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The Equal and Opposite Reaction to Humanism

March 22, 2020 • Pastor Seth Amerine

This week we draw our series “Newton’s Third Law of Motion” to a close by studying the story of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11:1-9. Read the story and try to identify where these people went wrong and why God acted as He did. As you do this ask yourself this question: how do I allow Christ to be the source of my identity? Genesis 11:1-9

The Equal and Opposite Reaction to Righteousnes

** scrub to 6:15 to view the service.** • March 15, 2020 • Pastor Seth Amerine

** scrub to 6:15 to view the service.** The Equal and Opposite Reaction to Righteousness Genesis 6-9 Genesis 6:8, “But Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord.” - “Noah was a righteous man,” Noah desired the ways of God. - “blameless in his generation.” Noah was known as a man of integrity. - “Noah walked with God.” Noah depended on God for direction. The equal and opposite reaction to Noah’s righteousness: - Work of eternal significance. - Salvation for you and those around you. Proverbs 3:5-6; 22:1; Matthew 5:6, 12; Romans 10:1-4; 14:14, 23; Philippians 2:3; James 3:16

The Equal and Opposite Reaction to Worldly Grief

March 1, 2020 • Pastor Seth Amerine