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There are no Sons of Eden 2

Holy Abel could have killed, if he'd had a sword. Holy Abel could have killed, if he'd loved the Lord. Holy Abel never thought to craft a shining blade intended for his Brother's death. Instead, was rams he gave. Only Cain dreamed so dark to win God's love through force. Proving that he loved God best, he killed without remorse. And when God came upon the scene where Abel lay in blood, and saw his eyes as soft as lambs that gazed at crimson suds, He must have known at once was Cain that came with fire and sword to steal the love God freely gave but sin could not afford. And even then, God cradled Cain for the sake of the world to come, and told him that he loved him best until his life was done.

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