Gen2: God formed a man and gave him the garden in Eden, except the tree of good and evil. Adam was alone so God made a woman as his partner.

Gen3: The serpent deceived the woman. She and Adam ate from the tree. The ground was cursed, and God sent Adam and Eve out of the garden.

Moral Lesson

Man’s disobedience in the garden is the fruit of unbelief, just as his obedience would have been the fruit of faith.Why was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil forbidden? The tree of the knowledge of good and evil enabled one to know good and evil, which Eve deceptively believed was both necessary and beneficial. It was neither. Eve only needed to know that God had forbidden the fruit of this tree. Had Eve trusted God, she would have found His Word sufficient. She needed only to know who had forbidden the fruit, not why the fruit was forbidden. Eve needed only to know what God had said–she did not need to understand why the fruit of that one tree was forbidden.

The principle to be seen here is that God desires from us the obedience of faith. Such obedience is not based upon our understanding of why we are to act as God requires, but simply because it is God who requires it. The obedience of faith is based on our faith in God, not on our understanding of why God calls one thing good and another evil.

Full Story

Earth before today, had no rain based upon the Canopy Theory. There was a mist that circled the earth, that provided water for the earth as well as protect the Earth from the Rays of the sun, allowing longer sustainable life as well as Gigantism.

God planted a garden in a place called Eden that had every kind of tree along with a river that flowed out of the Garden. In the middle of Eden were 2 Trees: The Tree of Life and The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.

God told Adam that can eat of any tree but The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil or he will die.

God sent all animals to be named by Adam, and noticed that there were pairs but only one man. So out of Adams rib while asleep, he formed Eve.

Adam named his wife Eve because she would become the mother of all people.

One day Eve spoke to the serpent who led Eve to believe was beneficial for knowing Good and Evil, despite God’s instruction to Adam.

Eve ate of the Fruit and gave to Adam to eat as well.

The consequences were that they were banned from Eden. Eve (Woman) would have to birth children, and Adam (Man) would have to work to eat.

It was declared in this story that Satan (Serpent) would fall to the Son of Man (Jesus).