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  1. It’s easy to blame others, Adam started blaming her, where was he? He was supposed to protect her. And they were perfect people, falling for the devil’s lies, it can happen to anybody.

  2. I love the perspective on hope that I found in your post! How thankful I am that not only was mercy introduced in the Garden of Eden, but so was hope!! From the beginning, God showed us that He would not leave us hopeless in our sin, but would provide a way for us to be reconciled to Him.

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      Love your words, Tracey – from the beginning, God showed us He would not leave us hopeless in our sin. We have an amazing and loving God.

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