In today’s episode, join M as she backtracks a bit into Genesis 2 to talk about how dust and broken-off bone don’t seem like the most promising of beginnings, BUT when the breath of God is added, these were nothing turned into the most glorious something. Moving on to Genesis 3, M considers how the serpent’s deception in the Garden of Eden began with only four words. “Did God really say?” Discover how this one question not only led to the fall of Adam and Eve into sin but ALSO became a promise from God to send Our Savior … on an all-out mission to crush the head of the snake. Yep. The first promise of Jesus’ coming is found all the way back in Genesis. Sounds interesting right?! Be sure to listen in to find out more!
// Show Notes //
What are some things you are personally seeing in a new way/for the first time from these verses after this reading of Genesis 2+3?
Also, since we ran out of time to discuss all M wanted to dig deep into … (you know… yet AGAIN… LOL!) she would encourage each of you to look at Romans 5:12-21 for some additional study of all we see happening in Genesis 3.
These scriptures in the book of Romans contrast Adam and Jesus. Through one man (Adam), death came. Yet through one Man (Jesus Christ), grace and the gift of God (eternal life), was given. Intrigued? Sure hope so!
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MFahring’s Bible Study Resources // https://mfahring.com/bible-study-resources
MFahring’s Show Notes // https://mfahring.com/show-notes/
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