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  • The Children Of Leah.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Nov 8, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    Who are the children of Leah? Who is Leah? She was one of the matriarchs of Israel. -Leah was married to Jacob. However, Jacob loved Rachel..

    The Children Of Leah. Revelation 5:1-5TPT Who are the children of Leah? Who is Leah? She was one of the matriarchs of Israel. -Leah was married to Jacob. However, Jacob loved Rachel. In the meanwhile, Laban, Jacobs future Father-In-Law changes Jacobs wages 10 times. Always to Jacobs more

  • The Story Of Leah

    Contributed by Troy Richards on Oct 26, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    A look at the story of Leah and how she was used by God, also looking at how God uses us even when we don't know it.

    -welcome everyone to NewSong on Memorial Day Weekend, or Race Day. Thanks for being here. -I know it’s kind of an off day, so I thought we’d relax a little today and do something we’ve done the past few weeks at Drink Deep with the Sr. High’s. I thought we’d have more

  • Leah And Rachel Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Jan 25, 2024

    It’s very passionating to know the life history of great women in Israel. Leah and Rachel are sisters with different structure and different spiritual qualities. To know their real struggle please browse this sermon.

    Theme: Leah and Rachel Text: Genesis 29:16-29   Greetings: The Lord is good and His love endures forever! Introduction: We are meditating the Biblical leaders with a call to remember, to consider, and to imitate them. Today we are looking into two important characters of the early history of more

  • Leah: The Unloved One

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 11, 2005
    based on 64 ratings

    An examination of Leah

    When you talk about marriage, you go back to the very beginning where it all started in the book of Genesis. In Genesis chapter two we read. “The Lord said, it is not good for the the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.” (V. 18) Once that is done we are told in verse 24 more

  • Learning From Leah

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Jan 31, 2006
    based on 32 ratings

    Out of Leah’s offspring came the Ancient of Days! Sometimes it’s the present hardships in life that drive us to Jesus!

    Learning from Your Hurts Text: Genesis 29:16-19, 26-35 Leah wasn’t much to look at, but God’s hand was upon her and that’s all that matters! She was different, and she knew it. As we read we see that Jacob loved and adore Rachel. Imagine for a moment, being in a house where you are always more

  • Lessons From Leah

    Contributed by Nathan Robertson, Jr. on Nov 18, 2002
    based on 159 ratings

    By examining the experiences of Leah, the modern church need to learn three basic lessons in order to better minister to people needs.

    Lessons from Leah Genesis 29:31-35 The best teacher is Experience. When nothing else can teach us some of life’s most important questions, Experience can. We should learn from our own experiences, Experience is the best teacher. The lessons we learn from experience we seldom forget. If a more

  • Jacob Marries Leah And Rachel Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 22, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    Jacob marrying Leah and Rachel in Genesis 29:1-30 teaches us that God uses even human deception to fulfill his promise that Jacob's descendants shall be as numerous as the dust of the earth.

    Scripture We are currently in a series of sermons on "Isaac's Descendants." After twenty years of barrenness, God gave Isaac and Rebekah twin sons, whom they named Esau and Jacob. As a young man, Esau despised his birthright and sold it to his twin brother, Jacob. Much later, Jacob deceived his more

  • Desperate Housewives (Jacob Marries Rachel And Leah) Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Aug 9, 2006
    based on 34 ratings

    God uses the painful consequence of sin to discipline us and bring us closer to him.

    Of all the TV shows we have based our “Jake TV” sermon themes on so far, Desperate Housewives is one show I wouldn’t recommend. Here is a typical plotline: “Susan is dismayed to see her ex-husband, Karl, emerge from Edie’s house one morning. She runs over to confront him and he admits he spent the more

  • Jacob-When He Knew It Was Time To Leave Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Mar 12, 2022

    Jacob had lived with and served uncle Laban for twenty years. He soon found out that it was time for him to leave and go back to his home country.

    Introduction: Jacob had now lived with and worked for his uncle Laban for 14 years. He had received his rewards, Leah and Rachel plus a servant girl for each and was now the father of at least 12 children (details for these children are found in Genesis 29:31-30:24). He was ready to leave but Laban more

  • Jacob-What He Did For Love Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Mar 4, 2022

    Jacob was now staying at his uncle Laban's house. Laban offered him a job, and asked him, "What kind of wages would you want from me?" Jacob's reply eventually changed his life forever!

    Introduction: Jacob had arrived in Haran, the land of his mother and uncle Laban. He had assisted Rachel, Laban’s daughter, by watering her flock of sheep. Laban then ran out to meet Jacob, and they all returned to Laban’s house. For Jacob, things were about to get interesting. 1 The wages more

  • Jacob-The Original 90-Month Fiancé! Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Feb 15, 2023

    Jacob left his home in Beersheba, heading to his uncle Laban's land, 450 miles away, in order to find a wife. Allowing five months for the journey, and a month before starting his seven-year contract, he was the original 90-month fiance'!

    (Full disclosure: Sermon Central has accepted two messages of mine in a series about Jacob dealing with his situation here, namely, how he got his two wives. They’re “Jacob-What He Did For Love” and “Jacob-Finding True Love--And More” but this message is not simply an edit of these two more

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

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on May 23, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    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 are more

  • The 12 Stone Memorial Part 2: Reuben And Simeon Series

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on Mar 26, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    In part 2 of this series, we look at Jacob’s first 2 sons, Reuben and Simeon and what they symbolize in and for the church.

    We continue to look at the 12 stone memorial that was set up by the Israelites after crossing the Jordan. Each stone was for each of the 12 tribes of Israel. We are going to look together at the first two sons born to Jacob and the significance of what God was doing in and through these sons. n more

  • The Deceiver Is Deceived Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Jun 6, 2022

    Jacob came out of the womb grasping to the heal of his older twin brother Esau. His name meant grasping. Figuratively his name meant deceiver. Jacob deceived his father Isaac into thinking he was Esau so he would receive the blessing intended for Esau.

    The Deceiver is Deceived Genesis 29-31 Isaac and Rebekah are one of the great love stories of the Bible. They waited 20 years to conceive and then they were expecting twins. These twins jostled in Rebekah’s womb. She wondered what was happening in her womb. The Lord spoke to her: 22 The babies more

  • The 12 Stone Memorial Part 1: The 4 Mothers As Types Of The Church Series

    Contributed by Rodney Burton on Mar 19, 2009
    based on 21 ratings

    In part 1 of this series on the 12 stone memorial set up by the children of Israel after crossing Jordan, we look at the mothers of the 12 sons of Jacob and reflect on the type of the church that each represents. Each of the stones is for each of the tri

    Background: *These stones were taken out of the midst of the Jordan right where the Ark was present. They represent God’s power and authority and ability to deliver His people. They also represent all that God has brought His people through leading up to this point. *These stones represent the more