Sermons about Genesis 224 - SermonCentral.com (2024)

  • Family + Series "motherhood" Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan Vorce on Nov 15, 2019

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    What does the Bible say about the role of the ladies in our lives?

    OPENING HUMOR: A little boy went to his mother and told her that his daddy had just said that they came from monkeys. His mother replied, “Well son, I’ve told you about my side of the family… Now it sounds like your daddy is telling you about his side of the family!”Genesis 1:28 And God blessed ...read more

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    Denomination: Church Of God

  • Oh, That You Would Bless Me!

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Nov 20, 2019

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    It appears that Jabez came from a dysfunctional family, with a mother who tried to lay a guilt-trip upon her son, and a father who is not even mentioned in Israel's genealogy list. (FREE Powerpoints Available - #367)

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER, RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK(CHANGED E-MAIL ADDRESS: FREE POWERPOINTS used with this message. E-MAIL ME at MNSERMONS@OUTLOOK.COM & request #367)TEXT: 1 Chronicles 4:9-10ILL. ...read more

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    Denomination: Christian/Church Of Christ

  • The Significance Of The Incarnation

    Contributed by Ian Hyde on Dec 24, 2019

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    A short Christmas Eve Devotion written to explain the significance of the Word becoming flesh for us.

    THE TECHNOLOGICAL DRIVE FOR PERFECTIONEver since I was a little boy, I have always been fascinated by the steady march forward of technology. I used to love going to the school library and picking up a copy of Popular Mechanics to see what new gadget, or computer, or AI system was being ...read more

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    Denomination: Nazarene

  • God’s Promise

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Feb 28, 2019

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    Promises are sure for God cannot lie.

    GOD’S PROMISEIntroduction:Mankind:Promises, promises. Promises are made to be broken.Put no trust in the promises of the man who is running for office. He is forced to make a promise to every man who solicits it, and they soon grow beyond the limit of redemption. W. A. ...read more

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    Denomination: Pentecostal

  • The Here And The Hereafter

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Feb 28, 2019

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    What I have just read would bear little weight to anyone in the real world if it had been written by some ordinary person in some ordinary book. However, the writer and the book here spoken of are both far beyond ordinary.

    THE HERE AND THE HEREAFTERSCRIPTURE:Romans 8:18 “For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.”II Corinthians 4:17 “For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and ...read more

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    Denomination: Pentecostal

  • Our Part In Salvation

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Mar 17, 2019

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    What is our part in being saved? Early in the Bible we discover we are saved by faith alone, through God's grace and not our own works. As Christians we live every day thankful for God's grace.

    Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18Our Part in Salvation[Please contact me at kerry.n.haynes@gmail.com for sermon outline in Word.]Sometimes I talk with people about what heaven will be like. Many are looking forward to it. They know it is their true home. They feel more like a foreigner in this world, ...read more

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    Denomination: Baptist

  • The Covenant Of A Baby Dedication

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 27, 2019

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    God is a covenant God. Let us consider baby dedications in the light of a personal relationship with a Holy God. Perhaps we also need to understand a baby dedication is in reality the dedication of the parents to raise the child in the fear of God and faithful to the local church.

    THE COVENANT OF A BABY DEDICATIONBy Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfinger@aol.comGOD IS A COVENANT GOD… Christianity is more than a religion. Christianity is a RELATIONSHIP, A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP. We need to so give ourselves to make the best of each day that we are capable of achieving. ...read more

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    Denomination: Assembly Of God

  • The Covenant Of A Baby Dedication

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 27, 2019

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    God is a covenant God. Let us consider baby dedications in the light of a personal relationship with a Holy God. Perhaps we also need to understand a baby dedication is in reality the dedication of the parents to raise the child in the fear of God and faithful to the local church.

    THE COVENANT OF A BABY DEDICATIONBy Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfinger@aol.comGOD IS A COVENANT GOD… Christianity is more than a religion. Christianity is a RELATIONSHIP, A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP. We need to so give ourselves to make the best of each day that we are capable of achieving. ...read more

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    Denomination: Assembly Of God

  • The Covenant Of A Baby Dedication

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 27, 2019

    | 7,042 views

    God is a covenant God. Let us consider baby dedications in the light of a personal relationship with a Holy God. Perhaps we also need to understand a baby dedication is in reality the dedication of the parents to raise the child in the fear of God and faithful to the local church.

