We can see clearly from Isaiah 65 that in the New Jerusalem, the curse is reversed.
We see Isaiah say that no longer would children be brought forth for trouble as reversal of the bringing forth children in sorrow curse.
We also see Isaiah say that Gods elect would long enjoy the work of their hands and they would plant vineyards and eat of their fruit. This is a reversal of the ground curse.
So in Christ we are made NEW creations and nothing biologically happens. The reversal of this curse has nothing to do with a physical change either. It represents a status change from servant to sonship.
Old Covenant Israel was in bondage. New Covenant Israel is free.
Servant vs Son.
Slave vs Heir.
But the point is that the "creation" curse was given in the garden.
Israel came from the lineage of Adam.
The Old Covenant creation, the Old Heaven and Earth, began in the garden. It was God forming His people.
We see laws right away. Abel and Cain sacrificing to God for sin. Where did they get these commandments from to do so? These are Covenant people.
We see God command Noah to build an altar and sacrifice to Him on it because God was establishing His Covenant with Noah since He would wipe out all of His former Covenant people in the flood. God even says "I will establish MY covenant with you" to Noah.
God did not say "I will establish A covenant with you."
God said "I will establish MY covenant with you."
If I said to you "I am dropping off a child to you" that is much different than me saying "I am dropping of MY child to you."
One shows ownership and possession. Big difference. God was establishing a pre-existing Covenant with a new head...Noah.
We know for a fact that they were in Covenant because Hosea 6:7 says it plainly...
"They LIKE ADAM, transgressed the Covenant. There they dealt treacherously with me"
Hosea equates Israel's transgression of the Covenant with Adam's transgression of the Covenant. Clearly showing again that they were both under those same Covenant terms even though Israel had way more laws given to them than Adam did.
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