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  • The Men Of God Before The Flood

    Contributed by Joseph Wallis on Jan 21, 2002
    based on 56 ratings

    A message on the men of god found mentioned in Genesis 5.

    THE MEN OF GOD BEFORE THE FLOOD TEXT - Gen. 5: 1 - 8, 19 - 32 INTRO. - God has had his men in every age. God will not leave this world without a witness to himself. Here in Gen. 5 we see the history of those who loved God from Adam to the flood. The flood came when the godly line of Seth found more

  • Gospel Messages From Genesis 5

    Contributed by Robbie Parsons on Feb 14, 2003
    based on 73 ratings

    Do you think that all those geneologies in Genesis 5 are boring and there for no apparent reason? Learn the meaning of the names, and you will never look at this chapter the same!

    It is important to understand that in the Jewish Culture, names that were chosen were very significant. For example, Jesus means "savior", Moses means "to draw forth", and Isaac means "laughter", because Sara laughed when she was told that she would bear a child. If we examine the meanings of the more

  • A Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Apr 9, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    In this message we discover truths from the family tree of Seth.

    Genesis 5:1-32 December 1, 2002 A friend of mine loves genealogy. He has researched his family back through untold generations. For years he loved to tell us about his Scottish heritage. He had a tie with his clan’s tartan, he had memorized his clan’s motto and he knew all about the clan’s more

  • A Stroll Through The First Cemetery

    Contributed by Billy Kryger on Sep 1, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    A sermon from Genesis 5 on the Surety of Death, The Shortness of Physical Life and The Security of Eternal Life. Many thanks to Dr. Roger Campbell for permission to preach and share this outline with my own additions and illustrations.

    INTRODUCTION: Ø Cemeteries intrigue me. o I lived by a cemetery when I was a boy. o My wife grew up next to a cemetery. o Not long ago we drove through the cemetery here. Ø The epitaphs tell the history of a community. o They often illustrate the depth of Christian faith. o They sometimes reveal more

  • Are You Ready To Go Home? Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 25, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Genesis 5 is filled with death, but there is one bright light in a man who walked with God and got called home. As we look at our lives, would we be ready if God said that to us?

    Some of these genealogies are not in chronological order - that’s okay - the point is tracing a line from Adam to Noah. Something to note - they died, they died, they died - except 1. Consequences of the fall. Vs 1 - 2 God gave them the name "Adam" - which means mankind. They were both male and more

  • Walking With God Series

    Contributed by Roger Thomas on Jul 20, 2005
    based on 38 ratings

    Lessons from Genesis 5 explain what it means to walk with God in a ever darkening world.

    Walking With God Genesis 5 Dr. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO Introduction: On December 26, 2004, the world watched in horror as the story of the tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia unfolded. An earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean triggered a huge tidal more

  • Noah Found Grace In The Eyes Of The Lord

    Contributed by Ronald Thompson on May 16, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    This sermon is on how Noah found grace with the Lord.

    Genesis 6:8 INTRODUCTION 1. In Gen 6:5-7, we read of God’s displeasure with the world and its wickedness 2. But as God pronounces judgment upon the world, and prepares to destroy it with a flood, we find encouraging words concerning one man: "But Noah more

  • For God Took Him

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Nov 17, 2006
    based on 38 ratings

    This sermon is dedicated in memory of Mrs. Annie Pierre. It reminds every believer that at the end of his earthly pilgrimage, God will take him home.

    In our text today, we are introduced to a man who’s unique-ness was unrivaled. He was not Moses, the lawgiver. He was not Elijah, the King of the prophets. He was not David, the most notorious of the Kings. He was not Abraham, the Father of the Jewish nation. He was not Nimrod, the father of more

  • Life In The Numbers Series

    Contributed by Bledar Valca on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Preaching the good news

    LIFE IN THE NUMBERS! Genesis 5:1-32 A lot of people like to read. I am one of them. Many people like to read before they go to sleep. The reading helps them tire their mind, and than they go to sleep. Many Christians like to skip the genealogy parts in the Scriptures, because they make them more

  • Genesis 5 Series

    Contributed by Richard Cathers on Mar 16, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Verse by verse study of Genesis 5

    Genesis 5 Sunday Morning Bible Study December 3, 2006 The “Young” Earth If you take the ages listed in Genesis 5 literally, it’s not to come to the conclusion that the Bible might be saying that the earth is quite young. While science tells us that the earth is over 4 billion years old, the account more

  • Birth Certificates And Grave Stones Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 17, 2010
    based on 64 ratings

    The "begats" are thought to be the most boring parts of the Bible. But are they? What can we learn from what God tells us in these "tedious" lists?

    OPEN: The story’s told of an old Scottish minister who was reading from the opening chapter of Matthew. He started reading, "Abraham begat Isaac, and Isaac begat Jacob, and Jacob begat Judah…" Then it suddenly occurred to him how long this list was and, not certain he wanted to read all of that, he more

  • The Godly Line Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Oct 17, 2010

    The 12th sermon in a series on the Book of Genesis. Again we contrast the line of Cain with the line of Seth, and show God's providence and provision for those who are His

    Genesis (12) (The Godly Line) Text: Genesis 5:1-32 By: Ken McKinley Go ahead and open your Bibles to the Book of Genesis, as we’re going to be continuing on with our study of this great book of the Bible. Genesis chapter five; and as you’re turning there I’ll go ahead and recap more

  • It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas - The Line Of Adam Series

    Contributed by Sean Harder on Jun 24, 2009

    I remember the first time I heard a sermon on this chapter, and I was wondering, how are we going to stay awake through this one?

    “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas - The Line of Adam” (Genesis 5:1-32) I remember the first time I heard a sermon on this chapter, and I was wondering, how are we going to stay awake through this one? I had glossed over it a few times and really didn’t think it served any purpose except more

  • An Epitaph Worth Having Series

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Mar 22, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Next in series on Genesis. An examination of the life of Enoch. Expanded outline

    AN EPITAPH WORTH HAVING - Genesis 5:1-5, 21-24 > Hebrews 11:5 By faith, Enoch was taken away so that he did not experience death, and he was not to be found because God took him away. For prior to his transformation he was approved, having pleased God. A number of years ago I went to a more

  • Genesis 11 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Apr 17, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Genesis verse-by-verse

    Genesis 11 Hope is an amazing thing. Hope is more than an emotion. It’s more than fantasy. It’s more than just believing really hard. “Hope is patiently waiting expectantly for the intangible to become reality.” Avery D. Miller said that. Hope is patiently waiting expectantly for the intangible more