Sermons on Genesis

He Did It All

Everyone faces eternal death and judgment. Nothing less than perfection in thought, word, action, even motive can fix the problem. So who can rescue us? Only God. Jesus claimed to be God and the only Way a person can be made right with God again. He came to earth, fulfilled all of God’s laws by…

We Lost It All

Text: Various passages Summary: Sin is any thought, motive or deed that goes against God. Adam and Eve were morally perfect in the Garden and after they rebelled, moral imperfection was born. Sin has impacted every relationship in creation. It broke our fellowship with God as well as with each other and with all creation.…

God’s People

Text: Genesis 12:1-3, other various passages Summary:The citizens of God’s Kingdom have been living with a promise.  The promise was given originally to Adam and Eve, but whispers of it were heard in every generation.  Abraham, Moses, Joshua, David, and others all spoke about it. It was the prophet Isaiah who wrote down the words…

Why Marriage?

Texts Genesis 1:26-31, Genesis 2:5-25  Hosea 1-3 (selected passages)  Summary Most people have high hopes for marriage. And many are disappointed with what they see. What if our view of marriage isn’t grand enough? What if God gave us marriage for something far greater than we are experiencing. Marriage is God’s idea. He gave us…

Fallen

Text: Genesis 2: 15-17; 3: 1-19 The fall of mankind into sin was devastating for the entire universe and for each of us personally. The grand creation of God fell into a state of rebellion and chaos. The fall of man explains what is wrong with the world and exposes the basic motives and impulses…

Created

Text: John 1: 1-3, Genesis 1: 26-27 Your ethnicity, ancestry, family, education, personality, and experiences reveal a lot about you…but not the most important things. As a Christian and as a person your identity is defined profoundly by four powerful realities: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration. All human beings have to determine why they exist, what’s wrong…