ne day a school principal received a phone call. The voice said, “Thomas won’t be in school today.” The principal was a bit suspicious of the voice. He asked, “Who is speaking?” The voice came back, “My father.” Sin often becomes a web that we get caught in. Each sin lays down another sticky string of web until the web becomes so tangled we become entrapped in the web that we created.
Cain knew what a proper sacrifice was. He brought God fruit that he had grown. However, his brother, Abel, brought the first of his flock. Abel brought and offered to God the best he had. Cain, on the other hand, just gathered up some fruit and laid it on the altar. His attitude was wrong. …
Why did Cain kill Able? Read the full story in Genesis, chapter 4.
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