Bad snake, Bad! Choices! What Happened in the Garden? What Now?

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Did God really say that you must not eat from any tree in the garden?
What did the serpent ask Eve?

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True
True or False: We are allowed to make our own CHOICES in our lives.

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They realized that they were naked.
What happened after they ate the fruit?

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By asking for forgiveness through Jesus.
How can our relationship with God be restored?

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We can eat fruit from the trees in the garden. But, we’re not to eat from the tree in the middle of the garden, or even touch it, or we will die.
What was Eve's answer to the snake?

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False!
True or False: God forces us to make good choices.

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Fig leaves
What did they make clothes out of?

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Pray, ask God, read the Bible.
How can we make good choices?

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You won’t die.
What lie does the serpent tell her?

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True
True or False: God lets us choose between good and evil.

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They hid behind the trees because they were naked and afraid of God.
What did they do when they heard God walking in the garden?

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True
True or False: Adam and Eve's wrong choice had consequences.

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It looked good to eat, and she wanted to gain wisdom.
Why did Eve decide to eat the fruit and give some to Adam?

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True
True or False: We have freedom of choice.

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True!
True or False: When we sin, it changes our relationship with God.

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Yes
Will God still stay with us, even with our bad choices?

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They realized that they were naked.
What happened after they ate the fruit?

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False.
True or False: Choices are always good.

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“The woman you put here with me—she gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate it.”
God asked Adam and Eve if they ate from the forbidden tree. How does Adam answer?

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The more you get to know and love God, the more you’ll want to obey him and make the right choices.
How can we make the right choices from now on?

God Gives Adam and Eve a Choice to Stay Close to Him (Genesis 3)

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