HAWA: SI WANITA PERTAMA (EVE: THE FIRST WOMAN)

Milton T. Pardosi

Abstract


Eve was the first woman who lived on this earth. She is the wife of Adam
and created by God from Adam’s rib. In the life of Eve, especially before sin, she
had advantages that may never be owned by every woman who has ever lived on this
earth. But those advantages disappeared for she believed the words of Satan (Snake)
rather than the word of God. The issue discussed in this paper is what the advantages
that Eve had not shared by other women? Another thing is to discuss what the
causes of the fall of Eve into sin?
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the life of Eve before sin with the
advantages that she has and the reasons why she fell into sin. There are several
lessons to be drawn from the life of Eve. At least she has ten special advantages.
There are lessons, too, that can be drawn from either the cause of the fall of Eve and
also solutions for her. Those lessons are, first, do not let this life be alone without a
friend. Second, do not walk to the place where there is temptation in it.
Furthermore, do not argue with the temptation. Fourth, do not add or take away the
Word of God. Next, do not give even a slightest attention to the devil or temptation.
Sixth, do not make other people falls into sin. Seventh, all actions have a definite
risk. Finally, remain always to have hope although has fallen into sin.

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