Sermon Series
  • 1. Creation's God

    Contributed on Jan 17, 2007
    based on 35 ratings
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    By seeing God as revealed in His creative act, we can marvel in His awesomeness and seek to have a relationship with Him.

    1. In His creative act, God revealed He is the God of all existence 2. In His creative act, God revealed He is the God of all power 3. In His creative act, God revealed He is the God of all order 4. In His creative act, God revealed He is the God of all relationship READ GENESIS ...read more

  • 2. God's Creation

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2007
    based on 38 ratings
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    By looking at creation—what God created and how He created it—we can see that He created in order to point us to a relationship with Him.

    1. The order of God’s creation (and God said… and it was so) 2. The goodness of God’s creation (it was good, 1:31) 3. The crown of God’s creation (1:26-28) 4. The purpose of God’s creation (1:29-30) How many of you like mysteries? You know, the ones where you have to examine the clues ...read more

  • 3. It Is Finished

    Contributed on Feb 5, 2007
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    We can recognize the finished work of God in creation and His Sabbath rest as a foreshadow of Christ’s finished work on the cross and the rest we have in Him.

    1. A work was finished. a. In creation (2:1-2a) b. In Christ (John 19:30) 2. A rest was entered. a. In creation (2:2b) b. In Christ (Hebrews 4:1-10) 3. A blessing was pronounced. a. In creation (2:3) b. In Christ (Revelation 21:6-7) GENESIS 2:1-3 This morning one ...read more

  • 4. It's A Soul Thing

    Contributed on Feb 10, 2007
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    Man was not created to be either strictly material or spiritual. He is only complete when the material and spiritual are united in a living soul.

    1. Man was made with a material body 2. Man was made with an imparted spirit 3. Man was made to be a living soul Have you ever seen any of the old Puritan sermons? They were amazing. They would preach for over an hour. And many of their sermons would have dozens of points. The sermon this ...read more

  • 5. A Man's World

    Contributed on Feb 17, 2007
    based on 34 ratings
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    By providing for Adam in the Garden, God showed that He is concerned about our needs and He will still meet them today.

    1. God provides a place (2:8, 10-14) 2. God provides a promise (2:9, 16-17) 3. God provides a purpose (2:15, 19-20) 4. God provides a partner (2:18, 21-25) We’re looking at a fairly long passage tonight, and you’ll notice that the last part covers God’s creation of Eve. There are about a ...read more

  • 6. Temptation

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 30 ratings
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    The basics of temptation have never changed. By looking at Satan’s original temptation of Eve in the Garden, we can recognize temptation when it comes and be better equipped to resist it.

    1. What is the source of temptation? a. Satan not God b. Our willingness to give an audience (foothold) 2. What is the appearance of temptation? a. Close to the truth b. Good, pleasant, desirable 3. What is the result of temptation? a. Succumbing i. Putting our desires ahead of God’s ...read more

  • 7. The Darkest Day

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 36 ratings
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    By looking at the results of Adam and Eve’s sin, we can see a pattern for what sin does in our own lives.

    1. There is always a cover-up (7) 2. There is always conviction (8-11) 3. There is always culpability (12-13) 4. There is always a curse (14-19) 5. There is always a cure (15) GENESIS 3:7-19 A week ago Saturday, when I got home from prayer meeting here at the church, I went home and ...read more

  • 8. Man's Fall, God's Grace

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 31 ratings
     | 3,187 views

    When mankind was at its lowest point, God followed the curse with a gracious act of atonement and a gracious act of protection.

    1. The first lesson learned from the fall is the inherited necessity of the Gospel. (3:20) 2. The second lesson learned from the fall is the saving substitution of the Gospel (3:21) 3. The third lesson learned from the fall is the present protection of the Gospel (3:22-24) What a journey! ...read more