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September 18 Sermons

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Morning Text: Genesis 22

Outline:

I. It is the right of God to demand all that we have:

     A. The right is His by virtue of Creation

     B. The right is His by demand due to our sin

     C. The right is His by nature of His promise

     D. All that we have is rightfully His

II. That which is His:

     A. We must not profane

          1. By using for unholy actions

          2. By giving to another

     B. We must not keep

          1. For ourselves

          2. For our glory

     C. We must not hoard

          1. Though it is God's gift to us

          2. Though the world advises that we are

     D. We are sinners by nature

          1. We are incapable of handling the blessings of God

          2. We are incapable of giving enough

III. But for the Ram

     A. God alone can determine an acceptable sacrifice 22:2

     B. God alone can provide the acceptable sacrifice 22:8, 12-14

     C. God alone can supply our future need 22:20-24

 

Evening Text is Genesis 23. Written outline is way too scattered to be of use here. The essence of the idea: In his lifetime, all Abraham gets of the Promised Land is this: a gravesite. Don't put your hope on what you see, but trust the promise of the Lord God.

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