Adam and Eve
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Adam and Eve

God pronounced judgments on the serpent, Eve, and Adam. Because of sin, the serpent would crawl on his belly and eat dust, Eve and all women after her would have pain in childbirth, and Adam and all of his descendants would experience painful toil on the earth until death. But in the middle of these terrible pronouncements, there is a glimmer of hope.

Written by Lita Cosner
Originally published December, 2013

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