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  • Okay, Let’s See, Next

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Feb 19, 2018

    A study in the book of Genesis 36: 1 – 43

    Genesis 36: 1 – 43 Okay, Let’s See, Next 36 Now this is the genealogy of Esau, who is Edom. 2 Esau took his wives from the daughters of Canaan: Adah the daughter of Elon the Hittite; Aholibamah the daughter of Anah, the daughter of Zibeon the Hivite; 3 and Basemath, Ishmael’s daughter, sister more

  • A Jewish Homecoming Series

    Contributed by Larry Wilson on Jul 12, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon 3 in series. 2 Tim. 3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable. ALL scripture includes the genealogies and lists. At first, one may be tempted to overlook these passages and move on. You will be shocked at the tremendous

    The Book of Ezra Study #5 (Ezra 2:1-70) A Jewish Homecoming! INTRODUCTION: • 2 Tim. 3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: • ALL scripture includes the genealogies and more

  • Just A List Of Names?

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 24, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Just a list of names? (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    Outline: THREE TRUTHS ABOUT JESUS: it shows his humanity it shows his authority it shows his divinity TWO TRUTHS ABOUT OURSELVES: all people are important all people will die Sermon Text: Ill: • “Who Do You Think You Are?” is a BBC television documentary series, • In more

  • Shaking The Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Oct 4, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    This message looks at the genealogy of Christ as given by Matthew, why it was given and what we can learn from it

    Shaking the Family Tree We made the pilgrimage this summer. Not to Mecca or Jerusalem but to Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy, our ancestral home, so to speak. There have been Guptills and Greenes, Bancrofts and Cheneys, Wilsons and Bradburys on Grand Manan ever since the island was settled more

  • Jesus-The Son Of David Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jul 19, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    If you look at it one way, Jesus came from a very dysfunctional family and a dysfunctional family line. If God has set about to save the world, shouldn’t He have made things a little better along the way? Actually, it’s really a cool part of God’s salvati

    Matthew’s gospel was one of the first written in the decades after the resurrection (50 A.D.). At the time the many forms of Judaism were on the wane. After the fall of Jerusalem, in fact, only two remained: one was Rabbinic Judaism (which came from the Pharisees) and Jewish Christianity. It was more

  • A Messiah Of Heritage Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Dec 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The coming of Jesus was the fulfillment of the promises of God.

    A Messiah of Heritage Text: Matt. 1:1-17 Introduction 1. Illustration: A Jewish father was concerned about his son. He had not truly raised him to be grounded in the faith of Judaism… So, hoping to remedy this he sent his son to Israel so the boy could experience his heritage. A year later more

  • Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Jeff Poor on Mar 9, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    God takes us in our brokenness to show the world how good and powerful He really is.

    Title: Family Tree Text: Matthew 1 Bottom Line: God takes us in our brokenness to show the world how good and powerful He really is. Intro Good morning Real Life, Not sure about you but I’m ready for Spring! I walked out the door this morning and was greeted by some brisk air and I thought more

  • Genealogy Of Jesus Christ Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 7, 2017

    I have read the Bible several times, but to be honest I must admit that I sometimes skip the genealogies. But it occurs to me that since the Spirit of God used so much ink to give them to us that there must be something in there that we need to know.

    Genealogy of Jesus Christ Scriptures (Ruth 4:18-22; 1 Chr. 1:1-14) Matthew 1:1-17, Luke 3:23-38 (Focal Passage), Luke 3:23-38 (Focal Passage) 23 Now Jesus Himself began His ministry at about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, the son of Heli, 24 the son of more

  • The Geneology Of Jesus Christ

    Contributed by Johnny Palmer on Mar 29, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Often we moan when we come to the geneologies, but they are more exciting then we might think.

    Intro: 1. Back in 1988, a man selling costume Jewelry approached Tanya Tokevich, and she ended up buying a ring for $ 20 dollars. She said, "It didn't look like much, it was dull, but I just thought it was nice." Later she decided to get it appraised it turned out to be an antique ring with a more

  • A Genealogy Of Grace

    Contributed by John Hamby on Nov 2, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus displays the scope of God’s grace. Matthew’s genealogy is unusual in that it contains the names of four women. Four unlikely women at that; three are gentiles, three are involved in some kind of sexual immorality, one is a pro

    A Genealogy of Grace Matthew 1:1-3, 5-6, 16-17 By now you have no doubt turned in your Bibles to Matthew chapter one and if you did not already know you have noticed the complete chapter more

  • The Genealogy Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Mar 3, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    A study of the genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3:23-38 will enable us to understand the significance of his genealogy.

    Scripture We are studying the life of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke in a sermon series I am calling, “To Seek and To Save the Lost.” The first two chapters of Luke’s Gospel dealt with the prophecies and births of John the Baptist and Jesus the Christ, and then what happened to more

  • The Begatitudes

    Contributed by David Ward on Dec 14, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    A Christmas message from Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus. Big Idea: God’s plan always comes together.

    “The Begatitudes” Matthew 1:1-17 Introduction: Many of us need to hear a message of hope this morning. Some in our church community are pretty discouraged right now. There’s a grayness that’s overshadowing our lives, and the season we’re in often makes it worse, not better. ß Some are more

  • God's Providence

    Contributed by Stephen Smarowsky on Feb 10, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Take a look into the Genealogy of Jesus Christ to see God’s grace for sinners, love for Jews and gentiles, and God’s providence.

    Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) - German scholars started to question the many similarities throughout the gospels and so assumed that there were different sources to which the gospel writers copied. They believe that either the writers copied from each other or copied from the same more

  • Christmas: To Grandmother’s House We Go? Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    The genealogy of Jesus Christ demonstrates how gracious God is and His love for sinners, because God included some unlikely grandmothers in the mix.

    To Grandmother’s House We Go? (Matthew 1:1-16) 1. What scandals does your family have in their closets? A few years ago, I wrote up the Vasicek family history for our family members only. On the front page, I wrote, "Not suggested for those under 18." Most of you, if you traced back a few more

  • The Genealogy Of God Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Sep 4, 2012
    based on 6 ratings

    The genealogy of Jesus Christ had interesting sets of names included. They may not be some that we would have personally preferred in our genealogy, yet God had them there through whom His Son would come. Through it we see the character of God -the faithf

    My wife was telling me during the sermons, she was distracted because one of the hairs was just sticking straight up. And I said, “Which one?” She said, “I think it was Joe!” I have started to name them because they are so precious. So I put Joe back in place, and it looked more