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 (Genesis) - Part 9 by Zac Poonen

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 6  
Description: The days of Noah are characteristic of the days of the coming of Christ, days filled with sexual immorality and violence. What does the building of the ark mean for the Church today?
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 The Flood by Bill Randles

Topic: Flood
Scripture(s): Genesis 6-8  
Description: nil
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 (Through The Bible) Genesis 8-9 by Chuck Smith

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Genesis 8-9  
Description: There is no way that truly the language of man can describe about God and really how He is. Paul the apostle says that when he came back from a heavenly vision that there are some things that he could not just write down. But we have been given human language so that’s the way God is conveying Himself to us. Before the fall there was no great violent winds the climate was very moderate. At the beginning of the new civilization after the flood God said that no man should shed the blood of another man. This is the beginning of government and moral law. The way that man has kept the law is unjust but that does not go against the principle that God intuited it. The people who so strongly cry against capital punishment are for abortion, which goes against the scripture and specifically in this chapter how God is laying out moral law. The verse be fruitful and multiply is the admonition to increase and no to kill children such as abortion advocates and therefore is the opposite of Gods call in this verse. Gods covenant with the rainbow means that God will not destroy the entire earth with a flood but that does not mean there will be localized flooding. God will destroy the earth dissolving the elements, fire being the opposite then water. Saw the nakedness of his father (Noah) in the Hebrew actually means he was gazing. So Noah curses Canaan because of Ham, God knowing that Canaan would follow in the sinful and rebellious steps of His father Ham.
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 The New Creation And The New Fall by Bill Randles

Topic: New Creation
Scripture(s): Genesis 8  
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 (Through The Bible) Genesis 21-23 by Chuck Smith

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Genesis 21-23  
Description: As he had said and did as He had spoken. God always does what he says. Abraham laughed first and God called Him laughter, Sarah even laughed when she heard about the child from the tent. God heard the voice of the lad, so Ishmael was praying as well as Hagar. It is interesting that God heard the prayers of Ishmael rather then Hagar. The Arabs and Israel are linked together through Abraham; Ishmael is the father of the Arabic people. The enticements for sinning are from the flesh not from God. God can test us but never will he lead us into doing a sin or sending direct temptation. By our own lusts we are drawn away and enticed. The first time the word love is used in the bible is the fatherly love, the father for the son. This is a type of Father God’s love for His Son Jesus Christ. There are a lot of works that are done in the flesh that are going to be consumed; they will be wood, hay, and stubble. It is the motives for it, if it draws any praise and glory to ourselves then it will be your reward already. Much of what we do for God is really done for our own glory benefit or recognition. God does not recognize our works in the flesh.
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 (Through The Bible) Genesis 27-28 by Chuck Smith

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Genesis 27-28  
Description: It is tragic to be in the case of Isaac to be in the way of an invalid. When the body cannot really function or really cant work but the spirit that remains in the body is a hard thing for the person who is in the body and for the people that have to take care of him. God thinks with a for-knowledge. We cannot think in the same way as God. If we select someone we cannot ever see how the person is going to work out, but God knows the end of men. Therefore God can elect a person he has for-knowledge of so that he can fulfill his purposes. The way that Isaac asks Esau to get a savory meat was a cheap way to get a blessing, and his wife (Rebecca) knowing that Jacob would used of the Lord better then Esau. Isaac blessed Jacob instead of Esau, was it Gods will that Jacob should be blessed? Yes. Why is it that we think that God cannot do His work without us? Such is not the case; God can accomplish his purposes apart from us, and will if necessary. The work of God is never dependent on our deception (i.e. Jacob). If it is a true work of God it will be done, God is able and is not dependent on us especially on money situations. It takes abit from the romance of this story that Jacob was 75 years old when he was about to run away from his home.
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 Genesis #18 Ch. 27-29 God's Principle of Retribution by Chuck Missler

Topic: Retribution
Scripture(s): Genesis 27-29  
Description: nil
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 (Genesis) Genesis 27-28:15 by Joe Focht

