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 (Genesis) Genesis 18:22-23 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 18:22-23  
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 The Ancient of Days on the Judgment Throne by W.F. Kumuyi

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Romans 14:10, Genesis 18:25  
Description: This is a great revelation of prophetic truth. It is the sublime prophecy of God’s authority as Judge – the Judge of all the earth, and the revelation of the supreme royal position of Christ, the Messiah. Daniel was God’s prophet during the period of Babylonian captivity. The Gentiles thought they were so mighty and powerful. Their despotic rulers and emperors thought they were independent of the God of heaven. The wicked nations thought that their kings had the ultimate and final authority. The kings and the princes of the Gentile world positioned themselves as if they were unpunishable. The prophecy here is a revelation from heaven that God, Who created the earth and all the inhabitants therein, has not abandoned the world to His creatures. This revelation upholds the truth known to patriarchs and prophets from the earliest of times that God is Judge. The God of heaven is “the Judge of all the earth” (Genesis 18:25).
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 Barrenness by David Smithers

Topic: Barrenness
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:18-23, 1 Samuel 1:6-20, Genesis 30:1-3  
Description: "Barrenness," says David Smithers, "is a failure to fulfill our created purpose." Smithers' prayer sums up the passionate appeal of his message: "God, convict me; show me how barren I am and let me sense the reproach, the shame, of being barren." Are we fruitful? Are we brokenhearted over our barrenness through humility, repentance and prayer? NOTE: "Barrenness" and "Barrenness (High Quality)" are the same message.
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 Barrenness (High Quality) by David Smithers

Topic: Barrenness
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:18-23, 1 Samuel 1:6-20, Genesis 30:1-3  
Description: "Barrenness," says David Smithers, "is a failure to fulfill our created purpose." Smithers' prayer sums up the passionate appeal of his message: "God, convict me; show me how barren I am and let me sense the reproach, the shame, of being barren." Are we fruitful? Are we brokenhearted over our barrenness through humility, repentance and prayer? NOTE: "Barrenness" and "Barrenness (High Quality)" are the same message.
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 (Genesis) Genesis 2:18-20 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:18-20  
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 (Genesis) 7 - The First Divine Institution by S. Lewis Johnson

Topic: Divine Institution
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:18-25  
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 (Genesis) - Part 3 by Zac Poonen

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:1-22, Exodus 20:8-10  
Description: What are man's true priorities? Is it more important to work for the Lord or fellowship with Him? What is that raises man's life above the level of animals? What value does an earthly occupation hold in the life of a Christian? Zac answers these and more as he examines Genesis chapter 2.
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 Born from His side, triple engagement by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Creation
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:18-25  
Description: From the Creation account in Genesis we read how God created the heavens and the earth, the plants and all the animals. Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth” (Gen 1:26). God created man as His crowning glory. Today the theory of evolution (otherwise known as macro evolution) is taught in the public schools; but it is only a fairytale for grownups and has contributed nothing towards science. The simplest living organism's design is vastly more complex than the finest swiss watch, yet evolutionists claim that it formed by blind chance.
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 (Genesis) Genesis 2:21-25 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 2:21-25  
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 (Genesis) 46 - Jacob in the Crucible of Divine Discipline by S. Lewis Johnson

Topic: Divine Discipline
Scripture(s): Genesis 30:1-43  
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 Give Me Souls Or I'll Die - Part 1 by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Fervent Prayer
Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 1, Genesis 30:1  
Description: Leonard Ravenhill's opening prayer says it all: "Take us out of the nursery to the armory." He calls upon the church to awake to fervent prayer, salting our appetites by the example of others: people he had met personally (Duncan Campbell, Smith Wigglesworth, Jonathan Goforth's daughter) and people whose lifestyle of agonizing intercession had impacted him (David Brainerd, Praying Payson of Portland, John Hyde, Susanna Wesley and others).
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 (Genesis) Genesis 30:1-24 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 30:1-24  
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 (Genesis) 66 - Joseph's Last Words by S. Lewis Johnson

Topic: Joseph
Scripture(s): Genesis 50:1-26  
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 (Genesis) Genesis 50:1-3 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 50:1-3  
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 (Genesis) Genesis 50:4-13 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 50:4-13  
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 Forfeiting the Burying Place of Kings by Carter Conlon

Topic: Eternity
Scripture(s): Genesis 50:7-11  
Description: October 08, 2006. What is the difference between a person who will be missed or a person who will be mourned? A person who will be missed has occupied a place that is visible to others. He or she may have been involved in what is considered good and high profile causes but in the context of Christ these activities could possibly have left them very far from the heart of God and the struggles of the people. A person who will be mourned has allowed the immeasurable supply of Christ's life through poured in us and through us onto the person God has placed before us. It is not the multitudes that we minister to or how big our ministry is, it is the ability we have in Christ to hear and respond to the cry of the one.
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 (Genesis) Genesis 50:14-20 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 50:14-20  
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 (Genesis) Genesis 50:21-26 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Genesis
Scripture(s): Genesis 50:21-26  
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 (Genesis) 65 - Jacob's Last Words - II by S. Lewis Johnson

Topic: Jacob
Scripture(s): Genesis 49:13-22  
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 (Genesis) 64 - Jacob's Last Words - I by S. Lewis Johnson

Topic: Jacob
Scripture(s): Genesis 49:1-28  
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