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True and lasting joy is only found in Jesus Christ. An all-wise God has designed the Christian life so that those who follow Him will not only enjoy the destination, they can also enjoy the journey. We are all travelers in this world, and God has so many wonderful truths to teach us along the way. Open your copy of God’s Word and let’s study together…

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Don’t Be a Nimrod!

Genesis 10:8-10
Did you know you can be intelligent and not be wise? You can be a person with great capabilities yet not become the person God desires you to be. Tucked away in a long list of genealogies, Nimrod serves as a great warning to gifted individuals.
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A Word for the Nations

Genesis 10:1-32
All the nations of the world find their origin in Genesis chapter ten. Although these nations look and behave differently outwardly, they are all the same inwardly. We are all of "one blood," according to God's Word.
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The Old Nature in a New World

Genesis 9:18-29
Even after such a great victory in his life, Noah failed. All other wicked people were engulfed by the flood, yet the wickedness in Noah's heart remained. How can we overcome such a persistent foe?
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The Rainbow Belongs to God

Genesis 9:8-17
Object lessons make a message more memorable. God designed an extraordinary object, the rainbow, to help us remember His great mercy upon all of mankind. Be reminded today of God's promise and gratefully reflect on His pity.
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Let’s Try This Again

Genesis 9:1-7
When Noah and his family stepped off the ark, God presented them with a fresh start. His purpose, provision, and protection were the same, but their opportunity was new. Study with us this week as we continue through the beginning chapters of Genesis!
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Start with the Altar!

Genesis 8:18-22
Did you know Noah built something after the ark that was of equal significance? He built an altar! The altar represented Noah's humble surrender to God. Tune in to today's episode and choose to start building what matters most.
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While You’re Waiting…

Genesis 8:1-17
Waiting time is never wasted time. While we are waiting, God is working. He's not only working on what is going on around you, but He's also working within you. As you wait, remember God's promises and remain faithful to what you know to do.
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The In Between Times of Life

Genesis 7:17-24
The transitional times of life can be the most frightening or frustrating. However, God sets those seasons in motion to be some of the most fruitful for His children. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the season of life you are in, choose to be faithful to our faithful Savior.
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Finding Security in God

Genesis 7:1-16
When Noah and his family safely made it on the ark, God shut the door behind them. He ensured their security. When you come unto the Lord for salvation, He ensures that you are kept by His power, never to be plucked from His hand. Praise God for His security!
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Raising Children in a Corrupt World

Genesis 6:9-22
Noah's communion with the Lord directly affected his children. Shem, Hem, and Japheth were beneficiaries of their father's walk with God. Hear from today's episode the influence that obedience to Jesus can have on your family.
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The Gate of Heaven

Genesis 28:10-19
Every person must have a personal encounter with God. Because of the Lord Jesus Christ, it is possible for every person to have one! Man could never reach God, yet God reached down for man. Join us as we continue our series in The Weekend Pulpit.
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Continuing to Walk with God: Noah

Genesis 6:1-9
As we continue walking through the beginning chapters of Genesis, God reminds us once again of the importance of intimacy with Him. There is no substitute for walking with God, and neither is there anything more satisfactory! Purpose in your heart and plan to pursue God today.
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Beginning to Walk with God: Enoch

Genesis 5:21-24
There is a man mentioned by ten verses in Scripture, but he is only known for one thing. What are you known for? Let the defining factor of your life be, like Enoch, that you walk with God.
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Death Does Not End It All!

Genesis 5:25-32
If you are a Christian, the greatest day of your life is the day you see Christ face to face. Death may take some things away, but it presents us with much more! Death does not end it all, because there is no end to our God.
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What Will You Leave Behind?

