Lesson 2

Adam transgressed God’s protocol in several aspects.

He, by his free will, disregarded his appointment as caretaker of the garden.

He allowed the female to control  the occupation of Eden, in lieu of his leadership.

He refused to stand as the leader in the garden, negating the position appointed him by God.

He placed the blame for his failure on the female, whereas the female was not the reason for Adam’s fall.

It was Adam’s charge to be in control of the garden and the female that God gave to Adam.

Adam blamed God for his failure by blaming the female.

As it was in the dateless past, so it is in today’s church (improper).

There isn’t a true Christian that accepts the blame for their failure.

Everyone other than self is responsible, (Genesis 3:13-19).

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The willful refusal by Adam, to obey God’s command forced the two beings from the garden of Eden.

No longer in the image of God, these two, Adam and Eve had to take a form most vulnerable.

They were clothed in flesh. No longer were they pure spirit,  the image of God, for the spirit was corrupted with sin. “…the Lord God madecoats of skins and clothed them,” (Genesis 3:21).

Adam and Eve, the spirit beings from God’s image, became humans.  Now they were flesh and blood. This corrupted being  could not remain in perfection.

Adam and Eve were expelled from the garden of Eden to till the ground, (earn their living), (Genesis 3:23).

Confession, rebuked, changed, and expelled in a moment of time.

Confession was made unto the Lord for the sin commented.

The Lord rebuked Adam for the transgression as well as sentenced all of creation for the crime.

The rebuke demanded a change in form and behavior. Expulsion from the utopia,(your mind-set,) employed.

Now, on your own, you and your volition  till the soil of the details of your life.  “In the sweat of thy face…,”) Genesis 3:19, “will you eat.”

Nothing is free now, unless you continue in rebound, (1 John 1:9). 

1 John 1:9 (AMP)
If we [freely] admit that we have sinned and confess our sins, He is faithful and just (true to His own nature and promises) and will forgive our sins [dismiss our lawlessness] and [continuously] cleanse us from all unrighteousness [everything not in conformity to His will in purpose, thought, and action].

Under this grace function, you are visible to God and recover fellowship with God. Thereby, fear in your life is defeated.

However, we do not deserve  the recovery of fellowship that is granted us from God,  through confession. 

Simply, acknowledge our sins unto God.  He will do the rest.

This recovery is not based on how we feel. It is not an emotional high. 

It is not feeling sorrowful  for the sin, (2 Cor. 7:9).

By: Ben “Bear” Reeves