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Genesis 3:1 - 3:6

Genesis
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In this analysis, Steve Gregg delves into Genesis 3:1-6, exploring the multitude of themes within the passage. He notes the role of pain as an alarm system, the potential pitfalls of altering God's word, and the dangers of idolizing one's partner. He also highlights the internal urges for temptation and the consequences of sin, as well as the importance of maintaining God's character traits. Ultimately, this passage serves as a cautionary tale about the dangers of succumbing to temptation and failing to put God first.

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