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Joseph in Egypt

In this lesson, we examine what trials Joseph went through in Egypt, how Joseph responded to those trials, and how God worked a great and compassionate plan through it all. We also take time to note how we can follow Joseph’s example in our own lives.

Joseph’s Early Life

In this lesson, we examine how God sovereignly arranged circumstances in Joseph’s early life to bring Joseph to Potiphar’s household in Egypt. We also ask what we can learn from this account in Genesis for our own lives, that is, how we can trust in God’s good plans when it looks like God’s promises are being…

Isaac and Rebekah

In this Sunday school lesson, we investigate the account of Abraham’s servant acquiring Rebekah as a wife for Isaac in Genesis 24. As we observe, interpret, and apply this passage, we specifically consider how God demonstrated covenant kindness to Abraham and what that covenant kindness means for believers today.

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Abraham and Isaac

In this lesson, we examine the Genesis record of Abraham offering Isaac as a sacrifice to God. Why did God ask Abraham to do it? Why did Abraham obey? How should Abraham’s example encourage us to trust God and wait for His provision? We look to answer those questions and also identify what this episode has…

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Sodom and Gomorrah

In this lesson, we examine Sodom and Gomorrah’s destruction. Why did God judge these cities? Why did God spare Lot? How do we today compare to these ancient cities? This account in Genesis has much to tell us of God’s holiness, justice, and mercy.

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God’s Covenant with Abram

In this lesson, we look at God’s reiterations of His covenant with Abram. Specifically, we examine the covenant ceremony of Genesis 15, the covenant sign in Genesis 17, and then the covenant commentary in the New Testament. Abram emerges as an example of and the father of those who believe God and are counted righteous.

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God Calls Abram

In this lesson, we examine the call of Abram to leave his country and follow God. Specifically, we look to answer the following questions: Why did God call Abram? How did Abram respond? Why did Abram respond the way that he did? What ultimately motivated Abram? How ought we to be instructed by Abram’s example?