Cain and Abel
According to Genesis 4, when God found Abel's sacrifice acceptable but rejected Cain's sacrifice (for reasons not given in the text), Cain became angry and killed Abel, his brother. Cain's sin revealed that the sin of his parents, Adam and Eve, was now growing beyond them in its reach and intensity. These Cain and Abel Bible activities for children will help kids learn about this story and see how sin was spreading within Adam and Eve's children. Sin and evil are powerful and in each of us. Sin always hurts other people and invariably leads to sadness and separation from God.
According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This spot the differences activity will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.Read More ⇨