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The permission
of evil is designed to work out a greater good –
a lasting and valuable lesson.


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"For thou art
not a God that
hath pleasure in wickedness..."
Psalms 5:4


 Though opposed
to evil,
God does
permit it.

"Good" and "Evil" are
the results of
right and wrong principles
in action.

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God did not
make man
a puppet.

Why didn’t God limit man’s experience?

permitted man
to experience
the exceeding sinfulness

of sin.

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Cain and Abel

by comparing
can man
good and evil.



of choice
is a part

of man’s
original endowment.

God desires intelligent
and willing
obedience, rather than
ignorant, mechanical service.
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Four avenues
of knowledge:

1.  Intuition

2.  Observation

3.  Experience

4.  Information

Man learns
by practical experience.

Adam and Eve yielded to the temptation which God wisely permitted.

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Although deceived,
Eve was a transgressor.

Adam wilfully shared Eve's act of disobedience.

Man, through impairment of his moral nature,
desires sin.

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God has
permitted sin,
but is not
the author of it.

Evil is
not always

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Man’s noblest quality is liberty of choice.
If this were taken away, man would be inferior

to insects.


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When man
was permitted
to choose
for himself,
he fell from divine fellowship.

"For the wages of sin is death;
but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ

our Lord."
Romans 6:23


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The wisdom of God confines sin to certain limits.

God did not force man
to sin, but in His loving wisdom provided
a means
for his recovery.


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The Law
of God
is Love.

"Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of Lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow
of turning."
James 1:17

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Life is a favor,
a gift of God.

Second Chance


First Individual Opportunity

If given an individual chance,
how many would have been found worthy

of life?

Other objections to giving an individual chance now:

1. Would require a redeemer for each one condemned

2. Would not permit selection of "the body"

so much misery upon so many?

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Blessings will result through the permission of evil.

All will be able to see clearly God’s

as shown in the ransom.

Christ purchased Adam’s race.

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"All that are in their graves...
shall come forth."

As all in Adam shared his condemnation...

All in Christ
will share in restitution blessings.

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"Good tidings
of great joy
which shall be
unto all people."
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The ransom
is a solution to many perplexities.


"If in this life only we have hope in Christ, 
we are of all men most miserable.

"But now is Christ risen from the dead, 
and become the firstfruits of them that slept.

"For since by man came death, 
by man came also the resurrection of the dead.

"For as in Adam all die, 
even so in Christ shall all be made alive."
I Corinthians 15:19-22


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