From the category archives:

Genesis

In the Beginning God…

by Bryant Evans on January 4, 2011

The first verse of the Bible says a lot. “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” God marks the beginning and ending of all we know. He was present at the first sunrise and will be the one to bring everything to an end. It’s hard to think about but God came […]

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Monday Memo: Righteous Abel

by Bryant Evans on January 3, 2011

Abel is a pivotal character in Scripture. Ironically, little is revealed about the son of Adam and Eve but his life marks an important point in history. Abel is first mentioned in Genesis 4:2 as the second of two children born to the first couple. His name appears in only 13 verses in the Bible […]

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Monday Memo – Joseph

by Bryant Evans on February 9, 2009

“The keeper of the prison paid no attention to anything that was in Joseph’s charge. because the Lord was with him. And whatever he did, the Lord made it succeed. (Genesis 39:23) CNN told us Friday that Americans were turning to fortune tellers to help them get through the present economic hardships. That only proves […]

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When Evil is Good

by Bryant Evans on February 8, 2009

There are times when we wonder why we struggle so much. We wonder why there seems to be so much badness or evil in the world. Why must the righteous suffer while the wicked seem to prosper and flourish? Questions like these are neither new nor uncommon. Often the psalmist cried to God for deliverance […]

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Monday Memo – Abraham

by Bryant Evans on July 21, 2008

The earliest days of the life of Abraham are a bit foggy. He lived in the east, in a place called Ur. He lived with his wife, his father and brothers. The place where they lived was given over to pagan worship. Men worshipped numerous gods, each with responsibility for some aspect of their lives. […]

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