Genesis 14:12-15:6

The great first war, as Abraham led his combined forces against the enemy kings who had kidnapped Lot. Afterwards he was met by the approving but mysterious figure of Melchizidek the priest of Salem.

Genesis 12:13-14:11

Even Father Abraham, the man of faith, fell into fear and failure. God does not shy away from reporting the lapses of his most trusted people, and all sins can be forgiven. Abraham and Lot split up (like churches do sometimes).

Genesis 12:1-12

We begin the story of the Jewish Patriarchs starting with the greatness of Abraham. His greatness had to do with his great faith in God who had called him.

Genesis 11:4-32

Have you ever wondered how all the different languages got started? Trace it back to the Tower of Babel! It was God himself who "confounded their languages" so all the people of the earth could not fight together against him. What happens when man builds empires but excludes God.

Genesis 10:1-11:3

We see how all the people groups of the nations sprung from the three sons of Noah and migrated abroad. The official name for the chart of these origins is "the Table of Nations"

Genesis 9:1-29

God makes a covenant with Noah never again to destroy the earth by a flood. And we read here about how the world was repopulated after the great flood.

Genesis 7:23-8:22

Noah's voyage in the ark, from the time that the mountains were covered by the floodwaters, to the dove finding the first sign of dry land. Mention is made of God's covenant of the rainbow, promising never again to destroy the earth by water.

Genesis 6:14-7:24

The worldwide flood of Noah, the man who found grace in the eyes of the Lord at a time when unrestrained evil had overwhelmed the earth. Noah's family and the animals were saved by that ark, and this is not a fairy tale!

Genesis 5:23-6:13

What were the conditions on Earth in the days of Noah? Once sin had got started in the human race, things went from bad to worse all over the world.

Genesis 4:6-5:22

The perfect neighborhood doesn't always help in raising a family, as the account of Cain and Able can testify. God defines true worship: a blood sacrifice was necessary. Abel's animal sacrifice was accepted, Cain's offering of grain was not; so jealous Cain murdered his brother. This is sin's ultimate bottom line!

Genesis 3:14-4:5

Adam and Eve play the blame game, passing the responsibility for their own sin. God himself passes correct judgment upon Satan and upon Mankind, but also foretells the coming of Messiah who will remedy the situation.

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