By Faith, part 9. Success for the people of God does not rest on their own ingenuity to make things happen, which unleashes chaos, but rests on God’s promise.
By Faith, part 8. Abraham repeats his mistake of lying about his wife to a pagan King, Abimelek, but he does so out of fear and unbelief in the Goodness of God.
By Faith, part 7. Even though you and I are sometimes successful and sometimes sinful, sometimes faithful and sometimes failures, Jesus will in the end get us across the line into the presence of God.
By Faith, part 6. How do we respond when life is painful and prayers seem unanswered?
By Faith, part 5. From the moment that God took Abraham out of the world, God spent the rest of Abraham’s life getting the world out of him.
By Faith, part 4. God makes a Covenant—an unbreakable promise—with Abram. In his grace and provision, God ensures the promise depends on him alone, and not on Abram’s performance.
By Faith, part 3. Who is this amazing and mysterious character Melchizedek, who shows up in Genesis chapter 14? Is he simply a Canaanite King, or could he be the appearance of someone much more incredible?
By Faith, part 2. Not have enough can be a problem! But so can having too much.
By Faith, part 1. The one constant in the story of Abraham is the faithfulness of God, and today we see that Abraham wasn’t without sin, and took a wrong turn on the journey.