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Flimsy Leaves cannot hide the Dysfunctionality that comes through Curse and Judgement
From peace to rivalry, from joy to gloom, from fearlessness to fear, from unity to enmity,from hope to hopelessness, from calm and order, to chaos and anarchy – that describesthe scene in the Garden post the Fall. Sin disrupts all that was good. A bondage ofcorruption that has left the created world in futility and in the pangs and agony ofchildbirth, awaiting the redemption of the sons of men, and the liberation that comesby Divine Decree and Sovereign Grace alone.
Burying the disgrace of sin under flimsy leaves
God loved them and they loved God.Also, the man and the woman loved one another. It was a great joy for them to betogether.
This too was very good. The man and the woman loved their world and theirwork. The earth was a blessing for them, bringing forth all kinds of good things, and theman and the woman were a blessing for the earth as they joyfully tended it with loveand care. During those days, in the beginning, there was peace on earth everywhere,even in the hearts of the first two human beings. Then the man and the woman sinnedand there was no longer peace.
A Look at the Person and Work of the Second Adam
In order to have a better comprehension of the contrast the Scriptures paint betweenthe First and the Second Adam, in terms of their works and their persons, and in order forus to understand the extent of our depravity in the First Adam, we need to have acomprehension of the Person and Works of the Second Adam, to understand the greatness of salvation which is found in Christ alone.
A Biblical and medical response to COVID 19
A Biblical and medical response to COVID 19 (By Dr George Varughese)
Paul’s prayers for the churches
Combined evening service: Paul’s prayers for the churches, Philippians 1 (Peter Sammons).
The Book of Genesis: The Dialogue of Descent
At this stage, before the Fall, Adam and Eve had listened only to God. There were noother voices; there were no other influences. Up until this point God has providedeverything Adam and Eve had needed and now in the Garden a test of their loyalty toGod arises. And their conscious decision to disobey God has disastrous consequenceson Adam and Eve, on their relationship with God, on all who will come from their seedand on all of creation. Destruction, disaster and death enter upon the disobedience ofthe first man and his wife.