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  • Delayed On A Parched Road

    Contributed by Douglas Kinney on Jul 26, 2004
    based on 20 ratings

    Like Terah, we too, can find ourselves Delayed on a Parched Road and die there if we are not careful.

    Delayed on a Parched Road Introduction: There is nothing more frustrating than setting out on a trip and having car trouble. After all, the objective of any trip, is to get from point A to point B. But Murphy’s Law seems to come into play. “Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong, at the worst more

  • Escaping A Life Of Comfort Series

    Contributed by Bob Briggs on Oct 7, 2004
    based on 25 ratings

    Fear will rob you of your dream, don’t let it

    Last week we began the process of exploring our God given dreams as we move into the destiny He has planned for us before we were born. In fact, our dream governed how we were formed. As you began this week to explore your dream potential, ultimately, the dream God has given you will meet a more

  • Stuck In The Mud Series

    Contributed by E. Venn on Feb 2, 2006
    based on 21 ratings

    Have you ever been stuck? How can you get out of the mud? That’s when God’s call comes to all. We can learn three important lessons from Terah’s half way hazards as he was stuck in Haran. Lesson 1 - God’s Call Collides with My Complacency Lesson 2 - G

    Stuck in Haran: Halfway Hazards from Terah’s Life Perils in Paradise, Genesis sermon series. Preached at Community Worship Center, in Pullman, WA. By E. Douglas Venn Have you ever been stuck? Got into a situation that was too sticky for you to get out of by yourself? - more

  • Genesis 11 – Part 5 – So, Is God A Chauvinist? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Feb 15, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    In Genesis 11 we have the family tree of Shem, but only 3 women are mentioned by name - very Chauvinistic to our modern way of thinking!

    Genesis 11 - Part 5 - SO, IS GOD A CHAUVINIST? Being an only son not only meant growing up in a house full of women, but also it meant that I was the last of the Cochrane's in my family line. I carried on the name of Cochrane when I had a son. My son's wife is about to have a son. This means that more

  • Sarah: The Princess And The Promise Series

    Contributed by Rik Wadge on Dec 1, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    Part III of a six week series demonstrating how God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.

    A Promise is a Promise +In the movie, “It could happen to you” Nicholas Cage plays the part of a New York Cop who walks into a little café orders a cup of coffee. When he’s ready to leave, he reaches back and realizes he’s misplaced his wallet. The struggling young waitress played by Bridget Fonda more

  • Don't Stop Half-Way Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Mar 10, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 22nd sermon in our series on the Book of Genesis. In this sermon we Abram being called out of Ur.

    Don’t Stop at Half-Way (Genesis part 22) Text: Genesis 11:10-32 By: Ken McKinley (Read Text) Up to this point, we’ve been shown a picture of what God was doing amongst the nations, and His concern for the nations. But now we are coming to the point where the Bible is going to focus on more

  • Genealogy - Noah To Abraham Series

    Contributed by Jenny Franklin on Nov 22, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    The genealogies in the Bible reveal more than who begat who.

    Genesis 11:10-32 The genealogy of Abraham and the genealogy of the Jesus Christ, who is a descendant of Abraham. Noah was the father of Shem. Shem was the father of Arphaxad. Arphaxad was born ---2yrs----after the flood. The flood Verse 10 ---- 2 yrs --- Shem begat Arphaxad (2 yrs after more

  • A Stairway To Heaven Series

    Contributed by Sean Harder on Dec 8, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    The Tower of Babel reflects a desire that we still have today, to be independent of God and focus on human achievement.

    When I was a teenager one of the most popular songs out there was a classic by that wonderful, very non-Christian rock band Led Zepplin, it was called “Stairway to Heaven”. There have been few songs in history that have been listened to under the fog of marajuana more than this one. Fortunately more

  • Incomplete Obedience Lesson 1 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 20, 2017

    Why incomplete obedience?

    A. GOD CALLS PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE “Terah had three sons, Abram, Nabor and Haran who had a son named Lot. Haran died in Ur of the Chaldees, Abram and Nabor got married, but Abram’s wife couldn’t bear children. Terah took Abram, Sarai and Lot to go to Canaan, the place where the Lord called more

  • Lot – Part 1 – A Lot Of Trouble For God – For Abraham – And For Himself – Genesis 11 – 13 Lot Begins His Failure Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Nov 12, 2022

    We embark on a 6 part series on Lot. The Genesis record of Lot is one failure after another and deep involvement with sin. We will look at how all this happened and the sorrowful end of a broken and failed man. Lot walked the road to ruin always.

    LOT – PART 1 – A LOT OF TROUBLE FOR GOD – FOR ABRAHAM – AND FOR HIMSELF – GENESIS 11 – 13 LOT BEGINS HIS FAILURE One the more troubled characters in the Old Testament is Lot and he had a life that began with a good example in Abram and deteriorated from there on. We will look at this man’s life more

  • Genesis Chapter Eleven Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Jan 6, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    These are thoughts on Genesis Chapter Eleven. In his work, "What does every Bible chapter say..." John Hunt gives an overview of each chapter of the Bible. It is my intention to do the same thing here.

    GENESIS CHAPTER ELEVEN OVERVIEW Overall what is happening in this chapter is the story of the Tower of Babel is built and the linage up to Abram. Thomas Coke (1801) – Genesis 11 Men begin to build the city and tower of Babel: God confounds their language: and disperses them over all the earth. more

  • Abram, The Father Of Faith Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Apr 29, 2023

    We are called to live intentionally, to desire to know who loved us most. This means we live fully for Him, and He gives us a model (and a promise) to follow. It’s not to exalt another human – but to live for God because of His promises! Abram shows us how and why this is important.

    Alpha and Omega, Part 16 Abram, the Father of Faith Genesis 11:27-32 and 12:1-3 Introduction - 2023 has been led with “one purpose”: To know there is a God! -- Continuing our series, “Alpha and Omega”; examining the beginning to the end - Last week we examined the Tower of Babel, and that more

  • Obedience And Blessing Series

    Contributed by James Webster on Apr 18, 2015

    A lot of people are living their lives short of being what God wants them to be. They have heard the message they have left their land of “UR” but for some reason they have never got all the way over into Canaan, the blessing of blessing, victory and spiritual plenty.

    MESSAGE SERIES “Look to the Stars”- Message I The Life of Abraham God keeps His promises; we must remain obedient to Him even when the future isn’t clear.” TODAY We are going to talk about the connection with Obedience and Blessing. ABRAHAM COMES ON THE SCENE IN GENESIS more

  • It's Not Too Late For Sarah Series

    Contributed by Vernon L Caruthers on Aug 4, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    This is sermon 4 in the series: IT’S NOT TOO LATE. This message deals with SARAH & how that at 90 years of age she believes GOD for a son.

    Sermon for August 09, 2009: Sermon Series: It’s Not Too Late: Sermon # 04: It’s Not Too Late For SARAH: Scripture Ref: Genesis 11:30 Introduction: This morning I want us to look at ONE of the GREATEST WOMEN found in the BIBLE, her name is SARAH. The BIBLE INTRODUCES us to SARAH with this more

  • Abraham's Flaky Family Series

    Contributed by Johnny A. Palmer Jr. on Dec 10, 2011

    Most of us can identify with a dysfunctional family.

    Intro: 1. George Bernard Shaw observed, "If the other planets are inhabited, then they must be using the earth, for their insane asylum." 2. We have just got started in this book - and what a mess we have seen so far: Forbidden fruit loving Adam and Eve... Killer more