S1E20 Two Trees and Two Stewardships in the Garden of Eden
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One of the biggest differences between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and other denominations is that we believe that Eve’s choice in the Fall was a holy and righteous one; a necessary, vital step for all of mankind to take on the path to becoming more like our Heavenly Parents.

Have you ever wondered why Eve was created after Adam in the Garden of Eden? It has to do with the two trees in that garden: the Tree of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life and Eve and Adam as their specifically assigned stewards.

Each tree is considered a doorway, either from or to heaven. Eve and her daughters are stewards over one tree, while Adam and his sons are stewards over the other.

Listen in as I talk about how knowing the correct understand of the the Fall in the Garden of Eden will help Eve's daughters understand their divine mission and stewardship.

Also, listen as I discuss how Eve was recognized as a Life Giver before she ever had a  child or carried a single soul in her womb, and what this means for your divine mission as a woman!!

While I mostly speak about concepts and topics that are within the context of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, divine womanhood is necessary for all Christians and religions to understand.

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