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21And the Lord smelled a soothing aroma. Then the Lord said in His heart, “I will never again curse the ground for man’s sake, although the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth; nor will I again destroy every living thing as I have done. a 2And the fear of you and the dread of you shall be on every beast of the earth, on every bird of the air, on all that move on the earth, and on all the fish of the sea. They are given into your hand. 3Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you.

He took “the firstborn of his flock” and gave it to God as a sacrifice (v. 4). God accepted the attitude of Abel’s worship and, many years later, Jesus even called him righteous. Cain’s halfhearted attitude was not acceptable to God, and this rejection (especially in the face of his brother’s acceptance) angered Cain. He focused his rage on Abel. It doesn’t seem as if Abel suspected his brother’s intense jealousy and anger. He followed Cain out to a field where his older brother murdered him. Though it ended unfairly and too soon, Abel’s life left a legacy of faith.

All the produce Cain harvested looked pretty much the same, so any old produce would do. But Abel brought the best he had. He took “the firstborn of his flock” and gave it to God as a sacrifice (v. 4). God accepted the attitude of Abel’s worship and, many years later, Jesus even called him righteous. Cain’s halfhearted attitude was not acceptable to God, and this rejection (especially in the face of his brother’s acceptance) angered Cain. He focused his rage on Abel. It doesn’t seem as if Abel suspected his brother’s intense jealousy and anger.

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