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The corrosive power of anger
Few Bible stories are as well-known as that of Cain and Abel. But this devotional offers us a new take on the age-old story of the first murder.

http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2010/06/29/todays-devotional-the-corrosive-power-of-an...

Do what is right - a Christian perspective
When Cain turned against his brother Abel in jealousy, God warned him that evil was lurking at his door, and reminded Cain that all he needed to do to be accepted by God was to obey Him. But Cain chose a different and tragic route.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%204:7&version=NIV

Brother's keeper - a Christian perspective
After he killed his brother Abel, God asked Cain what had happened. Cain replied with an attempt to evade responsibility for what had happened, asking if he were his "brother's keeper."

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%204:8-10&version=NIV

Abel - a Christian perspective
Abel was the son of Adam and Eve and the brother of Cain. It is said that he tended to the animals, while his brother tended to the earth.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%204:1-2&version=NIV

Cain in the Bible: Genesis 4:1-26
Cain is best remembered for being the first murderer. But he was part of Adam and Eve's family, and after his terrible crime he was sentenced to wander the earth.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%204:1-26&version=NIV

Jealousy in the Bible: Genesis 4:3-7
Cain was jealous of his brother Abel's favor with God. But instead of using his frustration to find out why God wasn't pleased with him and fix the problem, Cain opted instead to murder his brother. Jealousy is not a characteristic of a God-fearing person.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%204:3-7&version=NIV

Murder in the Bible: Genesis 4:1-12
The story of history's first murder. Jealous of his brother's relationship with God, Cain kills Abel, but finds that he cannot escape God's judgment on his crime.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Gen.4.1-12&version=NIV

Icelandic The Start of Mans Sadness
Icelandic: Eve is tempted by Satan through the serpent. She takes fruit from the forbidden tree & gives some to Adam, who eats it. This 1st sin brings death. Adam & Eve are sent out of the Garden of Eden, & an angel with a flaming sword guards it. Their 1st son, Cain, kills their 2nd son, Abel.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/icelandic/The%20Start%20of%20Mans%20Sadness%20Icelandi...

Czech The Start of Mans Sadness
Czech: Eve is tempted by Satan through the serpent. She takes fruit from the forbidden tree & gives some to Adam, who eats it. This 1st sin brings death. Adam & Eve are sent out of the Garden of Eden, & an angel with a flaming sword guards it. Their 1st son, Cain, kills their 2nd son, Abel.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/czech/The%20Start%20of%20Mans%20Sadness%20Czech.pdf

Afrikaans The Start of Mans Sadness
Afrikaans: Eve is tempted by Satan through the serpent. She takes fruit from the forbidden tree & gives some to Adam, who eats it. This 1st sin brings death. Adam & Eve are sent out of the Garden of Eden, & an angel with a flaming sword guards it. Their 1st son, Cain, kills their 2nd son, Abel.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/afrikaans/The%20Start%20of%20Mans%20Sadness%20Afrikaan...

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“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others.”
- Philippians 2:3-4
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