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About the Book
WE HAVE WRITTEN SHORT SYNOPSIS OF THE BOOK WE ACTUALLY WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO HAVE A HEART STUDY OF THIS AMAZING BOOK ABOUT THE BEGENING OF HUMAN KIND UPON THE EARTH AS THE BIBLE TELLS US, WE ARE BELIEVING THE BIBLE WHICH IS THE WORD OF GOD ,
Genesis signify Creation - in Beginning - Life
Author The of : Genesis Moses IS commonly accepted. The Book of origins: A record of the Universe and of Redemption.
FIRST MESSIANIC PROMISE GEN. CH:3:15
1 The history of Creation of the universe ch.1;1-25
The story of Primeval man a]The Temptation the fall and the personality and character of the tempter the [Gen.3:1
b] The genealogy and death of the patriarch ch:5
c] The confusion of tongue at Babel ch.11
d] The divine revelation and promise to Abraham the Holy Land and of a great posterity
FIVE MAIN CHARACTER OF FAITH
- Hebrews 11 Abel, who offered a more excellent sacrifice than his brother Cain and was the first man murdered.
- Enoch was a righteous man and
- God translated him and he was the first not to taste of
- physical death.
- Noah believed God and by faith constructed an ark in spite of the fact of "things not seen." What was not seen? Rain! No wonder he was so berated and ridiculed by the men of
- his day who perished.
- Abraham followed God's call and went out not
- knowing where he was heading and his wife Sarah bore the child of promise. Isaac is the child promised to Abraham and
- he is the line of the "seed" of Abraham in whom all of the earth will one day be blessed (Genesis 12:3).
- Jacob is the father of the twelve tribes of Israel and Joseph was faithful through many trials to be the
- instrument of God's deliverance of Israel out of famine. All of these are listed in the litany of those who had faith in God's promises.
Without the narrative of Genesis -- which means beginning, or in the beginning -- and the main characters of this book, we would not know the reason man needs a Savior. We would not understand how the nation of Israel came to be and the background of the great conflicts in the Middle East. More importantly, we would not have the line through which the promised Redeemer would one day come.
The accounts of these main characters in the book of Genesis are recorded truthfully. We are given their failures and their triumphs without embellishment. It is a great comfort to the believer today to understand that one's failures do not disqualify us for God's gift of grace. Therefore, we can learn much from reading and studying these great characters and their lives. The Apostle Paul gave us a commentary on the purpose of the record in the Old Testament.
"These things happened to them as examples and were written down as warnings for us, on whom the fulfillment of the ages has come" (1 Corinthians 10:11). As our LORD said," If anyone has ears to hear, let him hear" (Mark :23).
ADAM AND EVE FALL FROM GRACE CAUSE SIN UPON THE LIFE OF ALL MANKIND
We have all sinned and deserve God's judgment. God, the Father, sent His only Son to satisfy that judgment for those who believe in Him. Jesus, the creator and eternal Son of God, who lived a sinless life, loves us so much that He died for our sins, taking the punishment that we deserve, was buried, and rose from the deadaccording to the Bible. If you truly believe and trust this in your heart, receiving Jesus alone as your Savior, declaring, "Jesus is Lord," you will be saved from judgment and spend eternity with God in heaven.
Four Prominent names Associated together
Isaac- -and Ishmael--Esau-and Jacob
Gen 5:24 a Walked with God Jude:14 b Witnessing for God
Noah, the Ark Builder
c] walk with God amidst evil surrounding Gen,6:8-12
d] Remembered by the Lord and delivered from death Gen.8:1
warned his brethren of impending judgement. Honor by God with an everlasting covenant Gen.9:12-17
Abraham Father Faithful-
Abraham was called out of the land of Urr from his father house to go into the Land where the Lord would direct him on this his divine call the call that change his life and , made him the faithful father of the
Children of Israel. Joseph the man of Jacob who rose from slavery to prime minister Gen. 37-50
This is the biblical story about a young man named Joseph. His father's name is Jacob, and they lived in Canaan where his grandfather was from. , and he had eleven brothers; and only had one brother younger than him. Joseph, a young Hebrew boy who was sold by his brothers into slavery, finds himself in the land of Egypt. ... Joseph, a virtuous Hebrew boy, is sold into slavery by his jealous brothers.
Melchizedek king of Salem appear out of know where
Melchizedek king of Salem The name Melchizedek was considered by the Jews to mean “the king of righteousness” (Hebrews 7:2), or “my king” (Malchi) “is righteousness” (zedek). The name should be compared with that of Adoni-zedek (Joshua 10:1).
It appears most probable that Zedek was the name of a Canaanite deity, and that the names Adoni-zedek, Melchizedek, meant “my Lord is Zedek,” “my king is Zedek,” just as Adoni-jah, Malchijah, meant “my Lord is Jah” and “my king is Jah.”
Ii In Melchizedek we have a type of Christ (Psalm 110:4; Hebrews 5:6; Hebrews 5:10; Hebrews 7:1-21), and so venerable is his character and aspect that Jewish tradition identified him with the patriarch Shem, thus reconciling also to themselves his superiority over their forefather Abraham. But this idea is contradicted by Hebrews 7:3. He was more probably the king of some Semitic race who still occupied Salem, but from whom it was at a subsequent period wrested by the Jebusites, who called it Jebus, after the name of their ancestor (Judges 19:10-11). Up to David’s days it seems to have still had a titular king (2Samuel 24:23), and upon his conquest of it its old name reappears, but with a prefix, and henceforward it was known as Jeru-salem,
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The typical value of Melchizedek’s priesthood lies not merely in his being “king of righteousness and king of peace,” but even more in his priesthood being universal, limited by no external ordinances, and attached to no particular race or people.
Moreover, he is a king-priest (Psalms 110), and by taking precedence of Abram. and blessing him, and receiving of him tithes, he became the representative of a higher priesthood than any that could spring from Abram’s loins. Bread and wine.—The representatives of food of all kinds, both liquid and solid.
Though the primary object of this offering was the refreshing of the bodies of Abram’s men, and of the prisoners wearied with their long march to and fro, yet we cannot but recognize in it a fore-showing of the bestowal by Christ, the anti-type, upon His Church of the spiritual food of His most blessed Body and Blood.
Jesus is the Lord