Summary: There have been a lot of questions written in the Bible. This morning I would like to take 7 of these questions and ask them to you. Answer them in your heart. Allow the Holy Spirit to either confirm or convict your heart if you are living by your answer.
Summary: THE very first thing that happened after the news of the fall of man reached heaven, was that God came down to look for THE MAN He created. As He walks through the garden in the cool of the day, you can hear Him calling “Adam! Adam! Where art thou?"
Summary: God calls us. Jesus has taught us, "Many are called, but few are chosen." However, the first time man was called by God, what was the purpose of His calling? The message explores that call and refocuses the divine call to our generation.
Summary: Genesis presents a picture of warning showing the threats to a harmonious experience of fellowship with God. In Genesis 3:1-9 we see: 1)The Tempter (Genesis 3:1a), 2) The Target (Genesis 3:1b-3), 3) The Tactic (Genesis 3:4-5), and 4) The Tragedy (Genesis
Summary: Seems we have all kinds of excuses not to do the things we ought to be doing. Simple truth of the matter is... we all have Big Buts that get in the way of us consistently living a sold life for Jesus.
Summary: We will start this message by looking at three scriptures: Genesis 3: 9 that says, “And the Lord God called unto Adam, and said unto him, where art thou?” Was it that the Lord could not see Adam? No. He could see him.
Summary: The 9th in a series on the Book of Genesis. This sermon looks at how God showed mercy and grace even in the curse upon Adam and Eve. He could've judged them immediately but instead we see that even in the curse, God had grace.
Summary: After Adam sinned God came calling to him "Where Art Thou" not to find where Adam was, but so that Adam would relize where he was. This question is manifold in it’s meaning. This mesage looks at where Adam was Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually.