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16 Mar 2014: "Fall of Man" (Genesis 3)

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  • 1. Psalm 90:2 Before the mountains were born or You brought forth the whole world, from everlasting to everlasting You are God.
  • 2. 1  Now  the  serpent  was  more  crafty  than  any  of  the  wild  animals  the  Lord  God  had   made.  He  said  to  the  woman,  “Did  God  really  say,  ‘You  must  not  eat  from  any  tree  in   the  garden’?”    The  woman  said  to  the  serpent,  “We  may  eat  fruit  from  the  trees  in   the  garden,    but  God  did  say,  ‘You  must  not  eat  fruit  from  the  tree  that  is  in  the   middle  of  the  garden,  and  you  must  not  touch  it,  or  you  will  die.’”   2  “You  will  not  certainly  die,”  the  serpent  said  to  the  woman.     3  “For  God  knows  that  when  you  eat  from  it  your  eyes  will  be  opened,  and  you  will  be   like  God,  knowing  good  and  evil.”   4  When  the  woman  saw  that  the  fruit  of  the  tree  was  good  for  food  and  pleasing  to   the  eye,  and  also  desirable  for  gaining  wisdom,  she  took  some  and  ate  it.  She  also   gave  some  to  her  husband,  who  was  with  her,  and  he  ate  it.     5  Then  the  eyes  of  both  of  them  were  opened,  and  they  realized  they  were  naked;  so   they  sewed  fig  leaves  together  and  made  coverings  for  themselves.   6  Then  the  man  and  his  wife  heard  the  sound  of  the  Lord  God  as  He  was  walking  in   the  garden  in  the  cool  of  the  day,  and  they  hid  from  the  Lord  God  among  the  trees   of  the  garden.     7  But  the  Lord  God  called  to  the  man,  “Where  are  you?”   8   He  answered,  “I  heard  You  in  the  garden,  and  I  was  afraid  because  I  was  naked;     9  so  I  hid.”  
  • 3. Man is now introduced to evil
  • 4. Gen  3:7-­‐8       And  the  eyes  of  them  both  were   opened  &  they  knew  they  were   naked.    Then  the  man  &  his  wife   heard  the  sound  of  the  Lord  God   as  He  was  walking  in  the  garden   and  the  cool  of  the  day  &  they   hid  from  the  Lord  God  among  the   trees  of  the  garden.   •  Rom 3:11 “There is none who understands, there is none who seeks after God.” •  Jesus said in Luke 19:10 “For the Son of Man is come to seek & to save that which was lost”
  • 5. 12  The  man  said,  “The  woman  You   put  here  with  me  -­‐  she  gave  me   some  fruit  from  the  tree,  and  I  ate  it This  is  so  much  like  us  –  we  run  to  self-­‐defense   and  we  love  to  shift  blame.
  • 6. •  To the serpent God said – Because you have done this , cursed are you above all the livestock & all the wild animals. You will crawl on your belly & you will eat dust all the days of your life. •  And I will put enmity between you & the woman & between your offspring & hers; He will crush your head & you will strike His heel”
  • 7. Verse  21  The  LORD  God  made  garments  of  skin   for  Adam  and  his  wife  and  clothed  them   the slain animal was the first thing that died in the beautiful garden and its death was a sacrifice. It symbolizes Jesus who is described as a “Lamb slain from the foundation of the world” (Revelation 13:8)

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