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Rotation.org Writing Team Adam & Eve Cooking Workshop Summary of Lesson Activity Make "super sour temptation candy" to illustrate (and taste) the nature of temptation. At first, temptation often looks appealing and may seem "sweet," but disobedience to God usually leaves a sour "taste." God knows what is best for us. What we often think is good for us, is not good. Disobeying God's rules for life leave a sour taste in our mouth. They upset us and God. But God calls us, goes with us into...


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