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Cain, for example, envied his brother Abel. Because they were brothers, and in his mind equal petitioners for Godís favor, Cain presumed that God would treat their offerings the same. Blinded by his envy, he missed his chance to bring forth his best and instead killed his competitor, his brother.
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