There are two keys that unlock the Kingdom of Yahand they are only in our own hands if we care to use them, they are not in Peter’s hands, they are not in the Chief Rabbi’s hands, they are in the hands of each of us as individuals and with individual responsibility to Yah to use them. The first key is a complete understanding of what happened in Eden as described in Genesis chapter 3, and secondly we each must have the the humility before Yah to become Creation compliant again. It is our choice and responsibility and nobody elses.
Eden is about exactly whose godship man (Adam) is going to follow, Yah’s or his own; a god is someone who decides what is good and what is bad, and now, after eating the forbidden fruit, Adam has his own godship (as do we having been born into Adam’s world).
As created, the spirit of Adam was connected to Yah, the spirit of the woman, we must assume was connected to Adam (this comes out later – see the writings of Paul).
When the woman is deceived into eating of the forbidden fruit, Adam has a choice, but decides to follow the woman’s lead, and in eating the fruit, he severs his spiritual link with Yah.
When challenged by Yah, the woman confesses that she has been deceived, see Numbers 15 to understand this sequence, and by acknowledging guilt she remains Creation compliant.
Adam on the other had throws his new found godship in Yah’s face “she did it, the woman that You gave me”. This would have been true, except that Adam alone made the decision to eat, not the woman.
So Adam has himself become a god knowing (his) good from (his) evil (v23) and cannot therefore remain Creation compliant (following Yah’s good and Yah’s evil) and he (masculine singular) is thrown out of Eden to create his own world amongst the leftover builder’s rubble of Yah’s Creation.
But there is a way back.
Having understood what happened in Eden, we too have a choice, Yah’s way or my (Adam’s) way, if we have enough humility to choose Yah’s way, then we will be shown the door to the pigsty, and the long path that leads back to the Father’s House.
And God speaketh all these words, saying,
I am Jehovah thy God, who hath brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of a house of servants.
Thou hast no other Gods before Me. (Exodus 20 YLT)
How often do I put my own godship before that of Yah?