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Many Christians take the beautiful earth God has given us for granted They dont realize that God intended us to take care of his creation In this report I will explain how the earth became the sinful place it is today what our responsibility toward the earth as Christians is and what actions can we take concerning our environment The world which God created was perfect in every way After each day of creation God saw that what he had created was perfect God created the earth as he intended and willed it to be perfect There was no acid rain global warming or ozone depletion God the author of all creation provided all living things with a perfect environment But our chance at living in a perfect creation was ruined when mankind fell into sin The effect of the fall into sin includes living in a world that has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time Romans 822 That perfect surrounding was spoiled by the effects of sin just as we were corrupted We see when this happened when we read Genesis 317 God said Cursed is the ground because of you through painful toil you will eat of it all the days of your life It will produce thorns and thistles for you From this point on mankind would have to live in a world full of sin as a direct result of our sin Many Christians do not realize how serious our responsibility to the earth is God said in Genesis 126 that we are to rule over all the earth When God created us that is how he intended things to be We were to care for his perfect creation Now that the world is sinful the responsibility to take care of the earth is still ours Gods command for environmental consciousness and care has been greatly overlooked by man since the fall into
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