Psalm 142:4. Loneliness is a human condition when we are isolated from others and we perceive that no one cares about us. Loneliness is an emotional response to the perception that we are isolated, either physically or spiritually, from other people.
Devotional: Esau's Despair Led to Unforegiveness, Then Hate Against His Brother and A Sin Against GodSubmitted by Randy on Sat, 2012-11-10 01:34
Genesis 29:33. It is natural for us that who we love is who in return loves us. For a woman some may think that by having a baby they will get the man that they love to love them back. This is what Leah of the Bible did to try to get Jacob, her husband, to love her. She was sure that having babies would answer all her desires.
Genesis 27:41. A simple definition of unforgiveness is "a grudge against someone who has offended you". From a Christian perspective, unforgiveness is a sin in that it is the opposite of forgiveness. Forgiveness is the essence of loving our fellow man while unforgiveness is a sin that results in hate and much worst. Forgiveness is of God while unforgiveness is not of God.
Romans 7:15. Many of us are slaves to sin. For those that are slaves to sin, some know it, some deny it, and others do not even realize that they are slaves to sin. For those that realize that they are slaves to sin, it is a perplexing situation. You may realize that you are a drunk and that it is bad for you to keep on drinking, but you drink any way.
Bible Summary. When we put things above God and do things that displease Him, our sin nature is telling God we hate Him and hate anything that is of His righteous. This is why Cain hated his brother, Abel. He hated his brother was righteousness. We tend to dislike things we do not know. To hate God and deny His Truth will only result in our early death and destruction.
Genesis 4:5. God was displeased with Cain's unworthy offering and Cain felt shame, but no guilt. Cain was hurt that his offering was not honored by God like his brother, Abel. Cain was angry with God. He felt he had brought God a worthy offering, but God had a done him wrong by not accepting his offering. Cain was not sorry. He felt no guilt that he had wronged God. Cain was unrepentant.
Genesis 4 tells us the story of Cain and Abel. Abel was a keeper of sheep and Cain was a tiller of the ground. Abel brought the Lord an offering of fruit and Abel brought an offering of the firstlings of his flock. God was please with Abel, but not with Cain. God advised Cain to do good in the future, but Cain did not take God's advise.