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A Neglected Text on Marriage (Genesis 26:34-35)

July 15, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 0 comments

What can a couple of verses that most commentaries skip over teach us about marriage? A lot.... Keep Reading

How will God use you to show Himself to your neighbors? For Isaac, it was God's materialistic blessings, but is it the same for us?... Keep Reading

Is it better to win the argument with your neighbor, or to avoid the argument and win them to the Lord?... Keep Reading

The Sins of the Father (Genesis 26:6-11)

July 10, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 0 comments

The sins of the father are passed on to the son, not in a sense of divine retribution, but in the sense of the habits that we teach our children. Just look at how Isaac follows in his father's footsteps...... Keep Reading

God blesses Isaac based on Abraham's faithfulness, not his own. Will God bless our children likewise?... Keep Reading

Valuing a Birthright (Genesis 25:29-34)

July 8, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 0 comments

While Esau focuses on the moment, Jacob prepares for the future by trading a bowl of stew for his brother's birthright.... Keep Reading

Predestination (Genesis 25:22-28)

July 7, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 0 comments

Before the children were born, God told Rebekah that Esau would serve Jacob. Why does this doctrine of predestination disturb so many Christians today?... Keep Reading

Serving in the Shadows (Genesis 25:19-21)

July 6, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 0 comments

Some are called to serve in the spotlight, while others, like Isaac, end up serving in the shadows.... Keep Reading

The Generations of Ishmael (Genesis 25:12-18)

July 3, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 1 comments

God's blessing on Ishmael reminds us that, when we are faithless, God remains faithful...... Keep Reading

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The Life of Abraham

The Death of Abraham (Genesis 25:7-11)

July 2, 2020 | by: Gregg Hunter | 0 comments

Abraham was one of the greatest men to ever live. But even he died. We don't put our trust in mortal men, we put our trust in the eternal Savior, Jesus Christ.... Keep Reading

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The Life of Abraham