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God begins speaking about the entire history of his dealings with mankind to get us all saved by referring to the heaven and earth. In a world where there is only darkness at first, God's Spirit moves in on the scene and on the earth's FACE He shines light.
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Notice that God made man in His likeness and then after man fell into sin, He made Himself into Man's Likeness. And this was the incarnation, God manifest in flesh. What people celebrate at Christmas time. [ read more... ]
You will probably identify with many of them. Circle the letter at the end of each statement that represents how you have felt at those times when you have done something wrong. [ read more... ]
Adam was driven out. The image of God was driven from the Garden. God made man in His image and then after man sinned, He drove man out from the garden. [ read more... ]
God gave us intellect, feelings, will, desires, knowledge, wisdom, understanding, perception, to appreciate, honor, humor and many other senses. He created us in his image and if you smile or get mad, or sad, God does too. [ read more... ]
When God made man in the Book of Genesis he made him to worship Him and to fellowship Him. Man was not made to do as he pleased in life. Man was made to glorify the creator and attend to His creation. Adam the first man was given dominion over everything in the Garden of Eden. He was the caretaker over all God’s creation... [ read more... ]
From the beginning of creation, the thing I have noticed about God is that he is a giver. He gave the earth all that it has, the heavens above is his gift to humanity. God needs no sun, nor moon, nor stars but God gave them to benefit us. [ read more... ]
The sword in the Garden entrance has a negative effect, in most minds when reading of the expulsion. But we can look at it as a positive thing. Glory is to be revealed in us. [ read more... ]
An element in the Earth had to be overcome. The progression of being fruitful in order to be able to multiply, in order to be able to fill the earth, in order to be able to CONQUER is clearly seen in Genesis. [ read more... ]
Folks travel and come back telling us that the messages they hear when they are away, that bless them so much are the same messages we are hearing here. [ read more... ]
Adam sinned and the human race fell. He lost his dominion. Then we read in the New Testament that Jesus Christ died and resurrected from the tomb, and ascended far above all principalities and powers and dominions. [ read more... ]
Jesus choose Jacob, Tamar, Rahab, David, and Solomon. He came to redeem family members like them. He came to bear the cross to Calvary, shed His blood, die and be placed in a borrowed tomb for family members like yours. He rose on the third day to show that He can conquer anything. If He conquered death, He can conquer anything. That's why they call Him Savior, Deliverer, Healer, and Counselor. [ read more... ]
Now let us follow this same basic stream of thought from Genesis of FOOD AND DRINK as we read a portion from the words of Moses, some words of Jesus and then words from the end of the Bible. Follow closely as I read, to observe and recognize a major stream of thought throughout the entire Bible, from front to back. [ read more... ]
Notice that when God BLESSED the man and woman, that BLESSING involved the very things the CURSING involved. Multiplying, filling earth by bringing forth children, and subjection. [ read more... ]
People wreck God’s established order when they chose who and what they wish to obey! Whenever a church gets a “buffet attitude” things are thrown off course [ read more... ]
I have compared Genesis and the Garden of Eden with a person saved and placed IN CHRIST upon their salvation. Paul uses the term IN CHRIST many, many times in his writings. Just as the word IN implies a place or thing that contains something and is the POSITION something then has, the idea of IN CHRIST speaks of our position. [ read more... ]