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Just like God called Jacob back to Bethel, so should we hear and respond to return to our place of spiritual birth.
Contributor: Jerry Watts (400 sermons shared)
Scripture: Genesis 31:13
God is calling each of us back to our Bethel. In doing so it will impact us and others for God and His kingdom.
Contributor: Gregory Mc Donald Sr. (126 sermons shared)
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Genesis 35:1-35:3
Jacob first met God at Luzwhich means "a hard place." After his encounter with God he changed the name of that place to Bethel which means "the House of God." Years later Jacob finds himself returning to the place where he first met God.
Contributor: Clint Shrum (73 sermons shared)
Tags: Romantic Love
No matter how far you have gone away from Him, God still loves you and still calls you.
Contributor: Ed Wood (456 sermons shared)
See from the scriptures what takes place when we have a close encounter with God.
Contributor: John Butler, Jr. (57 sermons shared)
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:8
I am the God who appeared to you at Bethel, where you poured olive oil on a stone marker for a holy purpose and where you made a vow to me. Now leave this land, and go back to the land of your relatives. (GW) And God said unto Jacob, Arise, go up
Contributor: Ruel Camia (49 sermons shared)
Scripture: Genesis 31:13
Tags: Worship Purpose
When a person receives Jesus as his personal Savior, he receives a new nature from God. The new nature doesn’t destroy the old nature that is in the person before conversion. The old nature is still alive and very real in the life of the believer.
Contributor: Melvin Shelton (173 sermons shared)
Scripture: Genesis 35:1-35:29
Tags: Doing God's Will
God has not limited His presence of activities to a building or to a calendar.
Contributor: Al Edmonds (2 sermons shared)
Scripture: Genesis 28:16-28:19
Tags: Worship Benefits
A new year means you again have 365 days to better yourself in a particular area before the next year rolls around. This morning, we will be looking at a passage that relates to these feelings of wanting to start fresh, setting goals, and making a clean
Contributor: Troy Borst (238 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: Genesis 35:1-35:15
We need to start living in the God of the House of God
Contributor: Harold Hansen (49 sermons shared)