Adam Disobeys God When He Agrees to Eve the Forbidden Fruit
God's original will was a perfect paradise. Oh, there was some work to do, primarily taking care of the garden, but life was simple for Adam and Eve. The only condition was that they do not eat the forbidden fruit.
Since Eve did not bear a child before GodÃƒÂƒÃ‚Â¢ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â€ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â™s punishment, itÃƒÂƒÃ‚Â¢ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â€ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â™s impossible to know what sort of birthing experience she could have had, or what God may have originally had in mind for the childbearing process.
Some understanding of the Hebrew words used might shed some light on what God said to Eve.
Practical Tips to Help Potential Missionaries Prepare for Ministry
When preparing for the mission field, there are practical steps that a person must take. When properly prepared, missionaries will be more successful at carrying out their personal call and the Great Commission.
Sacrificial Worship Requires Caring and Praying for the Less Fortunate
Part of worship's restorative results is reaching out to love the poor, widows, orphans, those disposessed who can in no way repay us. Worship that does not result in serevice is not real worship. How is leadership to balance the worship needs of cross-generational fellowships? Blended worship honoring old and new is one answer.
How Community Members can Celebrate the Harvest Season
Many Harvest Day and fall activities have very little cost, but provide a lifetime of great memories. No matter what age they are, and no matter where they are in the nation, Christians everywhere have many opportunities to celebrate the Fall season with wholesome and fun activities.
Noah's Ark Saves His Family and the Animal Kingdom
Noah was uniquely honorable, and believed God's revealed Word at one of the most perilous times in the history of humanity. Noah obeyed God and built an Ark in the midst of exceeding hatred and riotous rejection. As a result, Noah's son, Shem continued the lineage which ultimately produced the Lord Jesus Christ.