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 27-28:15  
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 (Through The Bible) Genesis 29-31 by Chuck Smith

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Genesis 29-31  
Description: The douri that Jacob gave for Rachel was the 7 years of labor for Laban. The 7 years only seemed like a few days to Jacob because he loved Rachel so much. In this deception of Jacob with the 2 wife’s so we can see the deception that he showed to his father Isaac. Daniel= God is judge. Dan was the name of Jacob’s child because he said that God had judged me. Mandrakes thought to have properties to help childbirth, they were called love apples. Men were esteemed much higher then men, if a child was born who was a girl then it was not as a big deal as if it was a boy. Most of Jacob’s daughters are not named except for Dima. Jacob separates the flocks using his knowledge of raising animals so that his stripped and spotted would reproduce better. The Hebrew word conceive actually means to be made hot. By placing stripes before the animals made them want to conceive. Jacob noticed the countance of Laban that he was not pleased with Jacob. Then Jacob hears from the Lord to tell him to go back to the land of his fathers. Jacob calls his wife to go out to the field from the tent for him to tell them about this so they are not over heard. Jacob left with all he had without telling Laban and went off to mount Gilad, which is about 300 miles away. The best he could do with that type of large size of flocks is 15 miles a day. In reality Laban would never had let Jacob go, he would have taken everything he had. But God spoke to Laban the night before telling him not to harm Jacob.
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 (Genesis) Genesis 29 Introduction by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 29  
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 (Genesis) - Part 26 by Zac Poonen

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 34-37  
Description: Jacob's detour to Shechem shows us how important it is to be wholehearted and radical and how this transformation process can be. In Shechem, Jacob ran into many problems, losing authority in the home and his daughters wandering the streets. Esau's having kings long before Jacob's teaches that affliction is the true preparation for kingship. Joseph serves as a challenge to have a heart open to God and also as a tremendous picture of Jesus Christ.
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 (Genesis) Genesis 36 Introduction by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 36  
Description: nil
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 (Genesis) Genesis 46-48 by Joe Focht

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 46-48  
Description: nil
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 Genesis #25 Ch. 46-48 & 50 Jacob's & Joseph's Faith by Chuck Missler

Topic: Faith
Scripture(s): Genesis 46-48  
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 (Genesis) Genesis 49-50 by Joe Focht

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 49-50  
Description: nil
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 Genesis #26 Ch. 49 Israel's Prophecy by Chuck Missler

Topic: Israel
Scripture(s): Genesis 49  
Description: nil
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 (Genesis) - Part 11 by Zac Poonen

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 9  
Description: Have you seen the death of Jesus in the covenant of Noah's rainbow? Brother Zac shows the safety of pressures and persecutions such as Noah faced for 120 years; his fall came in the time of ease. We can learn from the curse of Ham to put to death this evil curiosity to see the nakedness of others, which manifests itself in many ways.
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 (Genesis) - Part 29 by Zac Poonen

Topic: Joseph
Scripture(s): Genesis 43-47  
Description: Joseph's life was one characterized by humility, the fear of God, and submission to authority. His repetitions of "God sent me" to his brothers shows his confidence that God could take the evil other people did to him and work it for good. One faithful man can accomplish a tremendous lot for God!
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 (Genesis) - Part 30 by Zac Poonen

Topic: Jacob
Scripture(s): Genesis 48-50  
Description: The transformed Jacob could be so mightily used at the end of his life. True prophecy came when his natural strength had been dislocated. The blessings and warnings to Jacob's sons can be equally appropriate to us. Reuben warns us that if we cannot rule over our own passions we cannot lead in the church. "Am I in God's place?" is a good question to ask ourselves if we are secretly delighting in “being God” to other brothers and sisters.
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 Jehovah Jireh by David Wilkerson

Topic: Character Of God
Scripture(s): Genesis 14  
Description: Gen 14, 17, to 22. Bro. Wilkerson chronicles the life of Abraham's faith, the process of how he learned to trust God through learning who God is in his times of crises. That is when God reveals himself to his children, as they seek him in their time of trials. Part 1 of 8.
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