"Genesis" Tagged Sermons

"Genesis" Tagged Sermons

What Is Your Legacy?

Sermon #29 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: What Is Your Legacy? Sermon in a Sentence: You will bless your loved ones and leave them with an enduring spiritual legacy of faith when you remind them of God’s past faithfulness and live with reliant confidence in His continued faithfulness, both now and in the future.

Blessings and Reminders

Sermon #28 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Blessings and Reminders. Sermon in a Sentence: While earthly prosperity is a blessing from God, Christians must remember that heaven is our ultimate home, not this world, and that our ultimate priority is not to accumulate wealth, but to share the good news of Christ with the world.

Israel’s Relocation to Egypt

Sermon #27 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Israel’s Relocation to Egypt. Sermon in a Sentence: Our hope and peace ultimately rests in God’s faithfulness to fulfill His promises even when we do not understand His methods.

Reconciliation

Sermon #26 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Reconciliation. Sermon in a Sentence: As sinners who have been forgiven of our sins and reconciled to God, we must recognize God’s sovereignty over our circumstances and continually strive to forgive and be reconciled to those who have sinned against us.

Repentance

Sermon #25 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Undeserved Grace and Tender Mercies. Sermon in a Sentence: In His great love for us, God often uses undeserved grace and tender mercies to reveal our sin and lead us to repentance and reconciliation with Him.

Undeserved Grace and Tender Mercies

Sermon #24 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Undeserved Grace and Tender Mercies. Sermon in a Sentence: In His great love for us, God often uses undeserved grace and tender mercies to reveal our sin and lead us to repentance and reconciliation with Him.

Dark Providences and Severe Mercies

Sermon #23 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Dark Providences and Severe Mercies. Sermon in a Sentence: In His great love for us, God often uses dark providences and severe mercies to reveal our sin and lead us to repentance and reconciliation with Him.

From the Prison to the Palace

Sermon #22 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories . Sermon Title: From the Prison to the Palace from Genesis 41. Sermon in a Sentence: We are called to entrust ourselves to the Sovereign God who in His own good time and providence exalts His suffering servant – Joseph then and Jesus now – to save and rescue the world.

Forgotten, But Never Forgotten

Sermon #21 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: Forgotten, But Never Forgotten from Genesis 40. Sermon in a Sentence: Although we may be disappointed by human hopes and forgotten by man, we know that God will never forget His children and will work through the circumstantial details of our lives to bring about His desired purposes.

God’s Presence With Joseph

Sermon #20 from the series: Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories. Sermon Title: God’s Presence With Joseph rom Genesis 39. Sermon in a Sentence: While never promising the elimination of suffering, deprivation, or difficulties, the Lord’s presence assures the child of God that he or she will never be abandoned or separated from His love.

Meeting Joseph’s Brothers

SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Genesis 37:18-36    SERMON IN A SENTENCE The only hope for guilty, hardened, and troubled sinners like you and me lies in the fact that Jesus endured the pain, suffering, and death of the cross to bring about our salvation. SERMON OUTLINE They were troubled by the truth. They were hardened by their hatred. They were guilty of causing grief.

“Coming Back From Rock Bottom”

SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Genesis 35:1-15   SERMON IN A SENTENCE In order to reverse the slide toward—or to rebound from—rock bottom, you must rekindle your passion for the Lord, repent of that which you have allowed to take His place, and remember His promises and past faithfulness. SERMON OUTLINE Comfort Completion Correction Confirmation

Returning Home

Sermon #9 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: (Genesis 30:25-31:55): Title: “RETURNING HOME”, Sermon in a Sentence: “God proves that He alone is the one true living God by graciously keeping His promises to provide for and protect His children.”

Desperate Housewives

SCRIPTURE REFERENCE: Genesis 29:31-30:24  SERMON IN A SENTENCE When we find ourselves in desperate situations, it is often to remind us that there is only One to whom we can turn for help – the Lord.  SERMON OUTLINE Rachel turned to her spouse. Rachel turned to her surrogate. Rachel turned to her superstitions. Rachel turned to her Savior.

Providence, Discipline, and Sovereignty

Sermon #7 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: (Genesis 29:1-35): Title: “Providence, Discipline, and Sovereignty”, Sermon in a Sentence: “God fulfills His promises through His providential grace, His sanctifying discipline, and His selection of the rejected.”

Of Wells and Blessings

Sermon #4 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: (Genesis 26:12-33): Title: “Of Wells and Blessings”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Though undeserved and opposed by the world, God’s blessing and abiding presence should cause us to live worshipful, faith-filled lives for His glory – a testimony to the watching world.”

Like Father, Like Son

Sermon #3 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories (Genesis 26:1-11): Title: “Like Father, Like Son”, Sermon in a Sentence: “Rather than allowing adversity to cause us to cower in fear and make a mockery of our faith, we should instead walk in fearless obedience, trusting fully in God’s promises.”

Grace, Grace, God’s Grace

Sermon #2 from the Series Major Genesis Part Three: The Story That Explains Our Stories (Genesis 25:19-34): Title: “GRACE, GRACE, GOD’S GRACE”, Sermon in a Sentence: “By His sovereign grace, God will fulfill His promise and redeem sinners whose faith is in Him.”
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