Lord Byron (George Gordon)
Pervert, 18, sobs as he is snared by paedophile hunters trying to meet a nine-year-old boy for sex at a We not only fail to increase their happiness, but we rob ourselves of the joy that generosity brings. God became an object of fear. This strenuous search for wisdom is actually a search for God Himself Pr 2:
So he sent a dove, which on its second try returned with an olive leaf—nowhere to land, but evidence of plant life. I guess I was wrong about the passion being gone. He was also proceeding rapidly with Don Juan. Larisa entered my room again, this time a gray towel was wrapped around her body, hanging on her breasts. We interlocked our fingers tightly as I pinned her to the wall, pumping my rock-hard erection at her yearning, married cunt. She shot up like a pop tart out of a toaster, startling me. A house of worship is a place For praise and reverent prayer; Let holy thoughts your spirit fill Each time you enter there.
Is there anything you are hiding from people you respect or from God? You will suffer under the weight of concealed sin. Confess it, and flee from the temptation to repeat it. Is anything this world offers worth the inevitable stress and loss of divine intimacy? Genesis tells us that in the beginning, God created the heavens, the earth, and all living creatures. The emphasis is on God, who alone created the universe and is qualified to rule over it.
God intended for men and women to worship Him and to cultivate the garden in which He had placed them. In Genesis 3, we see that God alone knows the difference between good and evil. But the serpent tempted Eve with the very thing that had ruined him-the desire to be like God Ge 3: The results were disastrous. Adam and Eve experienced shame Ge 3: Eventually they would suffer death as well. But notice that the serpent was cursed Ge 3: Although there were consequences for their rebellion, Adam and Eve actually received a promise-that an offspring would crush the head of the serpent.
There are many distorted views of humanity around. Some claim that humans are just the result of random mutations. Others claim that a person ceases to exist at death. Yet the Bible presents a high view of humanity. Genesis 3 shows that God provides a way of redemption for humans, but not for the serpent.
In other words, God reveals that the climax of His creation, humanity, is worth saving. The first one comes from the opening lines of the novel, which show how the walls that blockade communication tend to destroy us rather than protect: Perhaps I could have saved us all. But I never spoke them. Of all the lessons about the Fall of Man in Genesis 3, of which there are many, the one that speaks the loudest about Adam and Eve's relationship is what is not said. In fact, in all of Scripture there isn't a scratch of recorded dialogue between Adam and Eve.
Adam made general statements and spoke to God, Eve did the same and conversed with the serpent—but the Bible doesn't mention a single conversation or even a quote directed from one to the other.
Certainly they spoke to each other at some point during the many centuries they spent together, but the biblical evidence may suggest that their communication level was sorely lacking.
Two observations show us that Adam probably told Eve about God's command against eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. First, only Adam was present when God gave that commandment Gen. Second, Eve failed to recall the commandment as God stated it. She added to it, saying they were forbidden to touch it.
She removed the word freely from her description of what they could eat. She changed the construction of how God had stated the penalty for sin. Through this failure to communicate as a couple, obedience lost its value in Eve's eyes.
She succumbed to the serpent's lies and her desire for the one fruit she could not have. Adam took the fruit without a word. Suddenly, the dynamic in Eden changed. God became an object of fear. Adam and Eve sought cover. God's penalty fell on them and their heirs and all creation with them.
Because Adam and Eve functioned as two isolated individuals, each vulnerable to sin. Their lack of communication kept them apart from each other and from God. Communication in several key areas can help guard us from deception and temptation. It begins with knowing God's Word and uniting with Him in prayer.
We can't expect to stay true to God without talking to Him. We also need other people we can trust—share the lessons you learn from the Word, voice your problems, and strengthen each other with wisdom. When he reached the river Nile, he saw a lion on its bank—and being fearfully afraid, climbed up a tree.
