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God of Sinners

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Ben Lovelady

on 11 June 2017

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Transcript of God of Sinners

"The man called his wife's name Eve, because she was the mother of all living."
Genesis 3:20 ESV
God of Sinners
“So Adam called his wife, ‘Life’, whereas in fact through her fault death has just entered the world! Where did he get such a bold idea, which almost seems blind to reality? Not from unawareness, but from a very precise awareness of the full significance of the words God has spoken. Despite death and despite the suffering that will afflict the woman, God has maintained the blessing of children. He has thus promised a stubborn perseverance of life, come what may. He has promised a future.”
Henri Blocher
"And this is the victory that has overcome the world--our faith."
1 John 5:4 ESV
Repentance
"And the LORD God made for Adam and for his wife garments of skins and clothed them."
Genesis 3:21 ESV
“The first is an attempt to cover oneself, the second is accepting a covering from another. The first is manmade and the second is God made. Adam and Eve are in need of a salvation that comes from without. God needs to do for them what they are unable to do for themselves.”
Victor Hamilton
“Adam took leaves from an inanimate, unfeeling tree; God deprived an animal of life, that the shame of His creature might be relieved. This was the last thing Adam would have thought of doing. To us life is cheap and death familiar, but Adam recognized death as the punishment of sin. Death was to early man a sign of God’s anger. And he had to learn that sin could be covered not by a bunch of leaves snatched from a bush as he passed by and that would grow again next year, but only by pain and blood.”
Marcus Dodds
“I remember two things very clearly: I am a great sinner,
and Christ is a great Savior.”
John Newton
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