Sermons on Genesis
Genesis 32:1-12 We can pray because of the Lord’s promise.
Genesis 32:13-32 We should pray until the Lord answers.
Genesis 3:1-19 Man lost God’s moral likeness in the Fall and came under the sentence of everlasting punishment.
Genesis 1:26-28 God made us in His image to know Him, rule under Him, and subdue the earth.
Genesis 41:45-57 There is a great spiritual famine in the world today. We are challenged to be like Joseph and preach the bread of life to the famished people in the earth.
Genesis 45:1-15 We look at the way Joseph forgave his brothers for selling him into Egypt and see how this applies to us.
Genesis 5:21-24 We consider that to be useful to the Lord, we must walk with God, like Enoch, whom the Lord took to be with Him because Enoch was pleasing to Him.
Genesis 18:16-33, 19:29 We consider the subject of „effective prayer„, looking at examples of this kind of prayer from the Bible and Church history in order to see what it is and how we can begin to pray truly effectively.
Genesis 49:8-12 We consider the final revelation in the book of Genesis that God gave of His redemptive plans in the Lord Jesus. When Jacob was dying, he blessed his sons and we see Christ clearly foretold in the blessing given to Judah. We see: * The blessi
Genesis 50:20 We consider another way the Lord disciplines/trains His people: through adversity. This is something the Lord frequently does. It’s not easy to go through difficult times, but we need to remember that when we do, they are all a part of God’s plan.
Genesis 28 Having seen how God gave pictures of His wrath and justice over time in the Old Testament so that people may fear Him as they should, we now consider that He also worked often to remind His people of His promises.