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The "begats" are thought to be the most boring parts of the Bible. But are they? What can we learn from what God tells us in these "tedious" lists?
Scripture: Genesis 5:1-5:32
Shared: 4/18/2010
What had Abraham done that made him worthy of one of the greatest promises in Scripture?
Scripture: Genesis 12:1-12:4
Shared: 5/4/2014
The same angel gives the same basic message to Zechariah and Mary. Zechariah reacts with skepticism while Mary responds with calm acceptance. Why the difference?
Scripture: Luke 1:26-1:38
Shared: 12/11/2001
This is a first person rendition of how Joseph (the step-father of our Lord) may have viewed the events of Christís birth and life.
Scripture: Matthew 1:18-1:25
Shared: 12/20/2008
Though it might sound boring to preach on the genealogy of Jesus, this sermon received more favorable comments than any Iíve preached, it shows the lengths that God went through to save us through the genealogy of Jesus (and goes well with my prior sermon
Series: Matthew
Scripture: Matthew 1:1-1:17
Shared: 3/2/2005
By examining the four women in Jesusí genealogy we see Godís love and grace by sending a savior for all people.
Series: Matthew
Scripture: Matthew 1:1-1:17
Shared: 3/11/2005
Through the story of Perez, we learn how God loves to bring beauty out of our stupidity.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Genesis 38:1-38:30
Tags: Grace
Shared: 12/6/2006
The skeletons in Jesusí family tree demonstrate how Jesus would be the savior and redeemer of the world.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Matthew 1:1-1:17
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 1/17/2008
Joash lived so that Jesus, another child of promise, could die and make our futures bright.
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 12/27/2006
The inclusion of Tamar in the genealogy of Jesus demonstrates that, even when we find ourselves in a sinful situation because of our desperation, God is still willing to include us into His family line.
Scripture: Genesis 38:1-38:30
Shared: 11/18/2010