After the fall of man there came "Exile" unto the human being by which someone or even a people is forced to leave his/her or their place or country and forced to live somewhere else.
Tag: Kayin or Cain
Cain’s Rejected Offering
With the story of Cain, we can see how important a good relationship with God is and how important our good way of worship is.
Bereshith 5: Adam’s Descendants to Noah #3 From Seth to Kenan
Elohim had blessed the human beings He had created and allowed them to have children. That way A'dham became the father "of a son" in his own likeness, "after" his own image. We were not told this about Cain and Abel simply because the text did not wish to discuss them at length. In this chapter 5 Moses goes straight to the third son of Adam, Enosh. It is noted that from that time the people started to call upon the Name of Jehovah God.
Bereshith 4:6-16 The Punishment of Kayin
What the Scriptures tells us about how God reacted on Kayn (Cain) his act of offering and killing his brother
Bereshith 4:1-7 Eve’s discouragement over the curse of many children and trying to please God
We come now to the position that the 1st man had relations with his wife Eve, and she conceived and gave birth to Cain, who when older brought offerings to please God.