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Sermons On Genesis, Jared Smith

AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“Your Living Heritage (3)”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• The living heritage of the early Patriarchs was their “sons and daughters”
• Highlighting four limitations of parental oversight
• First, you cannot control your adult children, but you can train them when they are young
• Second, you cannot determine the outcome, but you can manage the process
• Third, you cannot demand respect based merely on position, you must earn it by faithfully discharging your parental responsibilities
• Fourth, you cannot regenerate your children, but you can teach them the framework of sovereign grace

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“Your Living Heritage (2)”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• The living heritage of the early Patriarchs was their “sons and daughters”
• Explaining how parents are neglecting their children, by abdicating their authority and delegating their covenant responsibilities to others
• Highlighting four characteristics of a faithful father
• Explaining why motherhood is a legitimate and honorable career path
• Highlighting four characteristics of a faithful mother

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“Your Living Heritage (1)”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• Reviewing the main structure of Genesis 5:3-20
• The living heritage of the early Patriarchs was their “sons and daughters”
• Explaining how children’s children are a crown of old men, and the glory of children are their fathers
• Explaining how a father is able to wear a crown of glory
• Explaining how the sun, moon and stars represent the family unit
• Explaining the significance of a covenant with reference to the family unit
• Highlighting the covenant obligations children have towards their parents
• Highlighting the covenant obligations parents have towards their children

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“The Benefits Of Long Life”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• Reviewing the main structure of Genesis 5:1-6:8
• Reviewing the main structure of Genesis 5:3-32
• Showing the main structure of Genesis 5:3-20
• Showing how it was possible for the early patriarchs to live so long (an average of 900 years)
• Highlighting three main reasons God extended the lifespan of the early patriarchs
• First, it was God’s design to quickly populate the earth
• Second, it was God’s design to endure with much long-suffering the vessels of wrath fitted to destruction
• Distinguishing between God’s purpose for the elect, and His purpose for the non-elect
• Third, it was God’s design to bless society with gospel witnesses
• Explaining how a gospel witness is one of the rich blessings God bestows upon individuals, families, communities and nations

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“Death And Translation”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• Reviewing the main structure of Genesis 5:1-6:8
• Showing the main structure of Genesis 5:3-32
• Showing how eight of the ten tables of descendants end with a record of death, whereas two of the tables end with a record of life
• Showing the relationship between Enoch and Noah, both of which end with a record of life, but where Enoch was translated that he should not see death, Noah stands as the representative of new life in a new world
• Showing how death and translation are not only fundamental doctrines of the faith, but also among the most practical and relevant considerations of one’s life
• Using the framework of sovereign grace as a backdrop, death and translation are illustrated and explained

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