God’s Dealing with Sin – Genesis 7

God’s Dealing with Sin 14 March 2021 PM – Genesis 7 – Gen2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: God struck Uzzah dead for touching the Ark of the Covenant while Queen Jezebel lived a wicked life for years before God judged her. God’s timing is not always the same, but He always deals righteously with sin […]

The Rich Fool – Luke 12:13-21

The Rich Fool 14 March 2021 AM – Luke 12:13-21 – Parables21 – Scott Childs Introduction: Your gold may impress others, but not God. He uses gold as bitumen on the streets of heaven. There is more to life than money! Transition: In our text, I find three important statements about life that Jesus said […]

Noah’s Wicked World – Gen 6:5-22

Noah’s Wicked World 7 March 2021 PM – Genesis 6:5-22 – Gen2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: We never truly know the pain another suffers until we go through something similar. Thus, we will never really know how God felt when his beautiful, perfect creation became so corrupt that He could no longer bear it and […]

Parables on Prayer – Luke 11:1-13

Parables on Prayer 7 March 2021 AM – Luke 11:1-13 – Parables21 – Scott Childs Introduction: Years ago, E. M. Bounds wrote, “What the Church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new organizations or more novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use—men of prayer, men mighty in prayer.” An […]

The Sons of God – Genesis 6:1-4

The Sons of God 28 February 2021 PM – Genesis 6:1-4 – Gen2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: (Read text) I believe that our text this evening explains the struggle to pass on the faith that we saw last week in Genesis 5. Genesis 6:1-4 overlaps Genesis 5. Satan was using bad marriages to hinder godly […]

The Good Samaritan – Luke 10:25-37

The Good Samaritan 28 February 2021 AM – Luke 10:25-37 – Parables21 – Scott Childs Introduction: On one occasion, a religious lawyer or a Jewish Bible scholar asked Jesus a question to tempt or test His theology. Follow along as I read the account in Luke 10:25-28.             After hearing Jesus’ answer, we read … […]