Sermons on Genesis

Sermons on Genesis

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BACKGROUND CHECKS

Sermon Handout Outside of Jesus, it could be argued that no biblical figure is more important than Abraham. He’s the individual through whom God chose to bless the entire world (Genesis 12:3). He’s the individual who so modeled faith that he could be called “the man of faith” (Galatians 3:9). He’s the individual who had such an intimate relationship with God that he “was called a friend of God” (James 2:23). What can we learn from the first follower? 27 Now…

Marriageology: Marriage Myths

Sermon Handout During the course of my ministerial career, I have been questioned about no subject more than marriage. For some reason, marriage is one of, if not the most challenging issue confronting the faith of many. Because issues related to marriage are so prominent in the world as well as the church today, it is time we explore what the Bible says about marriage both theologically and practically. It doesn’t matter if you are single, married, engaged, divorced, or…

Marriageology: Dealing With Divorce

Sermon Handout During the course of my ministerial career, I have been questioned about no subject more than marriage. For some reason, marriage is one of, if not the most challenging issue confronting the faith of many. Because issues related to marriage are so prominent in the world as well as the church today, it is time we explore what the Bible says about marriage both theologically and practically. It doesn’t matter if you are single, married, engaged, divorced, or…

Marriageology: By Design

Sermon Handout During the course of my ministerial career, I have been questioned about no subject more than marriage. For some reason, marriage is one of, if not the most challenging issue confronting the faith of many. Because issues related to marriage are so prominent in the world as well as the church today, it is time we explore what the Bible says about marriage both theologically and practically. It doesn’t matter if you are single, married, engaged, divorced, or…

The God Who Sees Potential

In Genesis 16:13, Hagar referred to God as El-Roi, which means “the God-Who-Sees.” Her title for God is appropriate since Scripture is filled with references to God’s omniscient vision. In 1 Samuel 16:7 when Samuel was sent to anoint Saul’s successor as king, God indicated that He “sees not as man sees” because He “looks on the heart.” In Hebrews 4:13 we are told that “no creature is hidden from [God’s] sight, but all are naked and exposed to the…