Friday, October 10, 2014

Homiletics Genesis 3

Written 5 March 2013

Contents:            Where?                  Eden, outside Eden                       Who?  Serpent, God, Adam, Eve

1
3:1-7
Crafty serpent tempts woman, who eats forbidden fruit and feeds it to her husband, they make fig leaf clothes.
2
3:8-13
Afraid, they hid from God then blamed others for their sin.
3
3:14-15
God cursed serpent, put enmity between his seed and woman’s – you bruise heel, he bruise head.
4
3:16-19
God multiplied childbirth pain, cursed ground, man will toil until he returns to dust.
5
3:20-24
Adam named Eve, God made skin garments and cast them out of garden, placing cherubim and sword to guard tree of life.

 

Divisions:

1
3:1-13
Crafty serpent tempts woman, who eats forbidden fruit and feeds to husband, they make clothes and hide from God then blame others for their sin.
Principle:
The devil is crafty.  Don’t engage him in conversation.
Don’t add or take away from God’s Word.
Man’s attempts to cover sin are futile.
2
3:14-19
God cursed the serpent, increased childbirth pain and cursed the ground so man would toil until he returned to dust.
Principle:
Sin has consequences.
Sin brings death.
3
3:20-24
Adam named Eve, God made skin garments, cast them out of garden, and guarded tree of life.
Principle:
Covering sin requires a blood sacrifice.
God protects eternal life.
4
 
 
Principle:
 

 

Subject Sentence:

The serpent tempts, man and woman sin and God curses.

 

Aim (Christian and Non-Christian):

TCMCATK that man’s attempts to cover up sin are worthless, but that God has provided a way to cover sin:  Jesus Christ!
TCMNCAT

 

Application:

1
How can you insure that you don’t add to or take away from God’s Word?
What attempts might man make to cover his own sin?
2
What consequences have you suffered as a result of sin?
3
How is our sin covered?
What choice have you made regarding your eternal security?
4
 

 

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