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Adam & Eve’s Disobedience

From a Series on “Sin” from the book: as taught by Pastor Madle, March 16th, 2006
(This is a “fill in the blanks”. Underlined words are the answers.)

I.     The Man Who Condemened The Human Race –  Romans 5:12

A. The making of Adam  –  Genesis 1:26-2:7
1. Who made Adam?  God
2. Of what was Adam made?  The dust of the ground and the breath of God

B. The meaning for Adam.  red –  ruddy

C. The model for Adam
1. Adam was designed differently than animals.
2. Adam was made in the image of God.

D. The mandate for Adam.
1. Adam’s duties
to reign and rule over the animals
be fruitful, multiply & fill the earth
subdue the earth
to dress (work) the garden
to care for the garden

2. What was Adam forbidden to do? To take of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good & evil

3. Why put such a tree in Eden? God wanted someone who would choose to serve Him.

4. What was Adam’s punishement to be if he disobeyed? “Thou shalt surely die.” – spiritually & physically. Genesis 2:17

5. Why did God place a penalty on mankind for disobedience? God is righteous & cannot look upon sin. He must punish it. He sets the rules.

II.     The Sin That Condemned The Human Race –  Genesis 3:1-7

A. The preparation for their sin.
1. Doubt –  Genesis 3:1
Satan questions God’s Word – vs.1
Satan contradicts God’s Word – vs.4, John 8:44
Satan rationalizes (uses twisted reasoning)
2. Distraction –  Genesis 3:1,5
3. Discontent –  Genesis 3:6
what Eve couldn’t have, do, be

B. The Act of Their Sin  –  1John 2:15-16, Jude 1:21
1. Unbelief – root of their sin – they stopped trusting God – Hebrews 13:5
2. Disobedience – Genesis 3:6

III. Result s of Adam & Eve’s Sin – Genesis 3:8-24

1. Adam & Eve – Genesis 3:7-8
– Tried to hide themselves from the prescence of God. Close fellowship was broken. Sin stood between them.
– Driven out of Eden

2. Eve – Genesis 3:16
– Sorrow in childbearing
– Husband would rule over her

3. The Serpent – Genesis 3:14
– Cursed above all animals
– Would now slither on the ground. Implication was he used to have legs

4. The Woman and the Serpent – Genesis 3:15
– Enmity between man & satan

5. The Ground – Genesis 3:17-19
– Ground is cursed

6. Adam – Genesis 3:19
– Will have to work very hard just to eat
– Will die (return to the ground)

7. Mankind – Romans 5:12
– All are made sinners, resulting in death

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