Sorry for the delay but I’m a little confused. The first mention of the Messiah is Gen 3:15?
I’ll quote from the original King James in Middle English:
‘But of the fruit of the tree, which God hath said, ye shall not eat of it, neither shall you touch it least you die.’
This was Eve talking to Adam after being tempted by the serpent.
Feminazis like to use this as evidence of the Lord’s ‘sexism’, of course. As we know G-d blames Eve for tempting Adam and exiles them both, placing cherubim and fiery spinning swords to assure they cannot return. He also punishes the serpent and makes it an enemy of man. He also afflicts Eve with childbirth pain and gives man the power to ‘rule’ over her whilst at the same time afflicting her with desire for him.
Eve naturally blames the serpent for duping her. Adam is also punished by having to toil unproductive soil and weeding.
So the question remains, where is the mention of the Messiah in all this?