The Fall of Man


No event has cast a darker shadow over human life throughout the centuries than the fall of our first parents from their state of original righteousness, life, and communion with God into the state of sin, death, and corruption in all faculties and parts of soul and body. No aspect of human experience is more crucial for understanding the world we live in, the desperation of its plight, and how necessary it was for God to intervene by sending His Son into the world, “that the world through him might be saved” (John 3:17).

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ByJustus Musinguzi

Justus Musinguzi is a passionate Bible teacher and Christian writer dedicated to empowering believers through biblical knowledge. With a focus on prayer, Bible study, and Christ-centered living, he provides insightful resources aimed at addressing life's challenges. His work on Teach the Treasures serves as a beacon for those seeking spiritual growth.