Glorify God, Live Together, Make Disciples

Sermons on Genesis (Page 3)

The Folly of Trusting in Counterfeit Gods

We must find our significance from God alone because pursuing it anywhere else will not work, and often, is very destructive. Genesis 29:31-30:24 What is the problem? How do they try to fix it? What is the only real solution? Jacob’s children: Leah: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, Dinah. Gad & Asher (via Zilpah). Rachel: Dan & Naphtali (via Bilhah). Joseph.

The Life We Never Expected

You can begin and end each day trusting God because while His providence may take unexpected turns it is never accidental; God steers the ship with a steady hand. Genesis 29:1-20 Rejoice when blessings fall in your lap (29:1-20) Learn when discipline stings (29:21-25a) Look at the big picture when life doesn’t make sense (29:25b-30)

A Dream Come True

God’s promises are more humbling and useful than you think Genesis 28:10-21 Four ways God’s promises prove valuable By revealing the source of the promise By reminding us we are undeserving By recognizing our deepest needs By relativizing our lives in light of the big picture

The Stolen Blessing and a Sovereign Will

Reliance upon our natural impulses, rather than God’s Word, for spiritual direction is insufficient and often brings big problems. A. Deception within the family  27:1-29 Scene 1: Isaac and Esau’s plan — 1-4 Scene 2: Rebekah and Jacob’s plan — 5-17 Scene 3: Jacob’s execution of the deceptive plan — 18-29 B. Distress within the family 27:30-46 Scene 4: The anguish of…

Abraham Jr: Blessed of the Lord

Even in seasons of difficulty, you can trust God to keep His Word. Genesis 26 Three consolations during seasons of adversity God blesses His people in spite of them being a bit of a mess God (often) directs His people to the hard path that He’s paved with blessings God consoles His people with an oath

Faith in God’s Enduring Promise

Believers must order their lives by faith in God’s enduring promises. Genesis 25:1-18 Three timeless reminders about trusting God in life and death: Believing God’s promises means making hard choices God’s purposes continue, even though faithful leaders die We lay hold of God’s promised inheritance through faith