Adam and Eve are married Genesis 2 24 states For this reason a man will leave

Adam and eve are married genesis 2 24 states for this

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Adam and Eve are married. Genesis 2: 24 states “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife and they will become one flesh.” Humans were created by God to have a life and relationship with God. Humans are driven by emotions and because of these emotions it can lead us into temptation and not follow what God wants us to do. For humans to 1
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flourish, we need to put God before anything or anyone and let Him be the driving force in your life. Our ethics and morals will be guided by God and this will create an emotional and mental foundation on which we can build our spiritual lives. Because of the temptations, this created the fall of humanity. The consequences of the fall is pain in childbearing, woman will desire a husband who rules over her, there will be hard labor over the land, humans will eat the plants from the land, there will be thorns and thistles on the land that man must labor over, man will work hard and will eat the food he labors over, upon death man will return to the ground as dust. Jesus God sent us his only begotten son to be born from a virgin. Jesus is mostly spoken about in the four Gospels of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke John. These gospels show the life and the work of Jesus. The ministry of Jesus begins when John the Baptist announces the coming of Jesus and baptizes him. John the Baptist is an enigmatic character in the New Testament but his role is vital for understanding the ministry of Jesus.” (Turner, 2010) Jesus can do the things that God can do because he is human and fully divine and spreads the word that God is good and is real in his teachings and ministry. Jesus is described in the book of John 1:14 as the word who has become flesh. “ The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.” In his parables he is giving explanations of the Kingdom of Heaven, and are revealing the secrets of the kingdom, especially in his Sermon on the Mount, which reveals the Lord’s Prayer. “When Jesus taught us how to pray, he used communal language: “Our Father.” In these two words Jesus defined our relationship to God, as his children; and our relationship to each other, as siblings and co-equals.” (Jay, 2017) “Although Jesus’ message was anticipated by the people of his day, the Gospels also indicate that is conflicted with their expectations. The disappointment people
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