Sin entered the world through Adam and Eve’s arrogance and pride. (1)
They chose to eat the forbidden fruit and hence their bodies died. (2)

The loss of their innocence dictated their fate. (3)
God hates all sin whether they are small or great.

God cast them out ofEdenwhere safety was not found. (4)
Thrown out to a land where giants and enemies did abound.

Satan roams the earth like a hungry lion devouring his prey. (5)
The consequence of choosing to follow Satan began a new day. (6)

The people grew bolder and Satan grew stronger all because of sin.
God grieved and His heart hurt knowing how it could have been.

Jehovah is a loving God so from the start He devised a plan to save man. (7)
He wanted to keep the hearts of men and loved them from time began. (8)

The Bible tells us that man was made in the image of our creator. (9)
We are told there is no other than Jesus in the heavens that’s greater.

God in His infinite wisdom and divine nature sent His Son for our salvation.
He who had no sin suffered the penalty of death to save us from damnation. (10)

While we were still sinners Christ died, and all who follow Him shall see His face. (11)
Our sins are washed away in the blood of the Lamb, and there is no more disgrace (12)

Confess your sins and accept the greatest gift that was ever given. (13)
Follow the narrow road back toEden, accept redemption and be forgiven. (14)

By   Estelle P. Shrum

1. (Gen. 3:16)
2. (Gen. 3:17)
3. (Gen. 3:19)
4. (Gen. 3:24)
5. (1 Pe. 5:8)
6. (Ro. 6:23)
7. (1 Ti. 1:15-16)
8. (Heb. 7:27), (Phil. 3:7)
9. (Gen. 1:26-27), (Ro. 8:29)
10. (2 Cor. 5:21), (1 Pe. 2:22-24)
11. (Ro. 5:8)
12. (Jn. 1:29), (1 Jn. 1:9)
13. (Isa. 43:25), (Heb. 8:12), (Jas. 5:16)
14. (Mat. 7:14), (Lk. 15:7), (1 Pe. 3:18)