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Dr. Martin Luther King, in his most famous speech, titled, “I Have a Dream,” quoted two Old Testament prophets…
Sometimes the simplest of words are the best. Here’s a short & sweet gospel presentation to share with all people.
As we end our study of the life and faith of Abraham and his descendants it wouldn’t be complete without reviewing two events…
Isaac’s blessing should have been for Esau. But Jacob stole it through lying and deception. What lesson do we learn from Jacob’s actions?
The story of Jacob and Esau offers many great lessons. It’s also a continuing pattern of the second born being chosen for God’s service.
The key event of Chapter 23 is the death of Sarah. Chapter 24 tells of Abraham sending his servant to find a wife for Isaac.
Genesis 22 prefigures the cross. Parallels between Isaac and Jesus reveal typology of Abraham’s son, Isaac, that points to God’s Son, Jesus.
Genesis 22 records God’s testing of Abraham’s faith and obedience. God told Abraham to offer his son, Isaac, on the altar of sacrifice.
With the birth of Isaac, the son of the promise, arose conflict with Ishmael, the son of the flesh, Abraham’s son by Hagar.
While living in a cave in Zoar, Lot’s daughters reasoned that they would never find husbands or have children. What they did next was sinful.