Am I My Brother's Keeper?

  • God asks a question He already knows he answer to, just like He did to Adam-"Where are you?"  "Who told you were naked?"  "Have you eaten of the tree?"  God knew the answers but He wanted to elicit personal responsibility, accountability and opportunity for repentance.
  • Twice God refers to Abel as Cain's brother, thus making him understand that Abel is his own blood, his mother's son.
  • Cain said it was not he responsibility to be his brother's keeper.
    • Keeper means "guardian."
    • Cain claims he had no responsibility to protect and guard his brother all the while hiding the fact that he had brutally murdered him.

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