Genesis 49. We are at the end of the book of Genesis and see Jacob gathering his 12 sons for a deathbed oracle that will concern tribes and nations. Some sons receive blessing while others curses. Ultimately, the blessing on Judah points us to Jesus and His earthly and heavenly kingdom.
Genesis 47. The famine that Joseph prophesied of has arrived. With exacting precision, he manages, leads, and judges the nation of Egypt that blesses it for the next 400 years.
Genesis 40 & 41. Up to this point, Joseph’s life could be described in one word: suffering. Learning from his example, we can see how he suffered well and points us to Jesus who is the perfect suffering servant. *Note: Around the 8:22 mark there is a cut in the audio to remove the […]
Genesis 39. Joseph finds himself in God’s favor and now the right-hand guy for the second most powerful man in all of Egypt. Then temptation shows up.
Genesis 37. We now move to the life of Joseph. Joseph is a key character in the book of Genesis and we see his dedication to the Lord despite great sin committed against him.
Genesis 33. Jacob has been commanded by God to go home. Will his brother, Esau, meet him with a war party or a welcome party?
Genesis 32. God has commanded Jacob to go home. This is a step of faith on Jacob’s part to face his brother Esau after 20 years of being separated. On the journey, Jesus shows up and turns immature Jacob into mature Israel.
Genesis 31. This week we examine Jacob’s psychological and spiritual progression as God has prepared him for a journey and a confrontation. Applying these principles helps us discern God’s will in our own lives.
Genesis 29:1-35. A look at our cultures prescription for relationships versus God’s prescription for relationships.
Genesis 28:10-22. God comes to Jacob in a dream and shows him a picture of the gospel: Jesus will come and descend from heaven to provide the opportunity for those to ascend to God.