By Ron Rhodes
The beginning scenes within the tale of redemption are crucial for figuring out what the remainder of the Bible has to assert approximately God, the area, and also you. As you discover the mysteries of the start of time, you will find how the sovereign God cares for the realm, blesses those that stroll in religion, and retains his covenant promises.
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Do you ever struggle with the desires of the flesh, the desires of the eyes, or the pride of life? What steps do you want to take today to deal with any specific issues? 2. Do you presently feel any sense of alienation from God? If so, what immediate steps could you take to put an end to it? 3. Have you ever been tempted to pass the buck after doing something wrong? Give an example. DAY 4 The Beginnings of Human Civilization Genesis 4–5 Scripture Reading and Insights Begin by reading Genesis 4–5 in your favorite Bible.
The woman’s offspring refers to people in the family of God. A single person from the woman’s offspring—the divine Messiah, Jesus Christ—would deal a death blow to Satan’s head at the cross of Calvary (see John 12:31; 16:11; see Hebrews 2:14; 1 John 3:8). Satan, however, would succeed in bruising Christ’s heel—that is, Satan would cause Christ to suffer. “Multiply your pain in childbearing” (3:16): The woman’s judgment related to that which is unique to women alone—the bearing of children. From this time forward, pain would predominate in the delivery process.
Seventy-seven fold” (4:24): Lamech was an ungodly boaster. He indicated that unlike Cain, he didn’t need any help from God. If anyone tried to kill him, the response from Lamech would be catastrophic. Notice the contrast between Lamech’s arrogant pronouncement of seventy-sevenfold revenge and Jesus’s seventy-sevenfold policy on forgiveness (Matthew 18:21-22). Seth (4:25): The third son of Adam and Eve (Genesis 5:3). Eve considered him a replacement for Abel, her son whom Cain had killed. Seth means “the appointed one”—that is, the substitute for the now-dead Abel.