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  • We Don't Look Like Much

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Jun 1, 2010
    based on 14 ratings
     | 12,206 views

    In our text this morning we can identify and understand the significance of Being in God’s Will. Those on the outside looking in can’t possibly understand what it is that God is doing. When we consider the movement of God in this place through the lense

    Dr. Wayne A. Lawson Preached at Perfected Praise Worship Center Oklahoma City, OK Sunday, May 30, 2010 TITLE: WE DON’T LOOK LIKE MUCH SCRIPTURE: GENESIS 30:34-43 What an exciting time to be a part of this Ministry and experience what God is doing for us. I pray that we enjoy ...read more

  • God Provides For His Own Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Jan 23, 2018
     | 6,527 views

    Genesis part 51. God's provision

    God Provides for His Own (Genesis Pt. 51) Text: Genesis 30:25-43 By: Ken McKinley (Read Text) So Jacob’s now served his uncle Laban for 14 years, and he’s ready to get out of there and go back home. And when we look at this passage, we can see that the relationship between Jacob and Laban ...read more

  • Your Work Matters To God Series

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Jan 27, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,223 views

    God provides for us and demonstrates his love by blessing our labor.

    (Title borrowed from the title of an excellent book by Doug Sherman and William Hendricks) Do you love going to work? According to a Forbes Magazine article, “Finding Your Dream Job” Joel Garfinkle, founder of Dream Job Coaching in Oakland, Calif says that “87% of workers are unhappy with ...read more

  • How To Avoid Destructive Conflict Series

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Jan 27, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,562 views

    The story of Rachel and Leah's fight over mandrakes can teach us an important lesson about avoiding conflict!

    My wife asked me “What is your sermon on?” I told her “Rachel and Leah and their argument over Mandrakes” Her response was “Well, How does that apply to my life?” That's a good question, but I can assure you that the story of Rachel and Leah's fight over ...read more

  • Is Your Quiver Full?

    Contributed by B H Grace on Jun 3, 2001
    based on 49 ratings
     | 6,484 views

    How valuable are children to you?

    Is Your Quiver Full? I must admit this is one of the hardest messages that I have ever brought because I have struggled with this over the years. In fact, as a grandfather of five, I have had second thoughts about what I taught for years about birth control. I even offered to pay for my ...read more

  • God's Perfect Family Man

    Contributed by Bruce Landry on Jan 5, 2002
    based on 18 ratings
     | 7,795 views

    Sermon on Genesis 30, showing what God truly wishes for marriages to be and for a perfect father to be.

    God’s Perfect Family Man DBF 1/6/02 Genesis 30 A. Jacob’s Poor Example B. Jacob’s Twelve Sons C. God’s Perfect Provision What is a perfect family man? Is it a father who is present with his children as they grow? Is it a husband who loves his wife and family above all else? Is it a ...read more

  • The 12 Stone Memorial Part 4: Dan & Naphtali Series

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on Apr 16, 2009
    based on 14 ratings
     | 5,843 views

    In part 4 of this series, we look at the two sons born to Bilhah, Rachel’s handmaid. Dan declares vindication and Naphtali declares victory.

    n Leah had given birth to 4 sons and then stopped for a time. n Rachel continues to feel more and more pressure as she continues to be barren. In the culture of that day, a woman was looked at with disdain and disgust when she was barren. n Rachel’s declaration was “Give me children or I ...read more

  • The 12 Stone Memorial Part 6: Issachar & Zebulun Series

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on May 23, 2009
    based on 5 ratings
     | 6,246 views

    In part 6 of this series, we revisit Leah and the birth of her final two sons, Issachar and Zebulun.

    -- We once again return to Leah giving birth to two more sons (her 5th and 6th). -- Now that the family has been through a time of trying to make things happen on their own through their maidservants, they get back to producing the final four sons through Leah and Rachel. -- These 2 final sons ...read more

  • The 12 Stone Memorial Part 5: Gad & Asher Series

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on Apr 29, 2009
    based on 8 ratings
     | 5,151 views

    In part 5 of this series, we look at the sons born to Zilpah, Gad and Asher. We consider the need for the army of God to arise and the power of being blessed of God.

    n Sons number 7 and 8 were born to Zilpah, Leah’s handmaid. n In response to Rachel giving her handmaid to Jacob and bearing sons through her, Leah now does the same thing with her handmaid. n The last son Leah had borne prior to this was Judah, which we founds means “praise”. Here, we see ...read more

  • Genesis 40 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 6, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,802 views

    verse-by-verse

    Last week we saw how Jacob got tricked by his uncle to marry both of his daughters even though he only wanted to marry one. And right away there were problems in the marriage because Leah wasn’t loved by her husband Jacob while Rachel was. This is what moved Leah to have kids by Jacob hoping that ...read more

  • Favorite Son, Hated Brother Series

    Contributed by Duane Brown on Feb 11, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 4,281 views

    introductory sermon to a series on the life of Joseph. Most of the sermon content was inspired from Chuck Swindolls "Joseph" book.

    Jokingly they said; “I don’t get mad pastor, I just get even.” Sadly enough that little phrase that we used to laugh at has become more of a reality than we want to accept. How else can we explain so many lawsuits, road rage or the explosive reaction by those who feel they have been ...read more

  • Another Promise Kept Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Sep 1, 2006
    based on 16 ratings
     | 8,075 views

    God has promised to prosper His people, but we must appropriate it by keeping His word

    Another Promise Kept Text: Gen. 30:25-43 Introduction 1. Read Gen. 30:25-43 2. Jack was out jogging one day and as he passed a cliff, he got too close and fell. Grabbing hold of a branch he was stranded. No way up and certainly no way down. He began to scream, “Hello up there can anyone ...read more

  • Helping God Out Series

    Contributed by Thomas Black on Apr 28, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 4,725 views

    Do you ever try to “help God out”? Or are you content even in an uncomfortable situation to trust Him?

    The flow of the story is rather simple: Jacob wants to go home, but instead remains on with uncle Laban and gets rich in the mean time. The passage carries with it allot of presuppositions; starting with the obvious strain between Jacob and Laban and continuing in Jacob’s alternating faithfulness ...read more

  • Spots And Stripes Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 20, 2021
     | 2,627 views

    If you want true success in life, don’t depend on your shrewd deals or your spent schemes. Instead, depend on the Lord.

    Ted Engstrom and Edward Dayton, in a Christian Leadership Letter some time ago, talked about a young man who was appointed president of a bank. Intimidated by his new responsibilities, he nervously sought the advice of his gray-haired predecessor: “Sir, what has been the secret of your success?” ...read more

  • Baby Battle Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 13, 2021
     | 2,503 views

    If you want to find peace, don’t look down on some with disdain; don’t look up on others with jealousy; don’t look within at your own schemes. Instead, look to the Lord.

    A Sunday school teacher was discussing the Ten Commandments with her class of five and six-year-olds. After explaining the commandment to honor thy father and thy mother, she asked, “Is there a commandment that teaches us how to treat our brothers and sisters?” Without missing a beat, one little ...read more