Back to the Beginning. Lesson five: “Murder yet Grace” by Nathan Potts.

September 26, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

Genesis four is about the way of Cain – the corruption and slide of the human heart away from God into notorious sin. The story reveals something of the essential nature of all mankind by presenting an unforgettable picture of elementary, primal power. It is a story of depravity and grace. Please read Genesis 4:
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Back to the Beginning Lesson four: “The Fall.” by Nathan Potts.

September 15, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

When Adam and Eve decided to disobey the word of God, they made a decision that changed not only their whole life but the history of the human race. It was a decision that should have been easy to get right. It came down to deciding whose word should be trusted—the word that came through
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Back to the Beginning. Lesson three: “God’s Order” by Nathan Potts.

September 8, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

In Genesis 1:1–2:3  we see a general account of all creation. Here in Genesis 2:4–25  we have a topical account of creation as it relates to mankind. As Dyer and Merrill explain, “If the former account of creation can be labelled the ‘cosmic account,’ this should be considered the ‘anthropological account,’ because humankind, not the
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Back to the Beginning. Lesson two: “Work and Dominion.” by Nathan Potts.

September 1, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

Genesis 2:4 begins a new section on the history of the world. God has spent 6 days filling and forming the earth that shows us an astounding, complete creation, under the benevolent rule of Adam and Eve. Now we receive a different picture of the creation of Adam and his role within creation. Please read
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Back to the Beginning. Study 1, “God’s Good Creation.” Gen 1:1-2:3 by Nathan Potts.

August 24, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

One of the key things that Genesis provides Christians is a worldview that is assumed but not necessarily taught by later Scriptures. If we fail to study this book of Genesis, we shortchange ourselves because from the book of Genesis our foundational biblical worldview is formed. The “Webster” dictionary defines a worldview as: “a consistent
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Walking Worthy, Lesson 13. “Loveless Orthodoxy.” by Nathan Potts.

August 17, 2020 By: Category: Bible Study

Revelation 2:1-7 Thirty-five to forty years after Ephesians was written, the apostle John received a vision concerning the “Revelation of Jesus Christ”. Part of the vision included seven letters of warning to seven different churches, of which Ephesus was one. Ephesus was the leading church of that era. Paul ministered there for 3 years and
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