Part 5 of 5. The first question for you is: what is your legacy? What record of events and decisions are you leaving behind? The second question is who are you walking with, God or with the devil?
Part 4 of 5. What is the reoccurring phrase we find? “And he died.” Over and over again we hear it. It reminds us that every sin must be punished.
Part 3 of 5. The reason why any of us can claim the name of Christian is due to the preserving work of God. If any of us make it to heaven, it is due to the preservation of God.
Part 2 of 5. Our lives have meaning and importance and yet they are stained by sin for we are just like our first parents.
Part 1 of 5. Whether other people care about what you do or not or what you post online or not, God cares. He cares and he sees all. He doesn’t see just the Facebook or Twitter version of you. He sees you. And you will be judged not on how many Bible verses you posted but on every action and every careless word spoken.
Part 5 of 5. “Guilty Cain, with all his energies devoted to the building of a city, away from the presence of God — is but a type of tens of thousands of the present day.” -Archibald Brown.
Part 4 of 5. In Genesis 4:25-26, we find the birth of Seth, the appointed, to take the place of Abel. And with the birth of Seth’s son, people began to call on the name of the Lord.
Part 3 of 5. In this part of the text, we read of Cain’s family and the descent of his line into evil.
Part 2 of 5. It always does. For Cain, it brought isolation from God and his believing family.
Part 1 of 5. It is very telling that the root of culture is founded in the death of Abel and the sin of Cain. Cain’s sin brought isolation to him and his family line. Cain’s sin brought corruption to his family. Yet, not all is lost for we find that, despite the failure of Cain and his offspring, God brings hope in the birth of Seth.