Genesis 5:21-24
Someday when you leave this earth, you are going to leave something behind. Regardless of financial status, everyone leaves behind a heritage and a testimony. Through today's study, discover the long-lasting value of walking with the Lord.
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A Walk through the Family Cemetery

Genesis 5:1-20
Spurgeon once said, "The way to make the most of your life is to meditate on your death." While keeping the end in mind, you cause yourself to live with clarity and urgency. Accept this episode's challenge of making every day count for Jesus!
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Get a Fresh Communion with Your Creator

Genesis 4:25-26
At this moment, are you prayerful or prayerless? Prayer is our vital link with Almighty God. It avails His power to our lives and His peace to our souls. Before you go any farther with your day, spend time in communion with your Creator.
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Get a Fresh Faith for the Future

Genesis 4:25-26
Faith is something that has to be refreshed daily. You cannot live off of yesterday's faith. While we can have our faith strengthened through His word, God uses a variety of means to build our faith. Ask Him today to give you a fresh faith for the future.
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Get a Fresh Glimpse of God

Genesis 4:25-26
It would benefit us all to get a fresh glimpse of God! When you ignore or question the goodness of God, you open the door to evil. Get your eyes off of your wrong doings or bad circumstances and set them anew on Him!
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Is It Really Progress?

Genesis 4:17-24
What kind of heritage will you leave behind? What if your children and grandchildren were to continue on the same path you're currently traveling? In today's episode, we examine our hearts and determine if we are making true progress.
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A Dead End

Genesis 4:6-17
When we fail to confess our sin to God, it eventually consumes us. You cannot excuse or hide your sin. Unconfessed sin multiplies into more sin and divides you from God's plan. Study the life of Cain and choose to live a clean life before the Lord.
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The Unimaginable Power of Prayer by Pastor Greg Dowdy

Ephesians 3:20
While prayer is our greatest resource, it should be our first response. The possibilities of prayer are as great as God is powerful! Learn from this message on The Weekend Pulpit some life-changing lessons on prayer.
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First Principles for Children

Genesis 4:1-5
Children are a gift from God, and every child is different. While it is the responsibility of parents to teach these children who the Lord is, it is the child's responsibility to accept Christ on his own. Discover some practical principles for children today from some of the first children on earth.
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What Happened to the Tree of Life?

Genesis 3:22-24
Imagine living forever separated from God. If Adam and Eve would have eaten from the tree of life in their fallen state, they would have lived forever with the curse of sin upon them. Praise God for His mercy in restoring us through Christ!

Don’t Be a Nimrod!

Genesis 10:8-10
Did you know you can be intelligent and not be wise? You can be a person with great capabilities yet not become the person God desires you to be. Tucked away in a long list of genealogies, Nimrod serves as a great warning to gifted individuals.

A Word for the Nations

Genesis 10:1-32
All the nations of the world find their origin in Genesis chapter ten. Although these nations look and behave differently outwardly, they are all the same inwardly. We are all of "one blood," according to God's Word.

The Old Nature in a New World

Genesis 9:18-29
Even after such a great victory in his life, Noah failed. All other wicked people were engulfed by the flood, yet the wickedness in Noah's heart remained. How can we overcome such a persistent foe?

The Rainbow Belongs to God

Genesis 9:8-17
Object lessons make a message more memorable. God designed an extraordinary object, the rainbow, to help us remember His great mercy upon all of mankind. Be reminded today of God's promise and gratefully reflect on His pity.

Let’s Try This Again

Genesis 9:1-7
When Noah and his family stepped off the ark, God presented them with a fresh start. His purpose, provision, and protection were the same, but their opportunity was new. Study with us this week as we continue through the beginning chapters of Genesis!

Start with the Altar!

Genesis 8:18-22
Did you know Noah built something after the ark that was of equal significance? He built an altar! The altar represented Noah's humble surrender to God. Tune in to today's episode and choose to start building what matters most.

While You’re Waiting…

Genesis 8:1-17
Waiting time is never wasted time. While we are waiting, God is working. He's not only working on what is going on around you, but He's also working within you. As you wait, remember God's promises and remain faithful to what you know to do.

The In Between Times of Life

Genesis 7:17-24
The transitional times of life can be the most frightening or frustrating. However, God sets those seasons in motion to be some of the most fruitful for His children. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding the season of life you are in, choose to be faithful to our faithful Savior.

