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Adam and Eve


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Title: Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve
  • Adam, The son of God
  • Luke 323- 38

  • In Romans 512-21 the Apostle Paul authenticates
    Adam as head of the physical human race.
  • Paul states that everyone is in Adam by nature.
  • In Adam, all die.

Christ Is Head of Spiritual Race
  • A race of people who enjoy by faith
  • Benefits of redemption
  • Abundant life
  • No condemnation
  • In Christ all shall be made alive
  • 1st Corinthians 1522

The Man God Created
  • The LORD God formed man of the dust of the
    ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath
    of live, and man became a living being. Genesis
  • Man originally possessed the spiritual and moral
    qualities of God

Attributes of Adam
  • The first man possessed knowledge and wisdom.
  • He had dominion over all other living creatures.
  • His responsibility was to cultivate and keep the
    Garden of Eden
  • (Genesis 128)

God Gave Adam a Wife
  • From Adams own body
  • To provide loving companionship
  • To love and be loved by her
  • To fill the earth and subdue it

Garden of Eden
  • Has been labeled Paradise
  • Filled with lush vegetation
  • Everything was pleasant to the eye
  • Bore fruit for food and nourishment

Before Sin Entered
  • Adam and Eve were innocent and sinless
  • All Gods creatures were peaceful pets
  • A beautiful river flowed through Eden
  • The Tree of Life grew in the Garden
  • They walked and talked with God
  • This was a perfect environment

Man Was Tested By God
  • In the garden was the Tree of Life and the
  • Tree of The Knowledge of Good and Evil
  • Adam and Eve were commanded not to eat of the
    Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil
  • for the day you eat from it you shall surely
    die. Genesis 217b

God Gives Man A Choice
  • Man can choose to obey Gods authority
  • Man can choose to forsake Gods rule
  • Every human being faces the same choice

The Tempter Came
  • The Tempter came in the form of a serpent, most
    likely very beautiful.
  • He was a spirit being. Created as a cherub that
    covered the throne of God.
  • His name was Lucifer. He was blameless until
    unrighteousness was found in him.

Satan, the Devil
  • Isaiah 1412-15 tells of Lucifer and his fall
  • He was filled with pride
  • He chose to make himself equal with God
  • He was cast out of heaven.

Satan Deceives Eve
  • He used 3 steps to get her to disobey God
  • Raised doubt in her mind, Genesis 31b
  • Outright denial of what God said, verse 34
  • Deception about Gods intent, verse 35.

Threefold Effect On Eve
  • The lust of the flesh-
  • the woman saw that the tree was good for food
  • The lust of the eye-
  • And that it was pleasant to the eyes
  • The pride of life-
  • Desirable to make one wise
  • Genesis 36a

Adam Was Not Deceived
  • 1st Timothy 214,
  • And Adam was not deceived
  • Adam made a knowledgeable choice and disobeyed
  • Adam and Eve died spiritually that day

The Consequences of Sin
  • Adam and Eve hid from God, Genesis 38
  • The Serpent and Lucifer were cursed
  • Eve was cursed
  • Adam was cursed
  • This curse of death passed on to all the human

Forgiveness and Restoration
  • God called out to Adam and Eve
  • God made a covering from animal skins
  • Required the death of an innocent substitute

Christ, Our Innocent Substitute
  • Jesus was the Lamb of God
  • sent to die to pay for our sin
  • He lived a perfect, sinless life
  • He willingly accepted our sins to be laid on Him.
  • He received our punishment so we might live.

Paradise Regained
  • Christ will restore all that was lost through
  • Genesis tells of Paradise lost
  • In Revelation 21 and 22 we learn of Paradise