Adam and Eve


The story of Adam and Eve, the serpent and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

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Adam & Eve In The Garden
God created man in his own image. He created man and woman. God blessed them and told them to be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. God made man in charge of the fish, the birds and every living thing on the earth. God placed man in the garden of Eden and told him to take care of it. He told man he could eat from every tree except the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. If he ate of that tree he would surely die.
The Serpent Tempts Eve
The serpent asked Eve if God had told them not to eat of any fruit. Eve told him what God had said. The Serpent told her that they wouldn’t die but that instead they would become as wide as God.
Eve Gives Adam The Fruit
So Eve ate some of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of Good and Evil and then she gave it to Adam and he ate it too.
Adam & Eve Cover Themselves With Fig Leaves
Then they both knew that they were naked and they covered themselves with fig leaves. One day they heard God in the garden and they hid. God called to them. God asked Adam if he had eaten of the tree. Adam said that Eve gave him the fruit. Then Eve said that the serpent tricked her and she ate.
God Sends Adam & Eve From The Garden
God sent them out of the garden forever. God made the serpent crawl on his stomach. God told Adam that man would have work hard to eat. It would never be easy for Adam and Eve again.

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