Lesson 3 The Origin of Evil and the Fall of Man

Lesson 3 The Origin of Evil and the Fall of Man

by / Sunday, 02 June 2013 / Published in Doctrine

1.   With whom did sin originate?

1 John 3: 8

 

2.   How does the Bible speak of the fall of Satan?

Revelation 12:7 – 9

 

3.   Who else was involved in this rebellion?

Same scripture and Jude. 6; 2 Peter 2: 4

 

4.   What did Jesus say about the devil?

John 8: 44

 

5.   How did Satan appear to Eve in order to deceive her?

Genesis 3: 1 – 5

 

6.   For whom did God prepare the lake of fire?

Matthew 25: 41

 

7.   What original sin resulted in the fall of man?

Genesis 3: 6

 

 

8.   As a consequence of this sin how many have become sinners?

Romans 5: 12

 

9.   What was the immediate result of sin?

Genesis 3: 16

 

10.  What was the immediate result of sin?

Genesis 3: 7, 10

 

11.  What curse fell upon woman?

Genesis 3: 16

 

12.  What curse fell upon man?

Genesis 3: 17 – 19

 

13.  What curse came upon the ground?

Genesis 3: 17, 18; 4: 11, 12

 

14.  What curse was pronounced upon the serpent?

Genesis  3: 14, 15

 

15.  What did God do to prevent Adam from living forever as a sinner?

Genesis 3: 22, 24

 

16.  Did God place man on the earth without any governing laws?

Genesis 2:15 -17

 

 

17.  What did God say would be the result of disobedience?

Genesis 2: 17;  Romans 6: 23

 

18.  What judgment fell upon the antediluvian world?

Genesis 6: 5 – 7; 7: 21 – 23

 

19.  How will God destroy the world the second time?

2 Peter 3: 10 – 12; Malachi 4: 1, 3

 

20.  Is there any hope for the ones who obey God?

Genesis 3: 15; Romans 3: 24, 25; John  3: 16

 

21.  Will God’s plan for this world and for man finally be realized?

Revelation 21: 1; Revelation 22: 1 – 5; 2 Peter 3: 9, 13

God moves in a mysterious way, his wonders to perform

He plants his footsteps in the sea, and rides upon the storm.

Deep in unfathomable mines of never failing skill

He treasures up His bright designs, and works his sovereign will.

Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take; The clouds ye so much dread

Are big with mercy, and shall break in blessing o’er your head,

Judge not the Lord by feeble sense, But trust Him for His grace

Behind a frowning providence He hides a smiling face.

-  William Cooper

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