Sermons on Study
The ark has landed, and the Lord has ordered the occupants to disembark. What is the first thing you would do after a long, arduous journey? Noah sets a good standard!
Even when it appears completely hopeless, God has not forgotten about us.
A flood can be described as a cataclysm, especially when it covers the entire earth!
When you are commanded, the only right response is to do what you’re told to do!
Even when God determines to exercise judgment, He provides a way of escape, a way of salvation.
One reality about God that we have to come to grips with is that He is a God of justice, and that means judgment is a reality. We see in this week’s study that God’s judgment is one that we really don’t want to have to face.
What can we possibly learn from a genealogy list? Plenty, as it turns out.
We get a lesson in how to respond to grace, although it is a negative example as Cain receives his punishment for murdering his brother.
How far can humanity fall in a single generation? The answer is troubling…
We all know that after a conviction, the guilty party must be sentenced.