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  • God Is Very Nice Indeed, Let Me Count The Ways By: William R. Nabaza Of Www

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Feb 18, 2012
    based on 1 rating

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    GOD Is Very Nice Indeed, Let Me Count The Ways by: William R. Nabaza of Genesis 33:5 And he lifted up his eyes, and saw the women and the children; and said, Who are those with thee? And he said, The children which God hath graciously given thy servant. graciously given from more

  • Returning To Our Proper Place In God Series

    Contributed by Bruce Landry on Jan 26, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    We continue our walk with Jacob as he meets Esau. Jacob shows us a great deal of wise stewardship in this chapter. Jacob follows through and returns home in obedience to God.

    Returning to Our Proper Place in God Jacob’s Reunion with Esau Jacob’s Return in obedience to God’s Promised Land I noticed in the Bristol Bay Times this week that a serviceman and his family were able to visit Dillingham. Imagine he had been gone 13 years. I know that when Gloria and I more

  • Jacob-Hello And Good Bye, Brother Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Apr 22, 2022

    Jacob had left home and a very angry brother 20 years earlier. Now his brother, Esau, was coming to meet Jacob with 400 armed soldiers. Jacob was probably expecting a final (!) good bye but not the "hello!' Esau gave him!

    Introduction: Jacob had left his home and family about 20 years before this event. Esau, his twin brother, was so upset at the time that he wanted to kill Jacob! Now that Jacob was returning to his home area, he sent messengers to Esau. The reply? “Esau is coming to meet you, and he’s bringing 400 more

  • Confronting The Inevitable

    Contributed by Norris Harris I on Jan 1, 2003
    based on 90 ratings

    We all must deal with the Consequence of our own Character-Our Esau. This message deals with How to Confront The Inevitable Confrontation with Our Past.

    SOONER OR LATER WE MUST FACE ESAU! Verse 1 says: "And Jacob lifted up his eyes, and looked, and,behold, ESAU CAME and with him four hundred men." For 21 years Jacob had avoided a face-to-face encounter with Esau. At the age of 40, Jacob had to leave home unexpectedly to save his life on more

  • Estás A Tiempo De Reconciliar Series

    Contributed by Wilbur Madera Rivas on May 30, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Si es posible y depende de ti...¡Reconcíliate!

    Estás a tiempo de Reconciliarte Intro: ¡Qué hermoso es escuchar que se salvó una relación! Qué edificante es escuchar las historias de personas que se estaban separando o desuniendo y dieron marcha atrás en sus deseos, trabajando juntos para buscar una reconciliación. Y es que para more

  • Who's The Nice Guy? Series

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Apr 1, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    Even as Jacob and Esau meet, it seems like Esau is the more righteous of the two brothers. However, it is Jacob whom God has chosen.

    Genesis 33 January 24, 2004 One of the big questions that the book of Genesis has answered has been, "Where do we come from?" For the Israelites sitting around Mount Sinai this has been pretty heady stuff. The creation of the world, the deliverance through the flood and the story of the more

  • Your Personal Esau

    Contributed by Bright Adeyeye on Dec 10, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    God had given Jacob a new beginning, a new name and a new identity. But there was something left undone. He had not sought forgiveness. As he was stepping into the new beginning, Esau was waiting.

    YOUR PERSONAL ESAU "Now Jacob lifted his eyes and looked, and there, Esau was coming, and with him were four hundred men. So he divided the children among Leah, Rachel, and the two maidservants." Genesis 33:1. Genesis chapter 32 ends with a remarkable image from the life of Jacob. The more

  • Jacob Turned Israel Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Mar 3, 2019

    Jacob though he was very worldly and started his life as a selfish and deceptive man, learned quickly to become a very diligent man.

    Theme: Jacob turned Israel Text: Genesis 33:1-11 Joke: A man was celebrating his 100th birthday and everybody complimented him on how athletic and well-preserved he appeared. "Gentlemen, I will tell you the secret of my success," he cackled. "I have been in the open-air day after more

  • God Shall Be My God Series

    Contributed by Thomas Black on Sep 6, 2006
    based on 15 ratings

    God can restore broken relationships with other people... and himself.

    I want us to take a brief walk through this chapter in Genesis 33. Of course, in context it follows the three days covered in Genesis 32 in which Jacob finds out his brother is coming to meet him with 400 men. The rest of that chapter is wrapped up in Jacob’s human attempts and frailties to undo more

  • How Is Your View From The Bridge? Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Sep 30, 2006
    based on 20 ratings

    God has called us to take the initiative in bringing reconciliation.

    How Is Your View From the Bridge? Text: Gen. 33:1-20 Introduction 1. Read Gen. 33:1-20 2. Illustration: God’s love is like a bridge that makes reconciliation possible. If you take away the bridge, the separation remains. George Herbert said, “He who cannot forgive others breaks the more

  • Gracious Lost People Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 9, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    As Christians, we must learn to appreciate and enjoy the image of God in others – even those who do not know Jesus Christ. Sometimes, lost people can be wonderful -- and may be more gracious than some who know the Lord.

    Gracious Lost People (Genesis 33:1-20) 1. Lots of things in life are relative. 2. Do you know what the snail said as it road on the back of a tortoise? Wheeeee! 3. When we talk about people, we are usually talking in relative terms. In guys eyes, "all of sinned and fall short of the more

  • Reconciled Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on May 24, 2021

    Let me ask you 3 questions to begin today: 1) Quickly think of someone who is hard to forgive? Do you have them in mind? Is it one of your family members? 2) What makes it hard for you to forgive them? 3) Would you like to become more forgiving?

    Let me ask you 3 questions to begin today: 1) Quickly think of someone who is hard to forgive? Do you have them in mind? Is it one of your family members? 2) What makes it hard for you to forgive them? 3) Would you like to become more forgiving? True forgiveness is a miracle and no human more

  • The Face Of God Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 18, 2021

    Look for the face of God in the face of forgiveness, favor, and fellowship on your brothers in sisters in Christ.

    Some time ago, a small east coast community was struggling financially, so they called an open town meeting to discuss the problem. A couple dozen people were there, including a stranger that no one seemed to know. Most assumed he was a tourist who had just dropped in on the meeting. He started to more

  • Esau Meets A Changed Man Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Jun 9, 2022

    After Jacob wrestles with God and becomes Israel he must face his brother Esau He fled from him 20 years earlier. Prayer can break down the barriers. It was sin that made the two brothers enemies. It was God’s grace that made the two enemies brothers.

    Before Augustine became a Christian, he lived a life of sin. Then he became a changed man. When a woman of immorality and his former mistress saw Augustine, he passed by her. What are you doing? she asked, don’t you recognize me? It is I? Yes, Augustine said, but it is no longer I. The man who more

  • Failure Not Final Sermon Ii: Forgiveness Is The Key To Resolution Of Failure Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Mar 11, 2020

    Despite failures, sins, mistakes, errors of judgment - God can turn a dysfunctional relationship into a wonderful reunion of joy if we will forgive as God has forgiven us and then act in good faith.

    FORGIVENESS THE KEY TO THE FINAL RESOLUTION OF FAILURE Failure is not final with the Father. Forgiveness is the key to the resolution of a relationship failure such as a family feud that is longstanding and most likely rooted in a dysfunctional more