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How do you think Abel knew what was acceptable in regards to his offering that he presented to God in Genesis 4?
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In the New Testament, Abel is described as a man of faith. Hebrews 11:4 says, "By faith Abel offered to God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, through which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts; and through it he being dead still speaks". Abel brought to the Lord an offering "of the firstlings (the best quality) of his flock." Abel's parents, Adam and Eve, while in the garden of Eden had unique communion with the Lord God and even though they were separated from God because of their disobedience, they still knew God. Verse 1 of Genesis chapter 4; Eve says..."I have acquired a man from the Lord." Adam and Eve taught their children about God and the sacrifice He made to clothe them with tunics of skin...(Gen. 3:21)
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When you seek after God it’s not just silence on the other side. God lets you know what he wants from you. It’s a matter of hearing and choosing to listen.
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The family of Adam and Eve obviously had a very close conversational relationship with God. Abel was obviously also several years old. He was either taught by Adam and Eve how things should be or God told him about it during one of their conversations
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Abel loved the Lord and knew what he wanted. His parents taught him but he had to have his own walk with the Lord to know what he wanted as an example for thousands of years later when the Lord would sacrifice himself.
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