Tears, Screams, and Shock burst forth producing pain from a mother’s womb. The pain that Eve felt the moment the news had come to her that her son Abel had been murdered by his brother Cain. The mother of all creation is now faced with the reality that the baby she carried in her womb was no longer alive and the murderer was a child who she also carried in her womb. Ever since that day, the womb that produces life also produces death.
Throughout history mankind has always felt the need to rule and dominate over his brother. Jealousy and hate has always been the motivator that gives the sinner justification to murder his brother. Ever since Cain, the womb has unintentionally produced more Cain like individuals that would go to kill their brother through jealousy and hate.
On the day Abel was murdered by his brother, the act of taking another humans life had never existed on the earth. However, ever since that day; murder has become the perfect weapon against the people of God. Though centuries have passed and millions of murderous acts later; the children of Cain are still leaving its life altering mark on mankind.
leaving families broken and torn apart. Jails are now filled to capacity with men who could have been doctors, lawyers, and other work place professionals; instead took on the role of Cain and murdered their brother out of anger, jealousy, and rage. Committing an evil act and now being judged by man and not God to the penalty of a cold cell to live out the rest of their days wishing for a second chance.
The day Cain raised up against his brother to accomplish his mission to steal, kill, and destroy his brother marked the highest statistic that has never nor will it ever come down from its most sacred place. Men have gathered in large groups to meet, march, and protest that murder must stop. Until the day that Jesus promised His return to the earth happens, the womb of the woman will always mourn and suffer the lost of her child by the hands of his brother.
Evil is at the heart of all mankind; and some are Cain but all are Able.