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The Bible Day 2: (Psalm 2, Matthew 2:1-18, & Genesis 2:18-4:16)


Summary:

Jared discussed various biblical themes, emphasizing the importance of the Bible, the Psalms, the Book of Matthew, and the Genesis account. He highlighted the role of God's anointed Messiah, the fall of humanity, and the importance of free will leading to Jesus Christ. He also discussed the story of the wise men, the significance of the star, the gifts, and the flight to Egypt.


Psalms 2 and the Messiah: A Discussion

Jared led a discussion on Psalms 2, focusing on the theme of God's anointed one, or the Messiah. They ended the conversation by mentioning that they would read Matthew's Gospel next.


Magi, Gifts, and Tragedy: Matthew Chapter 2 Discussion

Jared discussed Matthew Chapter 2, verses 1 to 18, focusing on the story of the magi, or wise men from the East, who came to worship the newborn Jesus. They highlighted the significance of the star that guided the wise men, the gifts they presented, and the flight into Egypt to escape Herod's wrath. Jared also emphasized the tragedy of Herod's massacre of innocent children to try to eliminate the threat from the newborn king.


Genesis Reading and Discussion

Jared led a reading from the Bible, specifically Genesis chapters 2 to 4. They also discussed the temptation and fall narrative in Genesis 3, focusing on the serpent's deception and Adam and Eve's ensuing shame and hiding.


Adam and Eve's Fall From Grace

Jared discussed the biblical story of Adam and Eve's fall from grace as described in Genesis 3. They detailed the snake's temptation of Eve, their sharing of the forbidden fruit with Adam, and their subsequent realization of their nakedness and knowledge of good and evil. The consequences of their actions, including expulsion from the Garden of Eden and the curse of toil and pain in childbearing, were also covered.


Adam and Eve's Fall and Its Curses

Jared discussed the biblical story of Adam and Eve's fall from grace. They elaborated on the curses that followed their disobedience, including the curse on the serpent, Eve's increased sorrow and pain in childbearing, and Adam's curse of toiling and laboring until death. Jared highlighted the significance of Adam's disobedience, leading to humanity's expulsion from Paradise and the introduction of death and decay.


Jealousy and Envy in Cain and Abel Discussion

Jared led a discussion on the biblical story of Cain and Abel, focusing on the destructive emotions of jealousy and envy. The meeting was part of a shared journey to read the entire Bible, with Jared expressing their excitement for this shared experience.


In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell





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