CELEBRATING THE TREE OF LIFE EVERY YEAR
Hello, this question is directed at salvation and how it affects the actions of the body. If you need someone to help you become happy and come up with ideas that lead to your happiness, chances are that something is not right. Well, that is just likened to therapy and the work that they do, strong indication that the mind does not work as intended. People should and will be self-efficient just as the first two people had been, Ezekiel 28:12–13,15. The Bible story of Adam and Eve expresses that the first two people lived in Eden, a place that God created for them. Nothing but the clear blue skies for miles waiting for them to "start to build and thrive". But the reality of this story is that the two first people were tested and failed miserably and was rejected to partake of salvation.
This is the start of human nature, and we can clearly understand the actions that the unrefined mind produced within Adam and Eve. They were incapable of accomplishing the task that was placed in front of them, as their children we are copies of them and make the same errors as they did. Did you ever wonder why God gave them an outcome because of their imperfection that was proven through eating from the tree of Knowledge without divine permission, Genesis 3:16–19? In the story of chapter 3 of Genesis God acknowledges that Adam and Eve were a failed "project", so the next divine move would be to governs them until the plan for salvation can be put into effect. Genesis 3:23–24. And from this point forwards, salvation becomes a gift from God, Romans 6:23. It will work by reversing the consequences of the unrefined mind and nurtures it in a certain way that was impossible for us to receive without God permission and direction. So maybe your happiness really does depend on making God feel satisfied with humans and our choices.
Modern English Version (MEV)
13 Jesus said to her, “Everyone who drinks of this water will thirst again, 14 but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water that I shall give him will become in him a well of water springing up into eternal life.”