Finding Security in God

Genesis 7:1-16
When Noah and his family safely made it on the ark, God shut the door behind them. He ensured their security. When you come unto the Lord for salvation, He ensures that you are kept by His power, never to be plucked from His hand. Praise God for His security!

Raising Children in a Corrupt World

Genesis 6:9-22
Noah's communion with the Lord directly affected his children. Shem, Hem, and Japheth were beneficiaries of their father's walk with God. Hear from today's episode the influence that obedience to Jesus can have on your family.

The Gate of Heaven

Genesis 28:10-19
Every person must have a personal encounter with God. Because of the Lord Jesus Christ, it is possible for every person to have one! Man could never reach God, yet God reached down for man. Join us as we continue our series in The Weekend Pulpit.

Continuing to Walk with God: Noah

Genesis 6:1-9
As we continue walking through the beginning chapters of Genesis, God reminds us once again of the importance of intimacy with Him. There is no substitute for walking with God, and neither is there anything more satisfactory! Purpose in your heart and plan to pursue God today.

Beginning to Walk with God: Enoch

Genesis 5:21-24
There is a man mentioned by ten verses in Scripture, but he is only known for one thing. What are you known for? Let the defining factor of your life be, like Enoch, that you walk with God.

Death Does Not End It All!

Genesis 5:25-32
If you are a Christian, the greatest day of your life is the day you see Christ face to face. Death may take some things away, but it presents us with much more! Death does not end it all, because there is no end to our God.

What Will You Leave Behind?

Genesis 5:21-24
Someday when you leave this earth, you are going to leave something behind. Regardless of financial status, everyone leaves behind a heritage and a testimony. Through today's study, discover the long-lasting value of walking with the Lord.

A Walk through the Family Cemetery

Genesis 5:1-20
Spurgeon once said, "The way to make the most of your life is to meditate on your death." While keeping the end in mind, you cause yourself to live with clarity and urgency. Accept this episode's challenge of making every day count for Jesus!

Get a Fresh Communion with Your Creator

Genesis 4:25-26
At this moment, are you prayerful or prayerless? Prayer is our vital link with Almighty God. It avails His power to our lives and His peace to our souls. Before you go any farther with your day, spend time in communion with your Creator.

Get a Fresh Faith for the Future

Genesis 4:25-26
Faith is something that has to be refreshed daily. You cannot live off of yesterday's faith. While we can have our faith strengthened through His word, God uses a variety of means to build our faith. Ask Him today to give you a fresh faith for the future.

Get a Fresh Glimpse of God

Genesis 4:25-26
It would benefit us all to get a fresh glimpse of God! When you ignore or question the goodness of God, you open the door to evil. Get your eyes off of your wrong doings or bad circumstances and set them anew on Him!

Is It Really Progress?

Genesis 4:17-24
What kind of heritage will you leave behind? What if your children and grandchildren were to continue on the same path you're currently traveling? In today's episode, we examine our hearts and determine if we are making true progress.

A Dead End

Genesis 4:6-17
When we fail to confess our sin to God, it eventually consumes us. You cannot excuse or hide your sin. Unconfessed sin multiplies into more sin and divides you from God's plan. Study the life of Cain and choose to live a clean life before the Lord.

The Unimaginable Power of Prayer by Pastor Greg Dowdy

Ephesians 3:20
While prayer is our greatest resource, it should be our first response. The possibilities of prayer are as great as God is powerful! Learn from this message on The Weekend Pulpit some life-changing lessons on prayer.

First Principles for Children

Genesis 4:1-5
Children are a gift from God, and every child is different. While it is the responsibility of parents to teach these children who the Lord is, it is the child's responsibility to accept Christ on his own. Discover some practical principles for children today from some of the first children on earth.

What Happened to the Tree of Life?

Genesis 3:22-24
Imagine living forever separated from God. If Adam and Eve would have eaten from the tree of life in their fallen state, they would have lived forever with the curse of sin upon them. Praise God for His mercy in restoring us through Christ!