Cain and Abel – Bible Stories for Adults 005
The first four chapters of Genesis show us what society could have been and why it’s like it is now. They also show us how the world got the way it is now, what we can do about it in our own lives, and what God is going to do to fix it all in the end. The only problem for so many is believing what God says to us. Do you?
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For Further Consideration
If you would like to see more about living according to God’s plan check out our series, the Beatitudes Life Application series.
For a source outside our view, check out Cain and Abel: More than Sibling Rivalry
Our title today is Cain and Abel, Bible Stories for Adults 5.
I have, in a way, left off some of the most important things adults can learn from the previous three presentations in this series, which are the creation, Adam and Eve, and the story of the first two in the Garden and their deception by the serpent. I’ve left these vital elements until now, because we don’t really understand their value until we see the results of what happened after Adam and Eve succumbed to the adversary.