Kenites, Those Who Say They Are Jews And Are Not (part2)


Our 1st post ended saying, Cain is not mentioned in Genesis 5 along with the generations of Adam. If Cain isn’t mentioned in Adam’s generation in chapter 5 of Genesis we would need a second witness to verify Cain’s generations, Matthew 18:16 ; 2nd Corinthians 13:1. Yes, there is a 2nd witness and its found inthe Book of Jude.

Jude 14, And Enoch also the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these saying, “behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of His saints.”

The order Jude 14 gives us of the names of the generation of Adam given in Genesis chapter 5 is as follows:

Adam, Seth, Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel, Jared, and Enoch. Count them! Notice, as the scriptures say, Enoch is the seventh from Adam, If we would insert Cain between Adam and Seth, the number would not be the seventh but  the eigth. The Book of Jude agrees with chapter 5 of Genesis, that Cain should not be included in the progeny of Adam because Cain is not Adam’s son. Cain has his own progeny as listed in Genesis chapter 4.

Satan as an Angel of Light

Some have thought it impossible for angels, much less Satan, to beguile Eve as Genesis 3:13 says. Is it because they they have different bodies? And that an angelic body is not compatible with a human body? The age that was as described by the Apostle Peter, 2nd Peter 3:6, was an age of Spirit. God was Spirit, and the sons of God were spirit. This present earth age is the age of flesh. All of God’s children will pass through this 2nd earth age in flesh bodies, including Satan. When this age of flesh is completed, we will all go back to our spiritual bodies. The flesh returns to the dust of the ground and  we have no need of our flesh bodies anymore. Our flesh body is only a temporary housing for our real self, our soul, which was created by God in the age that was, Ezekiel 18:4.The age that was is an age of the spirit. There are no males and females in Ezekiel 18:4 as was created by God in Genesis 1:26. We all go back to our spiritual bodies after this present age of flesh but this final age will be filled with the righteousness of Christ,1st Corinthians 1:30; 2nd Corinthians 5:21. During the age that was, we were not filled within with the righteousness of Christ.  Rghteousness means that we, His Son’s, will always do the right thing and live righteously as our Father God lives, Matthew 6:33.

In Genesis 18, we read of three men approaching Abraham’s tent. The Hebrew word “ish” is used in that chapter and denoted a male or males. Genesis 19:1 reads that 2 of the three that visited Abraham are called angels. With that little nugget, we can better understand what the Apostle Paul tells us.

2nd Corinthians 11:14, “And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.”

       Eve is Beguiled

The Apostle Paul tells us in 2nd Corinthians 11:3 that Eve was wholly seduced. The word beguiled in the Hebrew dictionary is 1818 and means to seduce wholly, beguile, deceive. Some people interpret wholly seduced in different ways as to their liking. Some teach that Eve ate an apple, etc. However, they used fig leaves to covered their nakeckness, not to cover their mouths. Isn’t this why Jesus told His disciples to learn the parable of the fig tree stated in Matthew 24:32? A fig leaf, to man’s understanding, is to cover  something that is hidden.

The Apostle Paul tells us that man was made a little lower than the angels, Hebrews 2:7 there is no gender in in the creation of God’s souls. Ezekiel 28:13 says that Satan was in the Garden of Eden, and verse 15 of that same chapter says that he was perfect in all his ways, sealed with wisdom, until iniquity was found in him. He was the nachash or the shining one. Does anyone think that Eve could withstand a seducing spirit being like Satan? This is the warning to all Christians, 1st Peter 5:8.

A Multiple Birth

 Genesis 4:1, And Adam knew his wife Eve, and she conceived and bare Cain, and said, “I have gotten a man from the Lord” 2, And she again bare his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground.

The word again in verse 2 is #3254 in the Hebrew Dictionary and means to continue to do a thing. She first gave birth to Cain and continued in labor and brought forth Abel. They were fraternal twins, born in separate water sacks. Cain was first born son of Eve when she was wholly seduced by the shining one. The second son was when Adam knew his wife Eve and fathered Abel. That’s the reason why they both brought offerings to God at the same time.

Another Biblical fact to be considered is that Genesis chapter 5 lists Adam’s progeny. After each name and length of years it states, then he died. That is the continuing language with each generation of names of Adam’s progeny in chapter 5 and using the expression, then he died. Chapter 4 gives Cain’s progeny but after each of Cain’s progeny’s name, there is no record stating, that he died.


this is what God calls inherited generational sin, Genesis 20:5. Read chapter 4 and 5 carefully.

The reasoning behind God placing a mark on Cain is that He wanted Cain to repent and have a change of heart. Throughout the centuries, God had a mark placed upon Cain and his progeny with the possibility of they depending upon Him rather than the independence shown by Cain that we read about in Genesis 4:7. Because Cain is the Son of Satan does not mean that Cain is guilty of his fathers sin, Ezekiel 18:4. God loves all His children and His wish is that all come to repentance, 2nd Peter  3:9

Malachi 4:5, “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord; 6, and he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest i come and smite the earth with a curse.”

The word fathers is plural meaning that there is more than one father. Either you can be of the seed of God or you can be of the seed of Satan.

Parents Are To Teach Their Children

Deutermony 11:19, “And ye shall teach them your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou liest down, and when thou riseth up.”

Apparently Adam taught Abel of the proper way to present offerings to God. This tells us even though Adam fell in the Garden, he depended on God. Scriptures tells us that Abel was a keeper of the sheep, not for his living or food because meat was not included in the human diet until we read of it after the flood, Genesis 9:3. Abel was a shepherd the same as David and Jesus were shepherds.

Cain, on the other hand, was a tiller of the ground. We must remember that, because of the sin in the Garden, the ground was under a curse, Genesis 3:17. That may be why his offering was rejected.

Jesus confronts the Kenites, who were the scribes and religious leaders in the Book of John, John 8:44. He taught as the Church of Smyrah and Philadelphia taught and spoke out to those who sat in the seat of Moses, the scribes.

1st John 3:11, “For this is the message that we heard from the beginning, that we should love one another. 12, Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother. And wherefore slew he him? Because his own works were evil and his brother’s righteous.

We see in the writings of scripture that there are a people who God loves but  set themselves aside because of their independence of Him. These are  called tares, a crop which were sown among the good crop wheat, and when fully grown, have no head and were planted by the enemy of God, Satan. God’s desire is for them to have a willing heart and eventually seek dependency on Him. God is love but love needs to be generated from within our hearts otherwise we would be robots. God doesen’t force anyone but hopes that all come to repentence.