The Bible Facts and Evil
When Adam gave into evil, he sinned, and things
God knew Adam was naked, but Adam only realized his nakedness when he had severed his life from
To see God, one must be sinless, and connected, so Adam hid himself. He needed something between
himself and God. Adam was under the impression that God did not see him sin.
Adam was very much afraid that God would see him and that Adam would lose God's friendship, and
worse than that, God would abandon him. Adam could not accept that possibility. It was this
fear of abandonment that drove Adam to hide himself.
After God discovered him, Adam was unable to reveal his sin, which is the first step to
Adam blamed his sin on Eve, the first woman. It was through his rib's offspring that sin
entered mankind. Adam knew he needed forgiveness to recover God's friendship, and replace his guilt,
pain, and fear with trust, but did not know how to trust or be forgiven.
Evil, with death, disease and war, was introduced into the world, through Adam's disobedience and
fear of abandonment, thus corrupting what God had created as good.
When Jesus resisted evil and died, things happened:
Needing no buffer, Jesus died naked, restoring the connection between God's life and man's life.
Jesus accepted the possibility of the Father abandoning him, thus replacing Adam's fear with
Jesus died sinless, and being God, came between God and man.
Jesus, having accepted all blame, was able to replace that blame placed on the woman, with
the gift of the woman, Mary, to mankind. It was through his bleeding ribs that Salvation, in the form
of blood and water, opened the gates of Heaven. Mary could see God, because she was conceived and
Jesus needed no forgiveness, but forgives those who murder Him.
The wounds of Jesus, the High Priest, and the tears of his mother are offered to the Father,
as the remedy for evil, all from a single sacrifice, continuously offered.
Jesus, is enabled by his suffering, to turn our pain into joy, making our yoke easy and our burden