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SERMONS & MEDIA ON SARAH

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SARAH SERMON OUTLINES

by Miles Seaborn

Hidden away almost unnoticed in Chapter 11:30 is the source of all the following eleven epoch-making chapters in Genesis. Canaan and Egypt; Hagar and Ishmael: The promise of Isaac and the birth, the circumcision, the sacrifice and the deliverance and his mother's faith; all their falls; all their failures; all their victories - all God's promises and all His providence's. All these and more spring from this...

by Adrian Rogers

I want you to take God's word now and turn with me to genesis chapter 17. We're talking about faith. We're in the school of faith. Today we're talking about how to be strong in faith. Archimedes was a philosopher and physicist, and he said, 11 if you will give me a lever long enough; if you will give me a fulcrum something to rest it on,'' and he said, ''if you will give me a...

by Brad Whitt

I want you to take God's Word now this morning and be finding your place at Hebrews chapter 11 again if you would. We are continuing today in our series of sermons on the heroes, and as we'll discover this morning, the heroines of the faith, as well, that we have entitled, ''Walking With The Giants.'' Hebrews chapter 11 really is an amazing chapter. I know that I have said that virtually every week...

by Tony Nester

When God called Abraham to leave his home in Haran and journey to the promised land of Canaan God promised Abraham that he would become the patriarch of a great and numerous family. This was a precious hope for Abraham and Sarah because they were old in years and had produced no children. Surely one of the reasons why Abraham and Sarah made that journey was their hope that their long years of childlessness...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

There cannot be a greater difference in the world between two things than there is between law and grace. And yet, strange to say, while the things are diametrically opposed and essentially different from each other, the human mind is so depraved, and the intellect, even when blessed by the Spirit, has become so turned aside from right judgment, that one of the most difficult things in the world is to discriminate properly between law and grace...

by Ken Trivette

I want you mothers to imagine something. What if you went to the doctor and he told you that you were going to have a baby and you gave birth to that baby 25 years later. I know what some of you are thinking: 9 months seems like 25 years. In the case of Abraham and Sarah, God told them they were going to have a baby and it was...

by Ernest Easley

We're continuing our series of messages this morning from the book of Genesis. So take your Bible and turn please to Genesis 21. You will remember from chapter 20 that Abraham and Sarah had lived a lie for 25 years. Abraham told his wife Sarah that every time they got into a difficult situation she was to tell whomever that Abraham was her brother and not her husband...

by Bob Wickizer

My dear cousin. You recall that my husband's concubine Hagar bore a son to him and that even though my husband desperately wanted a son in his old age, I couldn't stand the thought of him doting over Hagar's child. So I told Abram to get rid of Hagar and her son. Send them out in the desert. Send them somewhere, just don't keep them here with us. I told him it is better for us die in our old age without a child than to have this arrangement...

by James Merritt

''Is there anything too hard for God?'' That could be a very insulting question if puny man were to ask that of a powerful God, and it could receive a very embarrassing answer. I heard about a Sunday School teacher who was examining her pupils after a series of lessons on the omnipotence of God. She asked, ''Now that we've studied all about the greatness of God...

by Jerry Vines

It was red-letter day in the life of Abraham. I can imagine that the angels must have smiled that day as they saw that one hundred year old man hopping and skipping around the tent. From the inside of the tent there was the crying of a new-born baby because the baby boy that God has promised had finally been born. Years and years had passed. There were times when Abraham had wondered if God would ever do what he had...