Creation’s Groan

One small act changed everything. Once Adam and Eve tasted the fruit, there was no way back to the innocence they had previously known.

At first glance, it seems like such a small transgression – just a bite of fruit – but at its heart, it was a rejection of God. It was “no” to Him, and “yes” to self, and in one brief moment, God’s “very good” creation was broken.

Before that dreadful moment, Adam and Eve had enjoyed an open and trusting relationship with God and one another, the sweet fellowship of walking together in the garden unafraid and unashamed. But their act of rebellion opened the door to fear and shame. Trust and intimacy gave way to hiding and separation.

As we go through Holy Week, it’s an ideal opportunity to reflect on all that Jesus did for us on the cross. Join me at Gracefully Truthful as we go back to the beginning of the Bible and reflect on why we so desperately need a Saviour! Click here to read the full post.

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