Sermons on Genesis (II) - The Fall of Man and The Perfect Salvation of God
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Sermons on Genesis (II) - The Fall of Man and The Perfect Salvation of God

Rev. Paul C. Jong

Table of Contents


1. The Blessings That God Has Given Us (Genesis 2:1-3) 
2. Mankind’s Thoughts Are Like Fog (Genesis 2:4-6) 
3. We Have Met Jesus Christ Our Bridegroom (Genesis 2:21-25) 

1. The Truth Does Not Change Regardless of How Many People Might Deny It (Genesis 3:1-4) 
2. Sin Came to Enter This World (Genesis 3:1-6) 
3. Where Should We Base Our Faith? (Genesis 3:1-7) 
4. The Power of Faith in God (Genesis 3:1-7) 
5. We Can Overcome Satan Only by True Faith (Genesis 3:1-7) 
6. We Must Overcome Satan’s Plot by Believing in the True Gospel (Genesis 3:1-7) 
7. Always Seek the Profit of God Only (Genesis 3:1-24) 
8. Our Sins Have Been Washed Away by Believing in the Genuine Gospel (Genesis 3:8-10) 
9. We Must Live According to the Desires of the Holy Spirit (Genesis 3:8-17) 
10. What Is the Real Good and What Is the Real Evil? (Genesis 3:10-24) 
11. The Providence of God (Genesis 3:13-24) 
12. For Whom Should We Live? (Genesis 3:17-21) 

In the Book of Genesis, the purpose for which God created us is contained. When architects design a building or artists draw a painting, they first conceive the work that would be completed in their minds before they actually begin working on their project. Just like this, our God also had our salvation of mankind in His mind even before He created the heavens and the earth, and He made Adam and Eve with this purpose in mind. And God needed to explain to us the domain of Heaven, which is not seen by our eyes of the flesh, by drawing an analogy to the domain of the earth that we can all see and understand. Even before the foundation of the world, God wanted to save mankind perfectly by giving the gospel of the water and the Spirit to everyone’s heart. So although all human beings were made out of dust, they must learn and know the gospel Truth of the water and the Spirit to benefit their own souls. If people continue to live without knowing the dominion of Heaven, they will lose not only the things of the earth, but also everything that belongs to Heaven.
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  • The Fall of Man and the Perfect Salvation of God.
    Aneka Simons, United Kingdom

    This is a review for the book entitled,
    The Fall of Man and the Perfect Salvation of God. Sermons on Genesis Part 2
    By Paul.C.Jong
    The Bible is the Word of God, written by His servants who were instructed by the Holy Spirit to record the plan of salvation for all human beings.
    It is by reading the Bible that we come to know that God created human beings in the beginning and planned to save us from all of our sins and condemnation through the sacrifice of His own Son Jesus Christ.
    But its through reading the book of Genesis in particular, that the intricate details of Gods plan is revealed.
    This is because in Genesis, the blueprint of the fall of mankind and of our perfect salvation is revealed.
    When we purchase an item that needs to be installed or assembled, it will most likely include an instruction manual for very good reasons.
    Because, If we attempt to build a complex product without following the guidance step by step or if we overlook the initial instructions and jump straight to the end to see what the product should look like and then simply fashion the item based on how the end product would look, then we will most likely have missed out vital steps that would effect the quality of the product.
    Therefore, if a product is to made to a good and durable standard, then it is imperative that the initial instructions are paid close attention to.
    In like manner, if we desire to become born again, sinless child of God, and to know the will of God for our lives in this world, then we must pay close attention to the Word that God spoke to us in the beginning through the book of Genesis.
    And we must follow His will in obedience throughout our lives of faith in order to be qualified to enter the kingdom of Heaven when we finish our race of faith. (John 3:5)
    This book explains in detail how sin came into the world; what kind of fate befell mankind as its result of it and how God has saved us all who were destined for hell due to our inherent sin.
    In the beginning, God commanded the man Adam, saying,
    “Of every tree of the garden you may freely eat; 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.” (Genesis 2:16-17)
    Satan then tempted Eve by asking her, "Has God indeed said that you should not eat of every tree of the garden?"
    Eve`s faith was then shaken as the serpent said to say to her,
    "You will not surely die.
    For God knows that in the day you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”
    (Genesis 3:4-5)
    Eve listened to and believed in the words of Satan rather than obeying God`s Word.
    Not believing in God`s Word is the origin of sin and so sin had entered their hearts even before they ate the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil and as a result their descendants inherited this sin of disobedience and became separated from God just as Adam and Eve were cast out of the Garden.
    However, before they were cast out, God clothed them in tunics of skin to show us that He would cover all our sins through the sacrifice Jesus Christ.
    (Genesis 3:21)
    The tunics of skin did not wear out or get ruined over time. They represented the garments of righteousness that believers are clothed in through their faith in the gospel of the water and the Spirit.
    Even though Satan had tempted mankind to fall into sin, this was in the will of God, as God had already planned to deliver mankind through the baptism that Jesus received from John the Baptist and through His crucifixion.
    God could rest on the seventh day because He had completed making this entire universe and revealing His plan for our salvation.
    That God clothed Adam and Eve with the tunics of skin foreshadowed that Jesus would come as the sacrificial lamb who would carry our sins though His baptism from John the Baptist and shed His blood on the cross for our redemption.
    In the old testament, for the Israelites to receive the remission of sins they had to follow and believe in the pattern of salvation shown to them through the Tabernacle system.
    In the tabernacle sacrificial system, their sins were transferred onto an unblemished animal through the laying on of hands and then they shed the animals blood to atone their sins.
    (Leviticus 1:1-9)
    This is represented by the tunics of skin that God clothed Adam and Eve in, before they were cast out of the Garden of Eden.
    Due to the Fall of Adam and Eve, all human beings now have their own standard of good and evil. Our thoughts have become like fog, for we can no longer see the truth in plain sight due to the deception of Satan and the sin of disobedience that in inherent in all of our hearts.
    We must therefore return to the Word of God, to the book of Genesis in particular in order understand the Fall of Man which will lead us to believe in the perfect salvation of God.
    God bless you all.


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