How can that be? That is how Eve saw the fruit God had forbidden that she or Adam eat. She observed that it was “good for food…a delight to the eyes, and…desired to make one wise” (Gen. 3:6).
It was “good” but it ruined the blessing of life in the garden.
It was “good” but it damaged the first couple’s marriage.
It was “good” but it destroyed a family.
It was “good” but it made worship worthless.
It was “good” but severed man’s intimate relationship with God.
No matter how “good” we may consider sin to be, it will have the last word and it will destroy what is genuinely good.