Monday, November 12, 2012
Aman (Adam, the First Parent) Adds to His Earlier Writing About His Great Sin of Disobedience
September 7, 1915
Received by James Padgett
I am here, Aman.
Yes, and I want to correct what I wrote before in this: that I never was a spirit who wanted to have merely immortality as God was immortal, but I also wanted to obtain the power and wisdom which I saw that God possessed.
I thought that if I could obtain these qualities, I would become a God and a co-equal with my Creator and, hence, the possessor of all the universe, and of all power and knowledge that He had. My effort to realize my ambition in these particulars was a part of my great sin of disobedience. I thought it best to tell you this so that my description of the great sin of disobedience would not be only a part of the truth.
I now know what an insignificant creature I was - as compared to the Father, and I also know that the creation of Amon (Eve) and me was the highest creation in all the universe of God. But the great mercy and Love of the Father, notwithstanding my great sin, has placed me in the position and condition which he promised me at my creation, and which I forfeited with such fatal consequences.
You have a privilege which I was then deprived of for so many long years, and your happiness may be as great as mine is now without having to wait the long and many years that I waited. No wonder that mankind worships Jesus as God, when we consider the Great Gift that he brought to them and the way to obtain it.
I must not write more.
Your brother in Christ and father in the flesh,