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The Origin of Sin

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Inga wong

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of The Origin of Sin

Satan, God's Enemy, took the form of a serpent and tempted Eve. The Origin of Sin Eve knew God's command, but she listened to the serpent and ate the fruit. She thought that eating the fruit would give her the wisdom she felt she lacked. 2. 4. Eve gave some of the fruit to Adam and he ate it. Adam also sinned. Both Adam and Eve realized they had sinned, so they hid from God. 1. God told Adam not to eat the fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. 3. 5. 6. The terrible consequences that followed the first sin included pain, hard work, and physical death. Adam and Eve experienced judgment and separation from God. All have been born with a sin nature. This means that people have inherited a tendency to sin. They often give in to the temptation to do things that they know are wrong. The sin nature came as a result of the Fall. Even though people sin, God still loves them and offers His free gift of salvation. Salvation comes through faith in Jesus. Sin Nature Genesis 2:7-3:19
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