Jacob Deceived—Isaac Had Faith
Birth. Birthright. Blessing. These are the first three things we’re told about Esau and Jacob, twin sons of Isaac and Keep Reading
Like Father, Like Son
Though Ron and I never had the privilege of becoming parents, I imagine that one of the most sobering aspects Keep Reading
Children of Divine Promise, not Human Works
We saw last week that with the death of Sarah and the marriage of Isaac, the son of promise, the Keep Reading
God Knows before We Ask
Having been privy to God calling Abraham from Ur of the Chaldeans to Canaan,[1] we might tend to automatically consider Keep Reading
Faith that Works
Genesis 22:1–19/James 2:21–24 Faith that Works Laura Miguélez Quay Linebrook Church September 6, 2020 If having faith in God means Keep Reading
Freedom in Christ
Early on in our study of Genesis, we noted that since the time of the Fall two lines of humanity Keep Reading
Deliver Us from Evil—Part II
Why did God destroy Sodom and Gomorrah? Traditionally, the number one answer has been, “homosexuality.” More recently, some who believe Keep Reading
God Cares for Those Who Are His
The LORD is gracious in calling us to himself; The LORD is lavish in his promises to us; The LORD Keep Reading
Laughter Transformed
As we saw last week, Isaac, the child promised by the LORD to be Abraham and Sarah’s heir—when he was Keep Reading