Man's First Sin Main Points to
God has always had rules for man.
God made man. Satan tempted man.
- Sin: Disobeying God
God said, “Of every tree of the garden you may eat freely, but of the tree
of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day
that you eat of it you shall surely die.”...
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Prayer learn to obey God
Satan lied to Eve. (T)
Eve was forced to eat the fruit. (F)
Eve influenced Adam to sin. (T)
God didn't punish them for sinning. (F)
Review Questions (can be
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.” Proverbs 1:7
What does it mean to sin? to break God's law
What is temptation? the desire to do or have something, usually something
Name all the characters in this lesson. Adam, Eve, serpent, God, angel
Act out the sin where Adam and Eve try to blame others for their sin.
Have students create hand motions as your read this verse: Gen. 3:8
And they heard the voice of the LORD God walking in the garden in the
cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of
the LORD God amongst the trees of the garden.
Have student find Genesis 3 in their Bible.
What did Eve find appealing about eating the fruit? (it would make her "like
God", it seemed to taste good, and it looked good)
How did Adam and Eve feel after they realized they had sinned? they were
ashamed and wanted to hide
How do you think God felt when his people he took care of disobeyed him?
disappointed, angry, sad
How might we influence others to sin? (by encouraging actions, by setting a
bad example, by simply ignoring sin)
How can we influence others to do what is right? (by setting a good example,
by encouraging righteousness, by rebuking sin)
What law did Eve and Adam break? (not to eat of the tree of knowledge of
good and evil)
Who barred the gate to Eden? (an angel with a flaming sword)
What tree was no longer available after the exile? (the tree of life)
Why do you think Adam ate the fruit? (1 Timothy 2:14 says he was not
How was Eve deceived? (the serpent told her that she would not die, and she
What punishments did they receive? (Adam: toil, Eve: pain and submission,
serpent: dust and defeat)
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