Arthur Pink “Gleanings in Genesis”

“Cain and Abel stand as the representatives of two great classes of people. They typify respectively the lost and the saved; the self-righteous and the broken spirited; the formal professor and the genuine believer; those who rely upon their own works and those who rest upon the finished work of Christ; those who insist upon salvation by human merits, and those who are willing to be saved by Divine grace; those who are rejected and cursed by God and those who are accepted and blessed. Cain denied his ruined and fallen condition and refused to accept the remedy God provided; while Abel acknowledged his sinnership believed the Divine testimony, put his faith in a sacrificial substitute, and was righteous before God. (Genesis 4:3-7).”

~Arthur Pink, “Gleanings in Genesis”



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