God finds us where we are, and invites us to repent: to change our lives by changing our minds. God welcomes us back to Him with love, not wrath, ready to show us His unfathomable mercy.
The fall of Adam & Eve (Genesis 3) is the fall of all humanity. We are not now what we ought to be, what God created us to be. Since Adam, we have been dead in sin (Ephesians 2:1). But Jesus Christ has begun the curse's reversal, winning life for all who trust in Him.
Genesis 1 and 2 are distinct, related creation stories, that -- when held together -- reveal to us God's design for human beings: to work with Him as stewards of His good world, and to work with each other in Christian relationships.
We see the fullest expression of the Image of God in Jesus Christ (Colossians 1:15). Jesus Christ is the new beginning of the restoration of our ability to reflect God's Image after sin (2 Corinthians 3:18). And Jesus Christ is our pattern in the meantime.