In the midst of punishing man's first sin God shows his amazing grace by giving his first promise of salvation.
The right response to the reality of misery is not to complain but to commit your way to the Lord with real repentance.
Because of Adam's first sin, the universal natural condition of man is to be dead in sin, under subjection to Satan and our own flesh, and under the just wrath…
You need to understand how far you've fallen in Adam so that you can better understand the curse of sin and the blessing of grace.
Represented by the first Adam you and I all sinned and died, but through faith in the second Adam, Jesus Christ, we are made righteous and alive again.
Every sin you commit is a horrific act of rebellion against God, requires Christ's work to take it away, and is not compatible with a life committed to Christ.
Tempted to break their covenant with God, our first parents freely chose to sin against God and thus fell from their relationship with him.
At creation God established a generous covenant relationship with Adam so Adam could have fellowship with God.
God's active preserving and governing all things should fill you with courage to serve him as you are called to do.
God’s special creation of us in his own image tells us of our value, our purpose, and our greatest need.