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Homiletics: Numbers 21

Contents ( not sentence, direct verbiage from Scripture ):   Where?                                                                 Who? 1 1-2 When Canaanite king Arad heard Israel coming, he attacked & captured some; Israel vow to L: if you deliver these people into our hands, we destroy their cities. 2 3-4 L gave Canaanites to them, they destroyed them & their towns, place named Hormah (destruction); traveled from Mt. Hor to Red Sea to go around Edom, ppl grew impatient. 3 5-6 Spoke vs. God&M: why you brought us out of E to die in wilderness, no bread, no water, we detest this miserable food; L sent venomous snakes, many died. 4 7-8 ppltoM: we sinned, pray L take snakes away, so M prayed; LtoM: make snake, put on pole, anyone bitten can look at & live. 5 9 M made bronze snake, put on pole, anyone bitten looked &

Homiletics: Romans 6

Contents ( not sentence, direct verbiage from Scripture ):   Where?                                                                 Who? 1 1-5 Shall we go on sinning that grace may increase? No.   Those who died to sin, how can we live in it?   Don’t you know all baptized into Christ baptized into His death?   We buried w/Him in order that as Christ raised from dead, we too live new life; we united w/Him in death, we certainly united in resurrection. 2 6-11 Our old self crucified w/Him so we no longer slaves to sin bec anyone who died =free from sin;   if we died w/Christ, we believe we live w/Him; since Christ raised, he cannot die again; He died once for all, He lives to God; in same way, count selves dead to sin, alive to God in Christ. 3 12-13 Do not let sin reign in your body so you obey evil; do not offer self as instrument of wickedness, offer selves to God as those brought

Homiletics Gensis 41-45

16 April 2013 Contents:             Where?                   Egypt, Canaan                  Who?   Joseph, Pharaoh, Joseph’s sons, bros, Israel 1 41:1-13 Two years later, no one could interpret Pharaoh’s dreams about cows and grain and the cupbearer told Pharaoh about Joseph’s interpretation of his & the baker’s dreams. 2 41:14-24 Pharaoh sent for Joseph, who credited God with interpretation and heard dreams. 3 41:25-37 Joseph said dreams are same: 7 years abundance followed by 7 years famine; seek discerning, wise man to oversee saving 1/5 produce during abundance so Egypt won’t perish and Pharaoh liked proposal. 4 41:38-49 Pharaoh set 30 y.o. Joseph over Egypt, gave him Egyptian name and wife and he stored grain in great abundance. 5 41:50-57 Joseph had 2 sons (Manasseh, Ephraim) then famine came and Joseph sold grain to Egyptians and the people of all the earth. 6