God created the heavens and the earth in six days. On the seventh day, God rested from all his work. But what does that mean?
As we read through Genesis 2:4-17, we encounter two trees. We find the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. We also find something else that we as Bible students recognize, a covenant.
In this message, we are going to start our exposition of the first book of the Bible. Why should we spend time going through this book? Because it is the origin story. Dave Block points out six different doctrines that are introduced in the book of Genesis. These six are not all that we find…
The way that God created Eve was intentional and shows us at least four things about who God is and how the relationship between the man and woman would be different.
Understanding and believing what Genesis chapter 3 says is crucial to our understanding of the rest of the Bible. If we mess up the origin of evil, then we are in danger of corrupting and misunderstanding most of the other doctrines taught in Scripture.
Starting in verse 28, we have the creation decrees of God over the newly created man and woman. As we look at these four verses I want to point out several aspects of God that we learn from these decrees. 1.God Blesses and Commands 2. God Provides 3.God Sees Everything
Sometime in the years of wandering in the desert, God caused Moses to sit down and write the book of Genesis. Moses was tasked with the writing of the first books of Holy Scripture. But what do you start with? In the beginning God…In these two verses, it is as if Moses is saying, here,…