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Cain and Abel and the Firstlings of the Flock, by © Robert T. Barrett. Abel offered the firstlings of his flock as his sacrifice to God in keeping with the law of Moses (see Genesis 4:4). The lamb was “without blemish, a male of the first year” (see Exodus 12:5). This foreshadowed Christ’s Crucifixion (see Luke 23) as a “lamb without blemish” (see 1 Peter 1:19). Croquis, Art, Christ, Die, Cristo, Picture, Adam And Eve, Photos, Alma

Cain and Abel and the Firstlings of the Flock, by © Robert T. Barrett. Abel offered the firstlings of his flock as his sacrifice to God in keeping with the law of Moses (see Genesis 4:4). The lamb was “without blemish, a male of the first year” (see Exodus 12:5). This foreshadowed Christ’s Crucifixion (see Luke 23) as a “lamb without blemish” (see 1 Peter 1:19).

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Raul Ramirez
Human versus Divine Vengeance Christians, Sacred, Cristo, Cain And Abel, Adam And Eve, Ancient Languages, The Land Of Nod, Christianity, Virgin Mary

When Abel was murdered, his blood cried out to God for vengeance. Yet God did not kill Cain the murderer but protected him against those who would seek his life. Clearly, God’s idea of vengeance was different from Abel’s. The scriptures contrast human and divine vengeance. One seeks payback and retribution, the other pursues peace…

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Simone Cortez
Genesis 4:10-14 - First, how does Cain even know to kill Abel? No killing has ever been done before, so why would this cross his mind? They were created in god's image so does that mean that god has murderous tendencies when he's angry? Second, there is no law about murder yet. (Not that I agree with it) but why is Cain being punished for something that is not a rule yet? Third, why the hell would you sentence someone to not being able to feed themselves? He should have just killed Cain instead God, Mindfulness, Art, Nice, Faith, What Have You Done, Meant To Be, Blood Brothers, Religion

Genesis 4:10-14 - First, how does Cain even know to kill Abel? No killing has ever been done before, so why would this cross his mind? They were created in god's image so does that mean that god has murderous tendencies when he's angry? Second, there is no law about murder yet. (Not that I agree with it) but why is Cain being punished for something that is not a rule yet? Third, why the hell would you sentence someone to not being able to feed themselves? He should have just killed Cain…

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Dave "Hemi" Helmer