Books & Chapters
Sermons on Genesis 17 More sermons: Genesis 17
The Patriarchs The Mission of God in the Abrahamic Covenan
Shared by: David Taylor on Aug, 2016
Summary: The Patriarchs The Mission of God in the Abrahamic Covenant Genesis 17-18:15 David Taylor May 1, 2016
EL SHADDAI: THE GOD WHO IS MORE THAN ENOUGH
Shared by: John Gaston on Aug, 2014
Summary: God's not only Elohim (Creator) and Jehovah (God of Covenant Promises), He's also El Shaddai, the God whose power will violate nature/ His creation to fulfill those promises. That's how God revealed Himself to Abram.
BE THOU PERFECT!!
Shared by: Kayode Omotoso on Jul, 2014
Summary: Most of us as Christians are so comfortable counting on our long year of salvation and probably service in the house of God yet the Almighty God whom we claim to be serving is so disappointed in our relationship with Him. Grow your relationship with Him.
GOD'S PLAN FOR YOUR INCREASE
Shared by: Bishop Emma Omon on Mar, 2014
Summary: God has a plan for your increase and He wants you to live your life to the full. Drawing vital lessons from Abraham's life and journey of faith, this teaching will guide you in understanding God's principles for Supernatural Increase.
Series: SUPERNATURAL INCREASE
Of All The Options For A Sign, Why Did God Choose Circumcision?
Shared by: Jim Butcher on Apr, 2013
Summary: God could have had Abraham put a tattoo on his arm or any one of a thousand other signs, but instead He chose the sign of circumcision? Why in the world? And, beyond that, what relevance does that have for Christians today?
Will You Wait on God?
Shared by: Paul Barreca on Apr, 2012
Summary: Faith is tested when we must wait and continue to trust God even when the answer seems far away, or when our problems seem too great. Abraham's lack of an heir, and God's promise to work a miracle for Abraham provide a powerful example for us of waiting
Series: Genesis Foundation for our Faith
When You Wonder What to Do
Shared by: Rick Crandall on Jan, 2012
Summary: What should I do? 1. When God is silent, we have to learn to wait on the Lord (vs. 1). 2. When God speaks: Bow (vs. 1-3), Believe (vs. 2-8), Become (vs. 5-6 & 15-16). 3. When God asks for a sign, show your dedication to the Lord (vs. 9-14).
Isaac: Son of Promise, and a Father of God’s Destiny
Shared by: Sterling Franklin on Jun, 2011
Summary: Though Abraham is declared to be the "father of many nations" by the LORD, his son Isaac is worth investigating this Father’s Day -- he was a man of faith: born a son of promise, and serving as an exquisite illustration of God’s destiny.