Sermons on Genesis
How will you respond to God’s faithfulness? This week as we wrap up our study in Genesis, we see the faithfulness of our Lord displayed in many different ways.
This week pastor Paul teaches on the final chapters in Genesis. We’re not always sure what God’s plan is but we can know and trust his promises.
Charlie takes us through the end of the story of Joseph in Egypt.
At times we are tempted to wish we were in someone else’s position in life. However, the Lord has placed each of us in a set of unique situations that culminate in accomplishing his will for our lives. This week we look at Genesis, chapters 40 and 41 to see how the trials that Joseph endured helped grow him in his ability to accomplish God’s will.
Joseph was prospered by God because he realized that in any and every circumstance he was doing the work that his extremely generous master had given him to do. Sometimes God puts us in difficult situations and expects us to faithfully follow His lead. This week we see in Genesis, chapter 39 how Jospeh responds to the difficult situation God has allowed him to go through.
Often we choose to do our own thing rather than follow what God desires for us. This week we look at Genesis chapters 37 and 38 to see that God can work through even the worst of situations and use them for the good of the Kingdom.
What is your biggest fear in life? When you are gripped in life by those fears that own you, what will you do? Will you put your trust in the Lord? This week we take a look at the story of Jacob returning to his home and how he wrestled with God to face his biggest fear.
Just like in Jacob’s life, our decisions often create a mess in our lives. In Genesis we see that even in the midst of the mess we can fully rely on the faithfulness of God.
This week we dig into Genesis chapters 28-29.