Make no mistake about it, when God created THE EVERYTHING, the world was perfect; Adam and Eve were immaculate. Before the first sin, it was as close to heaven on earth as we can imagine.
THE HORROR OF SIN!
Then one day as we have learned, one crime against God resulted in destruction. Everything God created suffered from that one sin. Only ONE! That thought alone should make us realize the horror of offending God. Remember too, that pride comes before the fall, as it happened to the fallen angels. Let’s continue with the story.
How the fallen angels must have rejoiced seeing that one sin of Adam and Eve. It reminded them of their evil deed. “hee hee,” they laughed and rejoiced. Laughed because as the saying “Misery loves company” is proven for the first time.
Let’s step back now before the fall of the angels and ask why did they fall? Could it be the All-Knowing God reveals to the angel’s certain truths beforehand?
Perhaps He did! Consider that God allowed the angels to know His plan for creation, one point, that angels would be higher than humans in the hierarchy.
“Good,” they thought!
Here comes that pride before the fall of the angels.
“Of course we are greater than those humans, look at our intelligence and beauty.”
They may have spoken words like this to each other if we dare to imagine.
“These insignificant humans who are so lowly, and You Master are willing to take on flesh, and from a woman yet, to become one of them.”
And with that, the great battle of which they fell, down, down they fell.
“A woman shall crush thy head.” (Genesis 3;15)
God the Father has willed to be appeased by the blood of His only begotten Son because of this one sin of Adam and Eve. To repair our legacy, remove original sin, and help our now fallen nature.
But, why? Why would God Almighty take on flesh, suffer so much and lower Himself to become like one of His creatures? Have you ever really examined your thoughts as to why?
Jesus is our Saviour, but what does He need to save us from?
He desires to save us from an eternity of HATE! An absence of God forever, no turning back. Hell must be very sorrowful a place, and God must love us very much to endure such excruciating pains, which by the very word excruciating comes from another word meaning Crucifixion.