He found a serpent in the upper branches of the tree, and again being greatly alarmed, he threw himself into the river, where a crocodile caught him and ate him. Thus the earth, the air, and the water alike refused shelter to a murderer. How did Cain, the first child of Adam and Eve, come to the fearful state of being a murderer?
Cain and Abel both brought offerings to the Lord. It is not recorded that God had given any specific instructions about this, but no doubt Adam had taught his family about maintaining a good relationship with Him.
Abel, being a shepherd, made an offering from the firstborn of his flock. Cain, being a farmer, brought some of his produce. God was pleased with Abel's sacrifice, but not with Cain's. The text does not give us a reason to think the difference lay in the content of the sacrifices. Rather, the problem was one of heart attitude and motivation.
Abel's offering showed honor to God, true gratitude, and worship cf. Cain's offering was at the least careless—he didn't offer his firstfruits—and his response revealed an even deeper bitterness or anger. But He also showed him mercy. After the murder, He showed more mercy by putting some kind of mark on Cain to protect him from vengeance.
He also showed mercy to Adam and Eve by giving them another son, Seth, after the loss of their son Abel. How has He shown mercy to you? We were all sinners deserving death before Christ stepped in, so we should all be able to give many examples. Today, share with someone a personal testimony of a specific way in which God has been merciful to you.
Share it with a nonbeliever—you might attract them to the Lord. Or share it with a believer—you can rejoice and glorify God together! When we consider the purpose for which we are created-to join in the eternal worship of the triune God-Genesis 4 is painful to read.
This account can be hard to understand. It seems as if Abel and Cain brought similar offerings to the Lord and that the Lord accepted one offering and rejected the other, for apparently no good reason. In fact, people sometimes look toward this passage to claim that God is capricious. But a closer look at the text reveals the opposite. First, notice that Genesis 4: We have no indication what the quality of this produce was; we certainly have no hint that it was the best of the harvest.
Additionally, the firstborn always indicated something prized. In other words, Abel gave the best he had, and Cain offered whatever he was willing to spare.
This righteous man Gen. The early verses of Genesis 6 describe what some believe to be sexual activity between fallen angels and human women that produced a corrupt race--a gross sin that God judged by imprisoning these angels 2 Peter 2: He apparently had no human example of godliness he could imitate, and no one in his generation who shared his love for God except his wife and family.
It had never rained before, and there was no obvious need for a large boat. Every piece of wood Noah cut and fit was a statement of faith. His faith exposed their unbelief; he was saved by his belief, and they were condemned by their unbelief. But he did everything God told him to do Gen. I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. Carried by a common rat flea, it spread from China to Europe by means of trade routes.
Victims of the plague suffered a high fever, severe pain, and hemorrhaging, and usually died within five days. The disease struck with lightning speed, and inspired such fear that people refused to care for the sick and were sometimes unable to keep up with burying the dead.
As humanity multiplied and spread after the Fall, so did sin. Nonetheless, in the story of Noah, we continue to see His mercy. But as He surveyed the earth, His justice required judgment. Noah, who was blameless and walked with God, was the means to save humanity and to start fresh. God gave him blueprints for the Ark, a passenger list, and instructions about the cargo. Although both a worldwide flood and a boat that size were far beyond his understanding, Noah obeyed.
More than a year after it began to rain, Noah and his family emerged from the Ark to a planet swept clean. In gratitude for His saving mercy, Noah and his family worshiped the Lord.
The original Noah's Ark was a merciful provision from God. Sin had come to dominate the story of humanity: Since God hates sin, He was happy to dish out punishment, right? He must judge sin, but He loves us so much that it hurts Him to do so. Once again, this story sounds the twin notes of judgment and mercy. God would punish sin with a Flood that would wipe out all human and animal life, but He would save a remnant.
