We look at the reality of all human beings except Jesus of Nazareth being conceived in sin and how that does NOT mean King David is a bastard but DOES mean that Mary was born in sin like the rest of us and the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary is bogus.
Also Reference: Acts 17:11, Ruth 4:17, Ruth 4:22, 1 Chronicles 2:12-15, Matthew 1, Luke 3, Luke 3:26
This text reveals that Christ's conception was of God and not man. It was miraculous. Second we look at how the words spoken to Mary are an encouragement and rejoicing to the church. Third, we see the greatness of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
God foretold to Abraham that his 90 year old wife Sarai (renamed Sarah) would CONCIEVE and bear a son, their only son, Isaac. The prophecy was fulfilled and it was also a MIRACLE providing a double-evidence for God!
Also Reference: Luke 1:47, Psalm 119:160
After 50 years, and over 500 million innocent babies aborted globally, God has Cleansed our House with Dobbs vs Jackson. But instead of repenting of our sins, and being Thankful, we have made ourselves 7 Times more sinful, than before!
I. AN OUTLINE OF THE CHAPTERS 10:19-12:29
The Superiority of Believers' Privileges
Faith that Saves, 10:19-25 (taking action: exhortation)
Faith that's Disingenuous, 10:26-31 (the road backward: warning)
Faith that's Full of Hope, 10:32-39 (the road forward: encouragement)
Faith that's Genuine, 11:1-3 (what faith is)
Faith that's Godly, 11:4-40 (how faith behaves)
Faith that Perseveres, 12:1-29 (when faith endures)
II. AN OBSERVATION OF TODAY'S PARTICULARS
v4, Abel's sacrifice
v5, Enoch's walk
v6, (the pleasure of God)
v7, Noah's fear
v8, Abraham's call
v9, Abraham's sojourn
v10, Abraham's expectation
v11, Sarah's conception
she was past age, v11b
the way of women had ceased, Gen 18:11
Sarah laughed to herself, Gen 18:12-15 (Gen 18:9-10)
"She is my sister." Gen 20:2 (Gen 12:11)
considered Him faithful who had promised, v11c
God is faithful, Heb 6:13; 1Thess 5:24
She considered, Heb 10:29
received power to conceive, v11a
power, δύναμις (DOO-nam-is)
-- a. Luke 1:35
-- b. Acts 1:8
conceive, καταβολή (ka-ta-bo-LĀ)
-- a. "foundation"
-- b. 1 Pet 1:18-20
-- c. Eph 1:4-5
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This is the first if a three part series designed to help a congregation assess whether its intern is being called to the pastoral ministry. It will help all congregations as they assess men who are being considered for the offices of pastor, teacher, or evangelist. This sermon opens up the way a minister is developed even from conception, but it focuses on desire and the graces necessary for a man to be a ministerial leader of God's people.
We continue discussing the dual application of the promise to Abraham's "seed" and how that Israel (the physical, national fulfillment) brought forth Jesus whose followers fulfill this promise spiritually as explained by our Apostle Paul.
Also Reference: Isaiah 7:14, Galatians 3:13-16
This section traces the development of Jacob's family, particularly the birth of his children. While there are some commendable things we can discern in Jacob's home at this time, on the whole, we are presented with a home that is filled with heartache, strife and division. These things are written for our "learning" (Rom. 15:4) so that we might be warned against making the same mistakes and also be encouraged with what God's grace can do with a very imperfect family.
Who is the fatherless but those babies often abandoned by father and mother and who is the widow, but those women often abandoned by husband or boyfriend and left to the abortionist. The church is called to care for both the baby and woman injured by abortion.