In the 2nd part of chapter 4 we are given some names of the offspring of Kayin up to the 7th generation descended from Adham.
We find Kayin pleading with God in the hope to receive a less hard punishment or protection so that he would not be killed out of revenge.
“YHWH said to Kayin: Where is Hevel your brother? He said: I do not know. Am I the watcher of my brother? Now he said: What have you done! A sound—your brother’s blood cries out to me from the ground! And now, damned be you from the ground, which opened up its mouth to receive [...]
In the story of Kayin and Hevel we come to hear to what jealousy and envy can lead.
By the Breath of God, His Words were formed. By His Words came everything into being, but only the man was blessed by the Breathing of God in his nostrils so that life came into him but also a special relationship was created.
The man who loved the Law of the Elohim (Ps 119:97) and was known by God to be a righteous man, blessed and praised his Bo're and was willing to do everything that Hashem wished him to do. Those wanting to fall under the promises made to Abraham should be people following in the footsteps of Abraham, having the Faith in the same God as Him.
A look at the progenitor or forefather of the tribes and faith groups believing in and following the Only One True God of Israel.
In the second and third chapter of the Bereshith (the book of the beginning) we find that God, Who had made man in His image, brought a helper for the ish or man so that they could live together in a bond of union, related to the other living beings and to the Most High Elohim, in a state we now call marriage.