There were Two Enochs…

 

“And Cain knew his wife; and she conceived, and bare Enoch: and he built a city, and called the name of the city, after the name of his son, Enoch,”   Genesis 4:17.

“And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters:  And all the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years:  And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him,”   Genesis 5:22-24.

This revelation came to me a couple of months back.  It is a very simple message with a broad meaning.

The first Enoch was a direct son of Cain.  The bible says that he was an inheritor of a city.  He was wealthy while the second Enoch was of the righteous seed of Seth.

This Enoch had a very strong spiritual heritage and a legacy.  He had his foot print on the sand of time.  Of him it was said he walked with God and never tasted death.  Such a strong spiritual wealth he possessed.

Now the Lord said to me,

“While the first Enoch represents a generation of physically wealth people who do not know him, the second Enoch represents a generation of spiritual wealthy people who are physically poor.  But I AM bringing into one, the two Enochs.

My Church shall not only be rich and wealthy in spiritual matters, but shall be wealthy, physically commanding wealth, and the nation’s, says the Lord!”

The spiritual Enoch must learn to embrace the physical Enoch for a part cannot deny the other half which makes it whole.

The Church is going to realize her Financial destiny in this season as she begins to embrace the ministry of wisdom!

 

~  by Mark Cyril


Pastor Mark Cyril Author, teacher, motivational and conference speaker, Pastor Mark Cyril is the international President of CYRIL MARK WORLD EVANGELISM – an independent ministry taking the message of the cross across the Nations turning many in their numbers to salvation through Jesus Christ. He is also the Senior Pastor of Revelation Apostolic Community; an apostolic and Prophetic Word based ministry in Abuja the capital city of Nigeria – West Africa.

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