Adam and Eve Pictures
These Adam and Eve Pictures illustrate the expulsion of Adam and Eve, and their subsequent joys and suffering. After Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, God cursed Eve to be the heir to great pain and sorrow, and Adam to hard labor in the fields in order to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow. Worse still, they were barred forever from the personal prescence of the Lord. Beyond this punishment there was yet a greater one--eventual death.
However, accompanying the curse upon them, came the divine promise of redemption. Eve was told that she should stand forever in opposition to the serpent, the symbol of evil, and that at length a child born of her race should conquer evil. Fortunately their lives were not all suffering. Though Adam had to labor, there were moments of respite, of leisure, of a chastened happiness that returned to the repentant pair, especially with the birth of their two children--Cain and Abel.
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