As soon Adam and Eve "fell" (into sin), they realized that they were naked. Giggles...apparently they had been running around in the garden, naked as jay birds, but blissfully unaware of this fact. There was no sin in the Garden, so being naked wasn't a problem. This is a good time to introduce a very … Continue reading Naked and afraid
We find the account of the forbidden tree in Genesis 3:2. Here we see God warn Adam and Eve that they would "surely die" if they were to eat from the "forbidden tree". The serpent told Eve that eating from the tree would make them wise, that they would be "like God" knowing the difference … Continue reading What is the forbidden “tree”?
What caused Adam and Eve to eat from the forbidden tree? Why did they do it? God had given them literally everything that they could ever want or need. He had warned them that they would "surely die" if they ate from that tree? Why did they do it? Adam and Eve weren't alone in … Continue reading The serpent in the garden
God placed Adam and Eve in a perfect place with no sickness, no death, no aging, no worries, the Garden of Eden. In this place, God gave them one single rule. What was that one single rule that Adam and Eve broke, that eventually lead to sickness, pain, and death? The Bible teaches that there were … Continue reading The two “trees” in the Garden of Eden
God created the Heavens AND the Earth (and the Garden of Eden) around 6000 years ago. God spent 5 days separating Light from Darkness, separating the waters and the dry land, creating the plants and the animals. Mankind was created from the dust of the ground and placed into a perfect Garden, the Garden of Eden, a real … Continue reading When did God create man?
In "part 1" we briefly looked at the two schools of thought on what really happened "in the beginning". We debunked the theory of Evolution AND the Big Bang Theory as lies that are being forced on us by the devil who is currently in control of the world's systems (education, economic, political). This post is … Continue reading In the beginning (part 2)
I heard a great analogy today from Tony Evans, and I just had to share it. James 4:7 tells us the following: Submit yourselves then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. If you're allergic to ragweed, for example, I doubt very highly you will be dancing around in too many … Continue reading Satan has an allergy