That remnant was Noah and his family. As a righteous man, Noah contrasted strongly with the people of his generation. He walked with God as a friend, and God shared His plans with him, telling him to build a large boat and put on board a zoo of animal species—a kind of ancient DNA library! Noah obeyed in faith Ge 6: God sent the animals, everyone got on board, and He Himself shut the door. Then it began to rain. What a sobering picture of the extinction of life on earth, an appalling outworking of the punishment of death.
One aspect of our purpose as Christians is to live in light of the Second Coming of Christ. Peter said that people who don't accept the truth of Jesus' return are as badly off as those who were skeptical about Noah's warnings about the imminent Flood see notes 2 Peter 3: As we can see in today's reading, God takes sin very seriously indeed.
Too often many of us do not include confession as a regular part of our prayer lives. Too often we think only red-letter sins need confessing. Our consciences are simply not tender enough. Today, confess your sins before the Lord. Let His Holy Spirit examine and convict you. Nineteenth-century missionaries were amazed by a legend about a holy couple who escaped destruction when the god Thakur Jiu sent a great flood to destroy wicked humanity.
This remarkable account suggests possible residual memory of Noah and the flood. Next we find the arrogant and evil Lamech, who is far worse than Cain. By the time we get to Genesis 6, unspeakable evil is taking place. The Flood is both judgment and promise.
With a hammer in one hand, Noah was also urging repentance. But most people refused to listen and, for them, the Flood was judgment. But for Noah and his family, the Flood provided a fresh start. In the midst of corruption and violence, Noah and his family alone obeyed God. After the Flood, Noah and his sons built an altar to the Lord Gen. Genesis 9 records the gracious covenant that God made with Noah and future humanity, promising that never again would the flood waters cover the earth.
As a covenant sign, God set His rainbow in the clouds v. But just as God provided a way for Noah and his family to make it through the flood, so also God makes a way to escape His coming wrath through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ 1 Peter 3: By faith, Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family.
His neighborhood of strictly observant Jews is known to be insular and safe. He knew the route well, but this particular day, got disoriented.
Tragically, the stranger he stopped to ask for directions had a psychotic history. The boy never made it home. Our world is a terrifying place. Children disappear, and terrorists board planes. Noah, however, was a righteous man who walked with God. God confided in Noah His intentions to judge his generation and literally wipe out everyone, with the exception of Noah and his family, from the earth. To imagine the devastation and destruction to come must have left Noah breathless, both because of the magnitude of the death sentence and the acquittal he and his family had been issued.
Perhaps he had to stare down fears of his own. There was certainly no guarantee that Noah would even be allowed to work freely on this boat of colossal proportions. Faith compelled him to take God at His word. Faith also moved him into action. Rather than focus on enemies and obstacles, Noah acknowledged that God was powerful and also good. He knew that he owed God obedience.
The fear of the Lord prompts us to take seriously every word He speaks. God is actively speaking to each of us, especially right in the midst of our fear. Perhaps He is speaking words of comfort that His presence is still with you. Get still enough to listen. A dream of Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser, this two-mile-long dam aimed to end Nile River flooding and provide electrical power for the entire country.
The construction involved political and environmental controversy, but Nasser pushed his vision through. When finished, the dam created an enormous reservoir three hundred miles long and ten miles wide.
Human history had gone sour since the Fall. God saw corruption and violence everywhere Ge 6: Though judgment was needed, He first took the initiative to make a creation-saving covenant with Noah, one which would preserve both human and natural life v. What made Noah different? He was righteous and blameless. He walked with God v. To maintain righteousness in the midst of such an evil time, he must have walked closely indeed! God gave Noah unbelievable instructions-to build a boat like no one had ever seen before, in a landlocked place where it would appear to be of no use.
The reason for building it was even more incredible-all living things would soon perish v. Indications are that a somewhat different ecological system was at work before the Flood compare Gen. If possible today, go to a large, open area. Water in the wilderness signifies grace, the springing up of life in a dry and weary land. But what signifies grace when there is too much water? The olive branch plucked from a living tree after the ravages of the flood promised such an oasis.
