Eve, the First Daughter; She is a Woman who was Raised by God.
She was the first woman to experience marriage, discipline, motherhood, loss, and grand mothering.
The First Woman and Wife
Genesis 2: 20 – 25
The First Daughter Disciplined
Genesis 3: 16
The First Mother
Genesis 4: 1 – 2
The First Grieving Mother
Genesis 4: 25 – 26
Genesis 4: 17 – 18
How perfect must her life have been?
Of course, she probably did not think so because she is human and can always find flaws in the grand design; however, really think about the perfection of her life.
Eve did not have another woman to compete with when it came to her father or husband's attention. Also, she was instructed on how to be a woman, mother, and wife directly by God. God had face-to-face communication with her about the life and purpose given to her.
Can you imagine having a one-on-one verbal conversation with God Himself?
She heard His voice, touched His hand, and physically hugged and pulled on Him. It is possible that Eve experienced a dance, song, long walk, holding hands, and story-time with the Lord Almighty.
Oh, how amazing this must have been.
When Adam ignored, neglected, or hurt her, Eve had God to physically run to for verbal consultation as well as comforting.
When her children needed to be fed, taught, disciplined, Eve could literally call out for God to physically come to her aid.
Can you imagine learning from, embracing, loving, being loved by, interacting, and conversing with perfection?
No judgment, no negativity, no unrealistic expectations, no abuse, no neglect, no lack.
I envy the blessed time Eve spent with our Heavenly Father.
Every mother desires to raise children that will succeed in life. We want our children to have the skills and discipline to accomplish everything they choose to pursue. In order for such a result, mothers must take the time to purposely and lovingly discipline our children. The webinar on discipline takes a Biblical look at how we can exchange our harmful discipline tactics for Godly discipline tactics.
So tune in with your Bible, notepad, and pen.
My name is Margaret McDowell, and I am with For EverLasting Revelation. A nonprofit organization that aims to journey with women through motherhood with God and purpose. I am not a Biblical scholar, but I am an experienced sinner who seeks God for love, guidance, and mercy.