The Fifth Day

“So He drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life. — Genesis 3:24 (KJV) “

Adam and eve was drove out of the Garden of Eden

I read this and felt upset: The garden of Eden was once the perfect home handmade by God for Adam and Eve, Now, the father is compelled to drove them out. It was a disaster.

How could a loving Father drive his children from the home that he had made for them? According to Mark Stibbe, the ‘Tree of Life’ is a tree brought eternal life. If Adam and Eve ate of that tree, they will be forever fallen and unredeemable. Therefore, God concerns about leaving his children within reach of this deadly danger and was forced to banish them.

From that moment on (God drives them out of the garden and stations cherubim), man will suffer hardship of toiling for a living and woman the pain of giving birth. THESE ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF SIN. How SERIOUS SIN IS in the Father’s eyes!


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One response to “The Fifth Day”

  1. Andrew Chen says :

    Why did God have to drive Adam and Eve out of garden of Eden instead of removing the tree of life? Or why did God put those two trees there at first place? Bible doesn’t say so we never know. But I believe there must be a good reason of God doing these things and also a good reason of him not telling us why.
    But from this verse we do know the fact that God has given us a free mind and he will not take it back. God didn’t make us robots because he loves us and he wants to have a relationship with us. Even though He knew Adam and Eve would go and eat the fruit and he knew what a devastating consequence it would be, he didn’t step forward and take control of their minds.
    So in everything we do, the choice is in us. And we must take the responsibility of our own ideas and behaviour. God has already prepared a wonderful plan for us as children of him and the only question is ‘Are you going to decide to accept it?’ The choice is in us.

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