    THE COVENANT OF A BABY DEDICATIONBy Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfinger@aol.comGOD IS A COVENANT GOD… Christianity is more than a religion. Christianity is a RELATIONSHIP, A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP. We need to so give ourselves to make the best of each day that we are capable of achieving. ...read more

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    Denomination: Assembly Of God

  • Dios Inmutable Series

    Contributed by Ozzie Barletta on Dec 21, 2020

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    Conociendo a Dios que es inmutable. No cambiará nunca. El es eterno y todos sus atributos por igual.

    Vamos a Malaquías tres y verso seis. Hoy vamos a tocar el tema en cuanto a la inmutabilidad de Dios. Estamos en la serie conociendo a Dios y a su Hijo Jesucristo. El tema de Dios inmutable, tiene que ver conque Dios no puede cambiar o no puede ser alterado.Si nos ponemos a observar el mundo ...read more

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    Denomination: Evangelical/Non-Denominational

  • Secret Behind A Hundredfold Harvest

    Contributed by Anitha Jabastion on Jan 2, 2021

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    Isaac sowed in a land and he was blessed with a hundredfold harvestWhat makes him receive this special blessing?From the Bible, let us meditate on some special characters of Isaac that helped him be a blessed man.

    Genesis 26:12 - Then Isaac sowed in that land, and reaped in the same year a hundredfold; and the Lord blessed him.This verse talks about a person called Isaac. Isaac sowed in a land and he was blessed with a hundredfold harvestWhat makes this blessing special?An agriculturist would definitely ...read more

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  • Baby Battle Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 13, 2021

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    If you want to find peace, don’t look down on some with disdain; don’t look up on others with jealousy; don’t look within at your own schemes. Instead, look to the Lord.

    A Sunday school teacher was discussing the Ten Commandments with her class of five and six-year-olds. After explaining the commandment to honor thy father and thy mother, she asked, “Is there a commandment that teaches us how to treat our brothers and sisters?” Without missing a beat, one little ...read more

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    Denomination: Evangelical Free

  • The Sacrifices God Is Pleased With Series

    Contributed by Isaiah Banjo on Nov 30, 2020

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    It is “through Jesus” that your sacrifices can be acceptable. Anything short of that is totally unacceptable. The only person God told that he is pleased with was Jesus. When a man does not listen to Jesus, such a man cannot please God.

    Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of Praise – the fruit of lips that confess his name. And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices, God is pleased. (NIV)Hebrews 13:15-16Quite a lot to identify in this scripture.1.The ...read more

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    Denomination: Pentecostal

  • Crying Out To God

    Contributed by David Welch on Aug 15, 2018

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    This message explores the concept of crying out to God observed in Scripture.

    “Crying Out To God”Selected PassagesIt seems that it normally takes a severe crisis in our life before we truly cry out to God from the depths of our heart. Our relationship with God seems to have lost a real passion. We have lost the sense of desperation regarding our own condition as well as ...read more

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    Denomination: Christian Missionary Alliance

  • Systems Of Belief Series

    Contributed by Vince Miller on Aug 28, 2018

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    No one wants to live in a lie, however, as a believing being, many men live with corrupt beliefs that influence their thoughts and actions.

    So I’d like to begin with a quote today. From A.W. Tozer. He says, “What comes into our minds when we think about God, is the most important thing about us. What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” I love this quote because I think it gets after the ...read more

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    Denomination: Baptist

  • Sermons about Genesis 224 - SermonCentral.com (2024)

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    What is the significance of Genesis 2 24? ›

    This verse implies significant ideas about how cultures should function. In the ancient world, one of the highest values was allegiance and honor to one's parents. The Bible makes clear, though, that a man's duty is to forsake his parents in the sense that he transfers his loyalty from them to his wife.

    What is the importance of Genesis 1 3? ›

    Genesis 1–3 describes events that are analogous to later events in God's providential rule over the world. Genesis 1–3 contains a considerable number of one-time events, belonging to the creation of the world, the creation of Adam and Eve, and the first sins. These one-time events are never to be repeated.

    What can we learn from Genesis 2 18? ›

    The task of the adam is to “serve” and to “preserve” (to till and to keep) the adamah, the Earth given as home. We hear that Earth precedes the Earth creature in this narrative of the emergence of the universe — as it does in our contemporary scientific narratives.