The third time it departed for good. Just think how joyful they were to see that leaf! The olive leaf also symbolizes a renewal of life.
God destroyed the face of the earth by the flood, and here was a fresh leaf, a sign of new life growing in the chastened world. This is a good lesson for us to remember when God disciplines us. Can you imagine what life would be like without the pattern of seasons? Thank God for ordering the seasons this fall: And thank God for the protection He offers us during these times of tumult and storms. It explains evidence that other scientists believe required billions of years of mostly gradual changes.
Did the Grand Canyon erode ever so slowly under the chronic duress of an ancient river, or did a cataclysmic event carve out its path in mere moments? Are fossils proof of organic life entrapped and preserved periodically over eons, or did the worldwide flood ensnare traces of every living thing and deposit them in layers during the devastating global transformation brought on by God?
Apart from the scientific issues, the Flood poses an even bigger question for us as we consider how God relates to all that He made: This act of wrath is actually best explained in the promise God gave: The Flood is just as much a story of grace, mercy, and love as it is of judgment.
The birds aboard the ark became scouts for Noah as he awaited a safe opportunity to disembark vv. In response, God vowed to Himself never to curse the ground and destroy life in that way again.
But look at the indictment of humanity nested in that promise: Many critics of the flood account find it unconscionable to believe God would destroy innocent life. But the time of innocence had become a distant memory on the earth. The punishment God meted out was just—and tempered by His grace toward Noah. We begin to believe that happy, healthy, and undisturbed lives are our birthright.
But this passage is a reminder of the gravity of our sins against God and our proclivity for wickedness to inhabit the very heart of our intentions. Take this time to confess your sins to God and to praise Him and thank Jesus Christ for taking the penalty of your sins.
In a similar way, in today's reading Noah used two birds to scout for him and his family. The rain had stopped, but was it safe yet to emerge from the Ark? First he sent a raven, but a raven is a strong bird that could fly a long time without alighting. So he sent a dove, which on its second try returned with an olive leaf—nowhere to land, but evidence of plant life. The third time the dove didn't return, and Noah knew it was safe to come out, which God confirmed.
From start to finish, they had been in the Ark about a year. Noah built an altar in grateful thanks and worship to the Lord. Pleased with this attitude, God pledged never to wipe out life in this way again Ge 8: God designated the rainbow as a sign of this fresh start, His promise, and His covenant.
Rainbows may have been a new environmental phenomenon; and clearly they were invested here with a profound significance. Every time we see one in the sky we should remember God's mercy to us. The cycle of sin and judgment could have gone on indefinitely. Genesis could have kept repeating, over and over. But God took the gracious initiative to break the cycle. He had better things in store! Like Noah sending out birds from the Ark, perhaps you are in a period of waiting in your life.
You may be waiting to see what God will do, or where He will lead. You can rest secure in the confidence that He also uses these waiting times in our lives. Look at the situation as an opportunity to grow in patience, which is part of the fruit of the Spirit.
In the weeks that followed his arrest, we learned that Hanssen had the capability to cause serious damage to national security because of his years of experience in the intelligence community.
Spy stories will always be front-page news, because even in our scandal-ridden culture we still expect people to be faithful to their commitments. Noah was in the most sensitive position imaginable, the only righteous person God could find on the whole earth in that generation. Noah held his own life and the lives of his family in his hands--and because his life was marked by faith, Noah acted faithfully when God commanded him to build the ark.
Noah also committed an act of faith when the waters subsided and the ark was opened. The first thing he did was offer God a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving.
The language here is similar to creation because, in effect, Noah and his family were beginning the human race again. God also re-emphasized the sacredness of human life, an echo of the statement in Genesis 1: In other words, God honors faith! Then make a daily commitment to live faithfully for the Lord no matter what. The idea seems to be that rainbows inspire thoughts of peace, happiness, or good fortune.
