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  • Genesis 5:1-32 Series

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Sep 23, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,178 views

    The genealogy of Adam and Seth

  • The Book Of The Generations Of Adam. Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 12, 2018
     | 3,509 views

    In one sense, chapter 5 is one of the most discouraging and despondent chapters in the Bible. The reason is that it is like walking through a cemetery.

    October 15, 2013 Commentary on the Book of Genesis By: Tom Lowe Lesson I.C.5: The Book of the Generations of Adam. (Genesis 5.1-32) Introduction In the first section of the book of Genesis (chapters 1-11), we have world events—first the creation, then the fall, and now the flood in chapters ...read more

  • Alpha And Omega, Part 8 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jan 13, 2014
     | 2,589 views

    This message serves as a transition from Creation into our study of the Book of Revelation. Following the Creation account it is important to understand Who is revealed in scripture even from the very beginning of recorded human lineage!

    Alpha and Omega Series, Part 8 Genesis 5:1-32 Concluding our series titled, “Alpha and Omega”; literally the beginning & the end -- Examining two critical questions: How did we get here? How does it end? Ω Introduction We’ve covered Creation and literal ...read more

  • Aging—the World’s Oldest Man Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jan 13, 2019
     | 3,285 views

    Methuselah has become the biblical symbol of longevity. His life was long but thin as a string. The two Q's of life are important, quantity and quality. A certain quantity of years is important in order for a person to develop quality.

    6 April 2016 Title: Aging—the World’s Oldest Man (Genesis 5:1-32) Who would you identify as the first senior adult? The Scripture text will give you a clue. You may have had the question when playing Trivial Pursuit, "Who is the oldest person in the Bible?" Now you know where I am ...read more

  • The Godly Line Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Oct 18, 2010
     | 3,637 views

    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 ...read more

  • The World’s Oldest Man

    Contributed by John Lowe on Apr 13, 2016
     | 4,896 views

    Methuselah has become the biblical symbol of longevity. His life was long but thin as a string. The two Q's of life are important, quantity and quality. A certain quantity of years is important in order for a person to develop quality.

    6 April 2016 Title: Aging—the World’s Oldest Man (Genesis 5:1-32) Who would you identify as the first senior adult? The Scripture text will give you a clue. You may have had the question when playing Trivial Pursuit, "Who is the oldest person in the Bible?" Now you know where I ...read more

  • Transmitting A Legacy Of Righteousness-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Nov 7, 2011
     | 1,728 views

    2 of 2. Genesis records the path of transmission of a legacy of righteousness. We must transmit a legacy of righteousness to our progeny. But How are we to transmit such a legacy? A device for transmitting a legacy of righteousness is my...

    TRANSMITTING A LEGACY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS—II —Genesis 4:26—5:1-32 Genesis records the path of transmission of a legacy of righteousness. We must transmit a legacy of righteousness to our progeny. How are we to transmit a legacy of righteousness to our progeny? 4 ...read more

  • # 8~five Pt.3—six Pt.1 Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Nov 28, 2011
     | 2,917 views

    Today we’ll continue talking about the number five and as I told you before, five has a two fold meaning, we have already pointed out that it clearly stands for “grace” and it also stands for “DEATH”, as we’ll see.

    # 8~FIVE pt.3—SIX pt.1 ~MEANING OF BIBLE NUMBERS~ 11-26-11 Today we’ll continue talking about the number five and as I told you before, five has a two fold meaning, we have already pointed out that it clearly stands for “grace” and it also stands for ...read more

  • He Walks With Me!

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Jan 23, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,448 views

    The conversion of s sinner take a moment, but the growth of a saint takes a lifetime.

    Hebrews 11:5-6-By faith Enoch was taken away so that he did not see death, “and was not found, because God had taken him”; for before he was taken he had this testimony, that he pleased God. But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He ...read more

  • Walking With God Like Enoch

    Contributed by David Mcnally on May 28, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,818 views

    Enoch was different from all those around him. He walked with God; no compromising; no looking back; and as a result 'God took him'.

    Genesis 5:1-24 The example of Enoch, who walked with God (based on chapter 1 of ‘Heading for Heaven’ a series of sermons by J.C. Ryle, one of the outstanding evangelical preachers and writers of the 19th century.) According to Genesis chapter 5 God created man, male and female; ...read more

  • A Family Tree Series

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Apr 10, 2003
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,951 views

    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 ...read more

  • For God Took Him

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Nov 18, 2006
    based on 38 ratings
     | 9,444 views

    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 ...read more

  • Life In The Numbers Series

    Contributed by Bledar Valca on Mar 27, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,019 views

    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 ...read more

  • Gospel Messages From Genesis 5

    Contributed by Robbie Parsons on Feb 15, 2003
    based on 73 ratings
     | 3,559 views

    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 ...read more

  • Are You Ready To Go Home? Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 26, 2005
    based on 18 ratings
     | 4,500 views

    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 ...read more