SERMONS ON ISAAC

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ISAAC SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

Life is a series of tests. I couldn't help but think as I looked over this magnificent group of graduating seniors, that their life is going to be a series of tests. As they move along in various ways and under various circumstances, they will find that their lives will be tested. Abraham is the great man of faith in the Bible. We have already seen that his life is a series of tests...

by Adrian Rogers

I want you to turn to Genesis, Chapter 22, if you will. And you will remember that we began two weeks ago, a brand new series of messages called Portraits of Christ', in the New Testament. And I don't know how long we'll go in this series because, actually, we're just digging out of a bottomless well, and we are just inside the door of a fabulous gold mine, and nugget after nugget is...

by Robert Walker

An American pastor tells a story of a friend who bought some property in India. When he started to clear out an old well dug horizontally into the side of a mountain, he found old machinery, discarded furniture, trash, weeds, bushes and nearly 300 cobras. The next day when he went back to the well he found a stream bubbling out and flowing again! Imagine how precious that was for him and his...

by Miles Seaborn

Family problems and breakdowns are no new thing. True, they have grown to what the National Family Service Assoc. calls ''epidemic'' proportions and now ranks as America's No. 1 social problem. Billy Graham's magazine, Decision, quotes Dr. George Mace of the University of California as saying, ''The decline of modern marriage has...

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 David Cawston

The Bible is history not legend and its stories are there to encourage faith, not merely to repeat folklore. The story of Isaac's struggle to obtain the wells, is a story of passion. It is recorded to remind people of God's covenant, that the promise is only obtained where there is a sufficient desire, a persistent desire. Romans 15:4 - 4 For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the...

by Nelson Price

JESUS CHRIST's birth was the fulfillment of numerous prophecies. One was that He would be a descendant of Isaac. That was a most unlikely reality. By man's standard an impossibility. Who was this man Isaac? On the pages of the Bible he stands out on history's horizon like a mole hill between two mountains. On one side was the summit of his father Abraham. On the other the peak of his son Jacob. Compared to...

by Clarence E. Macartney

Once on a summer day, floating down the Ohio River, our boat grounded on the sands of a large and densely wooded island, the largest island in the Ohio, some distance below Parkersburg. Disembarking, we roamed over the island and soon came upon the evidences of a former habitation; fragments of well-cut stones that had once marked the line of a driveway, and here...

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. Hebrews chapter 11, and this morning we're going to be looking at verse number 20. Listen to what the Bible says. Hebrews 11:20, ''By faith Isaac blessed Jacob and Esau concerning things to come.'' In Hebrews chapter 11 we are given the listing of...

by Ernest Easley

Take God's Word and turn please to Genesis chapter 25. Now I've told you from the start that the book of Genesis takes us back to the basics! It could be called "Christianity 101." It shows us how to build our lives on a solid and sure foundation! If you live long enough sooner or later you're going to encounter a crisis, a tragedy,a...

by Patrick Edwards

Stay the course. We're not actually sure where this phrase came from, despite its familiarity in culture today. Some suppose that it originated as a nautical metaphor, meaning to maintain a constant, unfaltering course while navigating. In this context 'stay' refers to the ropes and sheets that hold the 'course' (mainsail) in a...

by Zach Terry

The pessimist reminds us, especially this time of year , "there are only two things that are certain in life - death and taxes". Solomon would argue that there are a few other things we could add to that list. As a matter of fact life seems to be as predictable as a treadmill. Ecclesiastes 1:9-11 (NAS) 9 That which has been is that which will...

by Daniel Rodgers

This is a story we all know very well - the story of Isaac turning away from God's clear command, and going down into Egypt, to Gerar. His father, Abraham, had made the same mistake. You would have thought that Isaac would have learned a lesson from his father's lack of judgment and how he got himself into trouble...

by Ernest Easley

I'm speaking primarily to our men today. But ladies, there is indeed a message from God to you! Take your Bible and turn please to Genesis 26. The book of Genesis provides for us a blueprint for building a strong and sturdy foundation to build our lives upon! And I pray God that your building your life and home upon the solid rock: the Lord ...

by Stan Coffey

If ever there was a time when people would have been reluctant to sow their seed, it was this time in the lie of Isaac. It was a time of severe and terrible famine. There had been drought and people were starving for food and water. What most of us would have done is withhold the seed because we needed it so...

by Jerry Vines

In the Bible, you will find a recurring phrase mentioned, "of the God, of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob." These are three of the great men of faith as recorded for us in God's Word. They are the faithful men of God that God used to carry on the promises of God which ultimately consummated in the twelve tribes of the children of...