Someday, Jesus would go to another garden, a place called Gethsemane, and He would obey where Adam failed. He would redeem us from the curse, by becoming a curse for us.
Rather than letting sin destroy His creation, God would send a Messiah to reverse the curse.
It started out with beauty, a perfect world over which God declared
“It is very good.” But sin…
There is no heart so hard that God cannot soften it or so broken that he cannot heal it. There is nothing—no person, no situation, no trial, no pain—that he cannot redeem.