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Cain and Abel - whats the difference ?
« on: May 29, 2013, 10:32:18 PM »

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Well its the working of God within and not the working of man

hence "Christ in" = Christian

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Re: Cain and Abel - whats the difference ?
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2013, 01:20:08 PM »
which person was pleasing to God ? Cain or Abel


re: both believers in God ~ both in a relationship with God

Who was saved ? temporal or eternal

afterall the ten commandments did not apply to Cain ! they did'nt exist at that time

Or did they ?
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Re: Cain and Abel - whats the difference ?
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2013, 05:02:01 AM »
   God's word is the seed. The earth is the place where the seeds are planted. The earth, like a garden is cultivated and that is the faith and righteousness is cultivated in the earthly teachings and understanding. Cain's offering was from the ground, even wheat for and earthly type of bread. You cannot please God without faith and faith is believing in spiritual things not seen. The lambs and the fatness there off. Cain was of the earthly type and Abel was a shephard and his flock were well taught and feed and lambs are of the meek sort as like the Spirit. They were both teachers of the word and had their followers but Able was born of the Spirit and Cain after the flesh. Cain had not matured in his teachings and offering to God. It is written God is no respector of men but yet he had respect for Able and his offering. That too shows Able was well versed in the Spirit, born of the Spirit.

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