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When Adam Sinned

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When Adam Sinned

He was to death condemned.

In accord with divine law’s plight,

it was just, for life is not a right!

It is therefore not fitting,

for imperfection to go on living.

Life from God is a gift only to perfect creatures,

but by deliberately sinning, Adam forfeited all claim to that feature.

Adam’s condemnation to death was a necessary ending,

because nothing imperfect can be indefinitely permitted

to survive and pollute the universe, because Adam was never acquitted.

Thus, when Adam sinned, he began to die

and no longer possessed perfect, sinless life.

But God did not say he would fly or fry!

A life handed down to his children, that they could only die.

It is their inheritance, he could only give them life that is tainted

as a temporary substitute with imperfection they are painted.

Why did Adam’s sin cause death to spread to all?

Because all of us suffer the disastrous consequences of sin,

pain, sickness, grief, and finally death from imperfection.

This is so because our forefather Adam rebelled against God’s law.

because of the natural outworking of it all.

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