Sermon Archive

God makes himself known to us by two means. We consider how God makes himself known 1. By the creation, preservation and government of the universe 2. By his holy…
Jacob becoming rich at the expense of Laban encourages us, as it shows us the LORD keeps his promises This is not evident in the foreground story This comes out…
“And behold, it was Leah!” Surprised by grace again! For, who expected that in light of events 1. On the first day 2. After one month 3. After seven years Reading:  Genesis…
We are amazed by grace, as in God’s appearance to Jacob at Bethel we see God’s unconditional and invincible grace We consider how we see 1. God’s unconditional grace 2.…
We are comforted as we see God’s purpose of election accomplished through Jacob’s deception of Isaac We consider: 1. This is not an invitation to imitate deception 2. The comfort…
The snapshot of Isaac's life exhorts and encourages us as we live as sojourners on the promised earth. This comes out as we see Isaac 1. Hesitant in his faith 2.…
The account of Esau despising his birthright challenges us to ask how we value our birthright. Reading: Hebrews 12:1-17 Text: Genesis 15:27-34
The opening scene of the generation of Isaac impresses on us that salvation is out of grace 1. Rebekah's trouble getting pregnant 2. Rebekah's trouble while pregnant Reading: Genesis 25; Romans 9…
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