We don’t read about Adam feeling discontent and needy for someone else besides God.
And yet God saw — while Adam enjoyed the all-sufficient Godhead — that it was not good for Adam to be alone (Genesis ). When God presents Eve to Adam, God doesn’t nervously say, “Hey, just make sure you love me more than Eve, okay? Eve was not a threat to Adam’s relationship with God.
For him, there would have been no competition for his heart and mind, because God gave Eve to him in a perfect and sinless world.
Before Eve, Adam had unbroken fellowship with God: no sin, no shame. God’s perfect love, grace, and joy flowed freely into Adam’s soul.
We follow the God-man, who is wholly physical and spiritual.