    What is the sermon on Genesis 21 1 2? ›

    The first verse of Genesis 21 emphasizes that God keeps His word. “And the Lord visited Sarah as He had said, and the Lord did for Sarah as he had spoken.” God's promise was fulfilled on schedule, not Abraham and Sarah's schedule, but God's schedule.

    What is the significance of Genesis 24 2? ›

    Context Summary

    Abraham is asking the servant to swear an oath to find a wife for Isaac from among his own people in Mesopotamia. The servant must not allow Isaac either to marry into a Canaanite family or to leave the promised land of Canaan.

    What is the Genesis 2 24 wedding sermon? ›

    He is the one who made man and woman for marriage. He is the one who creates the bond that makes the two “one flesh” in marriage (Gen. 2:24). Just as God is sovereign – he reigns as king – over the universe which he has made, we should acknowledge his kingship over our lives and over our marriage.

    What is considered the most important purpose of Genesis? ›

    It tells of the origins of the universe and the earth and its plant and animal inhabitants. Genesis also carries the story of the ancient Hebrew people up to the time of Joseph. It is a central creation story for the religious traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

    What are the main lessons from Genesis? ›

    Key Themes
    • God's good character and provision of life and safety amidst chaos.
    • Humanity's choice to partner with God or reject his instruction.
    • The complex and fractured relationship between humans, creation, and God.
    • The consistency of God's promise to rescue and restore.

    What are the key points in Genesis? ›

    The main message of the Book of Genesis is the creation of the universe and the Israelite people. Throughout the text, the themes of creation and covenant demonstrate the connection between the Israelites and God/Yahweh as well as the fact that humans are unrighteous and deceptive.

    What does Genesis 2 18-24 mean? ›

    Thus, God resolves to make for the single human “a helper [Hebrew: ezer] as his partner.” A “helper” in the Old Testament is not a subordinate but one who may be an equal or sometimes even a superior to the one who is being helped.

    What is the moral of the story in Genesis 2? ›

    God also issues a single, specific negative command: never eat from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, or you will die. This passage is also the first time when God recognizes that some aspect of His creation is not good. It's not good for the man to be alone.

    What does Genesis 2 teach us about humans? ›

    In Genesis 2, some people think that the story goes on to give more detail about the creation of humans, seen as two individuals, Adam and Eve. Adam was made from 'the dust of the ground' when God breathed life into him. Eve was created out of one of Adam's ribs to provide company and help for Adam.

    What does Genesis 21-22 teach us? ›

    This passage chronicles a covenant between Abraham and Abimelech. The significance of this passage is Abraham finding a place in the land promised to him in safety. Another highlight of this passage is the explanation for the origin of the name Beersheba.

    What does Genesis 22 teach us? ›

    Here, God reveals seven lessons on true faith. True faith is: (1) tested so you can trust it; (2) responsive to God's calling; (3) submits to His will; (4) trusts in His Word; (5) obeys Him; (6) perfected through Christ's sacrifice; and (7) rewarded by Christ in heaven and here on Earth.

    Why is Genesis 21 important? ›

    Genesis 21 begins with the long-awaited birth of the son God had promised to Abraham and Sarah. This is the child through whom God would make of Abraham a great nation (Genesis 17:6–7). More recently, the Lord had promised both Abraham and Sarah that they would conceive and bear a son within a year's time.

    What does Genesis 24 teach us? ›

    In Genesis 24, it is Isaac who discovers that God was not only faithful to Abraham, but that God's faithfulness extends to a new generation as well. The topic of Genesis 24 is the question many young men and women ask when they come of age, and that is where do I get a wife or husband?

    What is the significance of Jacob's blessing of his sons? ›

    Each one according to his own blessing: Each son and each tribe that would come from them had their own calling and destiny. Yet the remarkable promise remained – that they each would survive and grow into significant tribes, without one perishing during the centuries to come in Egypt.

    What does it mean that a man should leave his father and mother? ›

    The Hebrew words used in Genesis 2:24, which states that “a man shall leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave to his wife,” mean “to forsake dependence upon,” “leave behind,” “release,” and “let go.”

    What is the Hebrew word for joined in Genesis 2/24? ›

    Genesis 2:24

    The Hebrew term underlying “join” or “cleave,” dâbaq, is a strong word that has the literal sense of two being held together by force, as when one person captures another.

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