The Heavens Declare
Last week, I shared with you, the Heavens Declare. I wholeheartedly believe the Bible is the truth. God does not lie. When it says, In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth, and spells out how He did it in 6 days, and rested on the seventh, that is exactly how He did it. I believe, like…
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The wife of Adam and the first woman created. Her significance lies in being the first to be deceived and become disobedient to God. She is only given her name (which resembles the word for “living”) by Adam after the expulsion from Eden.
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OT references are mainly agricultural with regulatory laws covering crop production and festivals of thanksgiving. God’s blessing was reflected in the harvest. The NT refers more to the spiritual sowing and reaping that takes place in the kingdom of God.
Creation and Fall
Have you ever judged a speaker before a word was uttered? I once attended a worship service with some friends where there was a guest speaker invited to speak. As I looked up there was a man slumping in one of the chairs on the platform, severely listing to one side, he held his Bible on his lap and…
Creation and Fall
We’re almost to the pinnacle of creation. Thus far we’ve seen the creation of light, the separation of the waters between those in the heavens and those on earth, the forming of land, the creation of vegetation, the creation of the sun and moon and stars, the creatures of the sea and the birds of the…
Growth, Increase, Fruit & Multiply
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Pastor Robby Clark speaks on God's intention that everything He creates, or births, is for growth, increase, fruitfulness, and multiplication.
Creation and the Fall
Opening Prayer And the Lord God planted a garden in Eden, in the east, and there he put the man whom he had formed. And out of the ground the Lord God made to spring up every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge…