Rey Cedillo • Sermon • • 2,031 views
Sermon: Enoch the Faithful Servant Aug. 12, 2007 Enoch WALKED with God Gen.5:21 When Enoch had lived 65 years, he became the father of Methuselah. 22 And after he became the father of Methuselah, Enoch walked [lived in close fellowship] with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters. 23 Altogether,…
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Thomas S. Myers Walking With God Genesis 5 Note with in Genesis chapter 5:5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20 And he died... and he died, ....and he died. It reads like an obituary column. One wonders whether it is worth reading. And if you are reading the Bible through in a year, you may be tempted to skip this section…
Pastor Jed Johnston • Sermon • • 341 views • 39:54
When I think of father’s in the scriptures many pictures and individuals come to mind… My favorite however is a man we know very little about, his name is Enoch. Genesis 5:21-22 simply states this about him... Enoch lived sixty-five years, and became the father of Methuselah. Then Enoch walked with God…
What is the biblical definition of faith? What is understood by faith? What type of perspective did the examples left for us in the Bible have?
Alan Monroe • Sermon • • 59 views
Enoch – Initiated before God Genesis 5:23-24 One of the strangest events that we find in the Bible is what happened to a man named Enoch. They tell us that this name literally means “initiated.” He was chosen by God to give humanity a very special lesson on the value of being holy. God often works that…
Jason Worf • Sermon • • 24 views • 45:58
Some people look at Enoch's experience of walking with God and then being taken to heaven without dying and they can't see themselves in his experience. Maybe they think he's a giant of faith that they can't possibly imitate, or they think that he lived in a different time and so they can't experience what he experienced. This sermon looks at the story of enoch and reimagines the reasons for God taking him to heaven, and show that God wants to walk with each of us just like he did with Enoch.
Ken • Sermon • • 17 views
ENOCH (Gen. 5:18; 22-24; Heb. 11:5, 6; Jude 14, 15) Introduction: Enoch must always stand out as one of the great examples from the patriarchal age. Though the account is very brief concerning him, yet there is much we can learn from him. I. He walked with God. (Gen. 5:22,24a) A. Suggests companionship.…
Ken Richter • Soldier Creek Church of Christ • Sermon • • 1 view • 28:53
In a continuing series on Faith, we look at the short Hebrews 11 citation of Enoch. What exactly did it mean that he "walked with God", and how powerful that must have been to have been taken into heaven by God. A message of reasons to have faith to make through our world today.
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Faith in antagonism to common sense is fanaticism, and common sense in antagonism to faith is rationalism. The life of faith brings the two into a right relation. . . Faith is the whole man rightly related to God by the power of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Chambers, O. (1993, c1935). My utmost for his…