Sermons on “Genesis”

The Consequences

Adam and Eve are now tainted with sin. They cannot live in paradise any longer. They are banished. There are consequences to our actions, but God has also set out a plan of redemption. His name is Jesus.

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The Panic

Adam begins to panic. He makes excuses. He blames his wife. He will say or do anything but admit he made a mistake. Christians are not perfect; they are forgiven. Do not panic when you fall. God’s mercy is boundless. His grace is amazing. His love is absolute.

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The Second Question

“Where are you?” God asks. God is omniscient. Would He not already know where Adam and Eve were? Yes. The question is about accountability. Will Adam and Eve confess their sin and repent, or try to excuse and rationalize it? We certainly do not try to justify or rationalize our actions, right? Do we?

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The First Question

God created the heavens and the earth. Then He created all life that lives upon it, including man and woman. All was well until His creations began to question Him. Do you question God or do you trust Him?

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All is Calm, All is Bright

The Lord promises Abraham a son, but his wife Sarah is barren and he is now 75 years old. Is this even possible? What would you say to your dad if he told you (at 75) he was going to be a father again?

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Living Biblically I: You Want Me To Do What?

What would we have to do to live biblically? God tells us first by making a covenant with His people. A covenant is a voluntary binding and solemn agreement which involves mutual responsibilities. God chooses to enter into this agreement with a man named Abram.

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