The rainbow does possess a significance that lies deep in the memory of the human race. But it has nothing to do with New Age dreams. The worldwide Flood had ended, the waters had receded, and life was about to start anew. God had preserved not only human beings, but also two of every kind of animal cf.
The basis for this fresh start is a new covenant, symbolized in the apparently new phenomenon of the rainbow. The parties to this covenant include every creature that had been on the Ark, in addition to Noah and his family. This is the only time in Scripture that animals are explicitly mentioned as participating in a covenant. Why are they listed? The Flood had been universal, affecting the whole of the created world.
So the promise that there would never be such a flood again Genesis 9: How much does God love creation? All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them. The land was marshy. The weather was cold and stormy, and flooding was common. It was in the middle of nowhere. Yet here Peter the Great decided to build an imperial seaport.
The energetic czar handled much of the planning himself, sketching buildings and even choosing flowers for the city gardens. Hundreds of thousands of conscripted itinerant workers toiled to fill the swamp with dirt and wood—and 25, of them died.
To populate his new town, the czar ordered reluctant nobles to move there from Moscow. What an unlikely beginning for St. Petersburg, a beautiful city that has inspired countless painters, writers, and musicians, and recently celebrated its th birthday.
Someone like Peter the Great must have decided it would be a good idea to build the Tower of Babel. These people were ambitious and prideful, relying on themselves and failing to acknowledge or worship God.
Some scholars believe their tower would have been similar to a Mesopotamian ziggurat, a sort of pyramid with steps up the side. Since these structures often had a shrine or altar at the top, idolatry may have been involved here as well.
Archae-ologist Alfred Hoerth, however, argues that it was too soon historically for them to construct a ziggurat, and that they were actually building a migdal, a fortified tower or citadel.
Only divine intervention could check their rebellious pride. So He stepped in with a very practical solution—He multiplied their languages and brought an end to their ability to cooperate on the building project. It's worth noting that this event was not a judgment, but actually God's goodness to keep matters from worsening. In heading off this pursuit of evil and thus the need for judgment, God kept His promise to Noah. Enroll in a foreign language course!
God confused human language at the Tower of Babel, but He also rejoices in its variety. Spanish would be a good choice, since it's the second most common language in America. Or look around your neighborhood and start learning the language of some recent immigrants. Many people refused to leave through the designated checkpoints out of fear and distrust. Leaving home for an unknown destination would be difficult for anyone, regardless of the potential reward or the imminent danger.
About 4, years ago—and only a few hundred miles away from Tall Afar—a man named Abram faced the choice of whether to go or stay. God called him out of his home in Ur and away from the idolatry of his homeland Josh. God was very clear about what He would do for Abram. But still He was asking Abram to make a major sacrifice and providing very few details.
We know what happened to Abram, the first of the Patriarchs and the subject of our study over the next several days.
God's call to Abram Chapter 11 records Abram's genealogy and the account of his father, Terah, so the call in Ur could have been placed here in the text simply to shift the focus of the narrative to Abram. Abram and Sarai had no children Abram left with no idea where God might lead him or how he would become a great nation.
If we trace Abram's journey from Ur to Shechem, where God finally gave Abram confirmation that he had arrived in God's desired location, we see that he traveled about 1, miles, roughly the distance from Chicago to Boston. Abram's obedience to God endured throughout the journey as he paid tribute to God multiple times vv.
One phrase typifies the new life of faith that Abram adopted: Abram left a life of wealth in a prosperous region for life in a tent in a faraway land. The best of us may give God our time, our effort, and our money, but rarely are we willing to relinquish our comfort.
To show the faith of our fathers, we should be ready to surrender our lives. Ask God to weaken your attachment to your lifestyle and free you to enjoy the blessing of His will.
He was looking forward to the city with foundations, whose architect and builder is God. Abram was middle-aged, prosperous, settled, and thoroughly pagan. Abraham traded the house and good life in Ur for the existence of a nomadic tent-dweller in Canaan.
