig up the tree of knowledge of good and evil. That tree no longer exist except in the mind of man. The 2nd Adam, Jesus who is the Tree of Life, hung on the tree of knowledge, removing the penalty and bondage that the first Adam and the first Woman placed on the genealogy of God. God's children were in a spiritual prison which was removed 2000 years ago. God spared not His own Son, but delivered him up for us all. All means all, not just those that believe, but those that don't know who they are yet. In Romans 8:38-39 we read, "neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, Which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. This covers the all, those that believe, and those that don't. We as Christians need to look within ourselves and ask are we presenting the Father to the non-believer which reflects unconditional love and forgiveness, or are we showing how bad they are and that they are going to hell if they don't do something by accepting Jesus as their personal savior. Many of them will tell you they are already in hell, where else can they go? Accepting Jesus and conforming to the life style of the church today becomes a works issue they can't relate to. Sometimes people change because of a fear that they are going to be left behind. Think about this………….what father or mother who really loves they're children want a relationship with them based on fear. When a child recognizes their true identity and knows in their heart that their parents will receive them back after a life of destruction with open, loving arms there is a drawing effect a child will respond to because of the inner hearts desire to be loved and accepted. There may be issues of blockage that cause hindrance to come back home, usually because of doubt and insecurity of understanding the fullness of the Father's love. It is our job as believers to show them the forgiveness and unconditional love of their heavenly Father.


Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God. Matt. 5:8-9.


May God bless you with the revelations of His word, peace, and life. 

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