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Middle School 2020-06-02T22:14:01+00:00

 6/2/20 – Adam and Eve – Evil wins

Hi All,

This is the third installment in the Bible Story series.

Adam and Eve were the first humans. They lived in the Garden of Eden in harmony with God.  They were told that they were not to eat from the Tree Of Knowledge.  Well you know what happened.  They ate from the tree and they each blamed another for their decision.  Eve blamed the snake, Adam blamed Eve but the truth is that they made the decision for themselves.  Because they choose the wrong thing which was a mortal sin because their relationship with God was destroyed.  They were kicked out of Garden of Eden and had to live a normal life with pain, suffering and death.

Like Adam and Eve we are tempted to  do without any consideration of what affect it will have in the long run.  God gave us Freedom of Choice which makes us different than any other creature on Earth.  We need to keep God in our lives and parents your children will take their que from you.

Below is the hyper drive link that will take you to a brief presentation of Adam and Eve and questions that you can ask your children.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rTPFIB-Ucz234x0l9mSo7Tx3Jou-nbIWof4dBpxEuCs/mobilepresent?slide=id.gd251bb473_0_600

I want to thank Tamie for her help in with this presentation. That is it for now.

God Bless.

Garry M. Lee
Faith Formation and Discipleship – Middle School Coordinator
The Church of the Good Shepherd
3740 Holtzclaw Road
Cumming, GA  30041
glee@gsrcc.net
470-695-7733

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