Abraham did not live to possess the land of Canaan, the land God promised to him. But Abraham still believed God, and by faith he saw the day when his descendants would receive the land as an inheritance. The writer of Hebrews stressed that Abraham did not even know where he was going when he first started out for Canaan. He built an altar and worshiped the Lord, and then did the same thing again a little later.
John said that the hope of being. These may be mostly keepsakes today, but in the days before public records of such events were kept, a family Bible may have been a lot more than an heirloom. Every name in the family line was carefully recorded. A person who was able to use family records to prove some sort of legitimate claim or relationship would have been thankful for such careful record keeping.
God is a careful record-keeper too--every name recorded in the genealogies of His Book is important. We could spend several days tracing the biblical line of descent from Seth all the way to Abraham. That line covered a long time period and some key people, which becomes obvious when you read Genesis 5 and encounter names like Enoch and Noah.
The family left Ur but then settled in Haran. On his sixth attempt, he became the first person to fly around the world alone without a motor.
Fossett and his balloon, the Spirit of Freedom, traveled for 13 days and more than 19, miles. He wore an oxygen mask most of the trip and had to change fuel tanks and do other maintenance tasks under freezing conditions. When he reached the southwestern tip of Australia on July 3, , he made history! In today's reading, Abram also made an amazing journey. He left behind his home culture and everything he knew. By leaving his father's household, he may have also forfeited his right to an inheritance.
He didn't even know his destination—all he had to go on was the character and promise of God. But for Abram, that was enough and the year-old stepped out on faith. There he set up an altar and worshiped the Lord. By faith he made his home in the promised land like a stranger in a foreign country; he lived in tents. For he was looking forward to the city with foundations, whose architect and builder is God.
Abram's faith is certainly on display here, but God's greatness and worthiness to be trusted are even more so. He made a covenant with Abram, a breathtaking series of promises about what He would do for him.
He would make his name great—as opposed to what people attempted at Babel, this is fine if God does it. He would turn one clan into a nation. He would bless and curse those who blessed and cursed His chosen people.
And He would make this nation into a blessing for all nations Ge An invaluable companion to your study of Genesis would be a Bible atlas—a book of maps from Bible times that goes beyond what you may have in the back of your Bible. As soon as you can, head off to your local Christian bookstore to obtain one. Or if you're not yet convinced how useful such a tool would be, at least borrow one from your local or church library. We recommend you keep one nearby during your devotional times this month.
Hardened by years of deprivation and crime, Valjean robs the bishop of some silver candlesticks and flees. Later, Valjean is caught and brought back to the bishop.
Valjean, anticipating judgment and punishment, is surprised when the bishop graciously gives him the candlesticks. Yesterday we read about the great Flood that came as judgment upon a depraved humanity. If we were to continue in Genesis, we would come to the sad account of the Tower of Babel. As we noted, Genesis 3 to 11 records one long descent into sin.
In choosing Abram, God declares his intention to do a brand new thing with humanity. Just as God spoke creation into existence, God begins his great new work of redemption by speaking vv.
No doubt it was very difficult for Abram to leave all he knew in order to go to an unknown place. But this initial command is followed by six statements of what God promises to do for Abram, beginning with making him a great nation and giving him a great name.
God also promised to make Abram a blessing to all peoples on the earth. Through this one man, God would extend His grace to the rest of the world. The call of Abram begins the central story of the Bible, namely, how God will work to redeem lost humanity and to restore His people back to the garden of fellowship with Him.
Over the next few weeks we will trace this story, focusing specifically on how all people of the world have been blessed through this one individual.
They see it as sort of an afterthought that Jesus had at the end of his ministry. Have you ever really thought about the Bible's teaching on missions? Today we see that Abraham's call is key to God's plan for the nations. In fact, the Bible's teaching on missions begins right here, in Genesis Be prepared for more surprises from the Old Testament concerning God's heart for all the nations.
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