This is a Third in a Series A Timeless Tale ( See God is a Timeless Tale, A Timeless Tale Chapter One).
Chapter Two – Mission Accomplished
In the times of the first five books of Moses, at the beginning of the Old Testament, God made an arrangement with His people.
Instead of the severity of the punishment, suffered by Adam and Eve, for their disobedience, God arranged for people to come to His temple in Jerusalem, once a year, bringing along with them a pair of spotless (free of any blemishes) lambs, or if they could not afford these, then two pigeons would be in order. 
These creatures were given to the priest in the temple and he duly slaughtered them and sprinkled their blood on the altar. This ceremony then absolved the people who brought the lambs/pigeons, from their disobedience to God.