God 's Mercy On The Events And Characters Of Genesis And Jonah

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Evaluate God 's mercy in relation to his response to humanity using the events and characters of Genesis and Jonah. To evaluate character and events of Genesis and Jonah pertaining God’s mercy on relations on his response to humanity for his people. These two books of Genesis and Jonah gives us examples how humanity change when Adam and Eve cast the first Sin in Genesis 3, however in Genesis 2 God gave humanity a chance by providing them everything they needed in the Garden of Eden. Jonah disobeyed God until he realize God has a greater purpose for him. First, I will explain why Adam and Eve is an important character about humanity and God’s Mercy in Genesis. Both Adam and Eve were innocent because they do not know sin. Humanity was perfect as the world God created to be. He meticulously prepare everything else in creation as the ideal home for humanity (Arnold & Beyer, 2008). They experience God great presence of no pain or suffering. Thus, they enjoyed unlimited access to God’s wonderful presence. God’s utopia was perfect and everlasting from love, but one fall of sin change it all humanity. For insistence, the fall of man begins with the serpent persuaded Eve to eat from tree. You will not surely die. For God knows that in the day you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil (Genesis 3:5 NASB). As a result, humanity fall from God unleash the every evil God wanted to roam the earth. Our Humanity indicated by series of events…

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