Genesis 3

Genesis 3:21-24

The acts of God in clothing Adam and Eve and their subsequent extirpation from the garden are chiefly merciful acts.

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Genesis 3:16-19

The act of Adam renaming his wife Eve is significant because it refers to something new in the redemptive purpose of God.

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Genesis 3:14-15

The Lord responds to Adam and Eve's sin in justice and mercy, anticipating the cosmic battle between Messiah and Satan.

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Genesis 3:8-13

Restoration and recovery can be attributed only to the intervention of God and only because he is the Lord God.

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Genesis 3:1-8

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   February 16, 2009   |   Old Testament, Genesis   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Genesis 3

When Adam and Eve demoted God they demeaned themselves.

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Genesis 3:6

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   December 1, 2008   |   Old Testament, Genesis   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Genesis 3

Evil cannot be addressed unless sin is delt with.

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Genesis 2:8-3:6

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   November 17, 2008   |   Old Testament, Genesis   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Genesis 3

Though our first parents embraced the distorted words of the serpent, God's Word comes with promises and freedom for his creatures.

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