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Genesis — The Book of Beginnings 2

Several years back, I preached a “Through the Bible” series consisting of one-shot sermons on the books...

Genesis — The Book of Beginnings 2
posted on: Sep 16, 2013 | author: Alan Burrow

God the Blesser.

After creating, the next thing we see God doing is blessing (Gen 1.22, 28; 2.3.) This, too, is remarkable. The God...

God the Blesser.
posted on: Mar 27, 2012 | author: Alan Burrow

God the Unselfish

The very first thing we see in Genesis is God creating (Gen 1.1-31). This of itself is remarkable. The God who needs...

God the Unselfish
posted on: Mar 26, 2012 | author: Alan Burrow

The Most Important Theme of the Bible

The opening lines of Genesis are written so simply that it is tempting to jump ahead to when the story starts...

The Most Important Theme of the Bible
posted on: Mar 20, 2012 | author: Alan Burrow

Folly Like Fine Wine

Joash was one of those kings who began well and ended poorly. He served God for most of his days, but turned away...

Folly Like Fine Wine
posted on: Mar 15, 2012 | author: Alan Burrow

Freedom and the Easy Yoke.

Working my way through Matthew, I recently preached on Jesus and the Law. One of the points I made there is that we...

Freedom and the Easy Yoke.
posted on: Mar 1, 2012 | author: Alan Burrow

Genesis – The Book of Beginnings 1

Several years back, I preached a “Through the Bible” series consisting of one-shot sermons on the books...

Genesis – The Book of Beginnings 1
posted on: Oct 18, 2010 | author: Alan Burrow

Deep restoration

Job 42.7-10 Restoration for Job’s friends is when they seek God’s forgiveness and Job’s.  Restoration for Job is when...

posted on: Oct 17, 2010 | author: Alan Burrow

Nobility, affliction, and friendship

Job 19.1-5; 29.21 – 30.1; 30.9-10. Never was Job so noble as when he was humbled in his affliction.  Yet never...

posted on: Oct 16, 2010 | author: Alan Burrow

Can a man save himself? Depends.

Can a man save himself to any degree and in any sense of the word? This certainly is one of the longest running...

posted on: Aug 16, 2010 | author: Alan Burrow

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