Nature Of Sin: The Origin Of Good And Evil
• In Genesis 3, Adam and Eve was tempted by the evil snake, he convinced Eve to eat from the tree of Good and Evil, by stating to her that ‘Did God really say that you must not eat from the tree. He convinced her that she would not die, and she would know good and evil like God. This is the first sin that took place on earth by mankind, “Then the Lord God called to the man, and said to him, “Where are you?” (Genesis 3:9 NASB). Sin entered the world by the serpent who deceived Eve, and every child born was born in sin. I know from reading the Bible Sin did not originate from Adam or Eve, the first Sinner was Satan because he was obedient to God and was casted down from heaven. Yes, Adam was the first human sinner, but not …show more content…
You will be a restless wanderer on the earth (Genesis 4-12 NIV). Because of this great sin of taking his bothers life Cain would never be able to produce and flourish off his seeds his planted.
Nature of Sin
• Sin is an immoral act, doing wrong, breaking the law. Sin is the opposite of Good. Many people in the world commits sin everyday without any remorse. Sin is being rebellious against God’s rules for our lives. “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23 NASB). We as Christians will be tempted by Satan all the days of our lives.
• How it operates. Sin is operated by the flesh and mind which is a thought first and later into action. Sometimes people do it because it has become acceptable because everyone is doing. Individuals is under the influence of something or someone. • What it does, Sin distracts you from God, it tricks the mind and flesh to think they are not sinning. Sin also make you influence someone else to do wrong. Sin destroys families and friends. S.in causes destructions that can lead bad consequences. Sin sometimes can cause the feeling that God’s not there. Sin can make you do things out of flesh. “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord (Romans 6:23