Dr. Gene Scott Topic: Heroes of Faith

God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham

God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham- In Genesis we read that Abraham pitched his tent and built an alt...

God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham- In Genesis we read that Abraham pitched his tent and built an altar. The tent is an emblem of our earthly residence, our relationship to this earth. The altar signifies our relationship to God. Problems occur when we loose sight of God as our priority. Genesis 12,13; Hebrews 11:8. LF-0084 © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Isaac

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Isaac- God told Abraham to t...

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Isaac- God told Abraham to take Isaac to Mount Moriah and offer him for a burnt offering. It was a three day journey. God, for Abraham's faith, stopped him from offering his son. Several centuries later, in 2Chronicles 3:1, Solomon would build the house of the Lord at Jerusalem in Mount Moriah, and it is on that same Mount (Calvary) that our Saviour Christ Jesus would be crucified and be resurrected three days later. Hebrews...

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God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Sarah

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Sarah- Abraham's Faith was t...

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Sarah- Abraham's Faith was tried and tested by God; "You and Sarah will have the child of promise." Sarah faithed God for that child. God's word gives the hope; Faith seizes the hope and makes it become a thing of substance. Hebrews 11; Genesis 13,14,15. LF-0085 © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Abraham and Sarah's Lie

In Genesis 20:7, Abimelech recognized Abraham as a prophet and this is during the episode where A...

In Genesis 20:7, Abimelech recognized Abraham as a prophet and this is during the episode where Abraham and Sarah are caught in a lie.  In Genesis 20:13, it becomes clear that they had been telling this same lie for many years. This does away with the idea that perfection is required to be one of God's servants. Hebrews 11; Genesis 17-20. LF-0086     © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Eli & Samuel

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Eli and Samuel. From Samuel's day onward...

Dr. Scott teaches from Hebrews on God's Heroes of Faith: Eli and Samuel. From Samuel's day onward, you find the ministry of the prophet moves along beside the King and with every king there is a prophet and with every king there is a priest. All three set the stage for Jesus to come: who came as King, Prophet, and Priest (all in one). Hebrews 11 Jeremiah 26, I Samuel 2. LF-0106 © Copyright 1978

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God's Heroes of Faith: Elijah's Characteristics...

Three things separated Elijah from the rest: he Cared more for God's honor than his own well bein...

Three things separated Elijah from the rest: he Cared more for God's honor than his own well being; he was willing to hang his body on God's word in spite of circumstance; he had disciplined and practiced awareness of God's presence. Elijah expressed a continual living relationship with God.  Hebrews 11; 1 Kings 17,18.  LF-0115 © Copyright 1978

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