SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON GENESIS

Our sermon ideas on Genesis will help you preach a powerful message on beginnings. Preach on topics including creation, the origins of humanity, the relationship between God and humanity, the Fall and its consequences, the Flood, and the life and promise of Abraham. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Genesis with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


GENESIS SERMON OUTLINES

by Eddie Snipes

Before we depart from the origin stories in Genesis, I believe it is necessary to address common questions and misunderstandings of this portion of the Bible. The book of Genesis is the most attacked book in the Old Testament if not the most attacked book in the Bible. It is understandable that the beginning would be the focal point of critics. This is a...

by James Merritt

I read a fictitious story about a group of engineers, geologists, chemists, and scientists, who came together to try to answer the question, "Where did the universe come from?" They spent years compiling information, checking it and re-checking it. They fed all of their data into a gigantic super computer. The magic moment came when they had fed all...

by Stan Coffey

AUTHORSHIP: Long before the first century A.D., Moses was declared the author of Genesis and Josephus, the first century Jewish historian accepted mosaic authorship. Furthermore, the eternal evidence of the entire Pentateuch, the first five books of the Bible, favors mosaic authorship (Exodus 17:14; 24:4-8; Deut. 31:9, 22). Its divine revelation and the...

by Chris Brown

Seriously…again?. Genesis 29. Three things to think about: Genesis 29, Matthew 20:17-28, 23:1-12, Colossians 3:22-25, Romans 1:18-23, Psalm 19:1-4. 1. You never know what kind of servant you are until someone treats you like one. 2. Our disobedience may not change God's plan for our life, but may greatly change how we...

by Jeff Strite

One of my favorite stories from Revolutionary war involves the "Battle of the Cowpens". Toward the end of the Revolutionary war, the British General Cornwallis had captured Savannah, Charleston and Camden in South Carolina - and in the process he had defeated and imprisoned much of the Southern Continental Army. Now, his intention was to crush any further...

by Ken Trivette

The most famous ship that ever sailed was the H.M.S. Titanic. In her day, she was a state of the art Ocean liner, 882.5 ft long; her beam 92.5 ft, and 60.5 ft from water line to boat deck. She consisted of 9 decks. She was designed to remain afloat with any 2 compartments flooded, possibly three. She could carry 329 passenger's first class, 285 passengers 2nd...

by Jerry Vines

Look at Genesis chapter 43. Let' s move into the this verse. We really ought to read it all, but I think we can summarize. Let's pick up with the 11th verse. This is Jacob talking to his sons about the matter of taking Benjamin back down into Egypt. Joseph has told the brothers that they cannot come back for grain and release Simeon, the brother he is holding...

by Johnny Hunt

This story could be called, "God Readying The Gold," or "Being Shaped for Greatness," or "Character Without Compromise," or "A Dreamer Being Developed," or "Development Through Devotion." Gen. 30:22-24 Joseph is born to Jacob and Rachel. Joseph means "add to me" or "may God add." Here is a young man that was honored by his father, hated by...

by Ernest Easley

We are tracing the scarlet thread through the Bible on these Wednesday nights. And that scarlet thread is the blood covenant that God made with man. A blood covenant was an unbreakable promise. In fact...when two people made a blood covenant, it was dissolved only by death. God did more than cut a deal with man, He cut a covenant with man! The scarlet...

by Adrian Rogers

Find Genesis chapter 37 if you please, Genesis chapter 37. If you didn't bring a Bible with you, there should be one in the pew rack before you, Genesis chapter 37. That's the first book in the Bible, it ought to be fairly easy to find. If you've found it look up here. Some years ago I was in the airport and I saw one of the most poignant scenes that I believe...