Tonight starts Pastor Wrinkles class in the Pentateuch! I will of course be wearing my special Pastor Wrinkles uniform so that every one will know they are in the right class! I am so thankful that my senior pastor has given me permission to teach this material and I am hopeful that I will bring honor to Professor Hartwick’s memory! Ah yes and to everyone attending the class…Chapter charts are a part of the homework! 🙂
Genesis chapter 25 sermon topics/titles:
1. Give While You Live Ge. 25: 6
2. Living near the God Who Sees: Ge. 25:11
3. The Root of Hostility Ge. 25: 18
Genesis chapter 26 sermon topics/titles:
1. Generational Sin Ge. 26:1-11
2. Persecuted For Prosperity: Ge. 26:12-22
3. The Importance of renewing the vision Ge. 26:23-25
Let’s see what you come up with. 🙂
Hi Pastor J,
I actually find this to be so much more than just a title. It is awesome to get in the word deeper than I have ever been. I’m not as poetic as you but then again I’m not a writer or a preacher. Here’s my try on these chapters.
1. Struggles within. 25: 22-24
2. Was it worth it? 25:34
3. A moment in haste, forever changed. 25:29-34
1. Father like son. 26:7-10
2. A “well” sprung promise. 26:30-33.
3. From which well will you drink? 26:17-25.
These are great Debby! It is a great way to get into the Word isn’t it? “A moment in haste forever changed ” is a great title and topic. This is certainly a subject most of us can relate to!
Thanks Pastor J
I must say how very helpful these chapter charts are 🙂 Thank you! (I’m using them for studying/ summarizing material other than the Bible. Thanks for the idea!)
@ Debby – you’re good! And brave too 🙂 You’re such an inspiration .
Yay! I am so glad you are able to find a good use for the chapter charts! 🙂
I agree with Ann!
Liked Persecuted For Prosperity! And Debby’s, a well sprung promise! 🙂 Best wishes for you, Pastor J, as you begin to teach. I’m really excited for you and for your students!
God bless you and keep bringing you wonders from His word!
Thanks Debbie! Class was so much fun last night. Next week we have to cover 21 chapters of Genesis. Yikes!