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Rick Lancaster - August 16, 2020

Being fruitful and multiplying! Genesis 10:1-11:32

Being fruitful and multiplying! Genesis 10:1-11:32

Pastor Rick continues a verse-by-verse study through the book of Genesis. After the Flood God told Noah and his family to be fruitful and multiply – to fill the earth with people. Chapters 10 and 11 describe the nations that came from that and what God did when people rebelled His command to ‘go forth’. Genesis is the book of beginnings. Within the fifty chapters that make up this fascinating book of the Old Testament God exercises His creative power to bring the universe into existence by simply telling it to do so. Later we will see the creation of a special people with the calling of Abram. The Law is given later. Sadly, sin mars God’s ‘very good’ creation and so we also see the creation of a plan to redeem mankind back to the One True God. This very old book is very relevant to today. Rick is the Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel French Valley in Murrieta, California. For more information about what is going on at Calvary Chapel French Valley, go to http://ccfv.life. Click this link to stay connected with what is going on at CCFV: https://connectcard.church/xC1ccXmX2Jq5ywySljAe Get into a Life Group: https://calvaryfv.com/next-steps/#lifeGroups Let us pray for you: https://calvaryfv.com/next-steps/#prayForYou Worship God with your giving: https://calvaryfv.com/give/ For something different check out the live stream from the Barn Owl nest box on Pastor Rick and Kelly’s property: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Z4WgeLtmjRFjcVulmmgAg

Scripture References: Genesis 11:1-32, Genesis 10:1-32

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Genesis is the book of beginnings. Within the fifty chapters that make up this fascinating book of the Old Testament God exercises His creative power to bring the universe into existence by simply telling it to do so. Later we will see the creation of a special people with the calling of Abram. The Law is given later. Sadly, sin mars God’s ‘very good’ creation and so we also see the creation of a plan to redeem mankind back to the One True God. This very old book is very relevant to today.

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Rick Lancaster - August 16, 2020

Being fruitful and multiplying! Genesis 10:1-11:32

Being fruitful and multiplying! Genesis 10:1-11:32

Pastor Rick continues a verse-by-verse study through the book of Genesis. After the Flood God told Noah and his family to be fruitful and multiply – to fill the earth with people. Chapters 10 and 11 describe the nations that came from that and what God did when people rebelled His command to ‘go forth’. Genesis is the book of beginnings. Within the fifty chapters that make up this fascinating book of the Old Testament God exercises His creative power to bring the universe into existence by simply telling it to do so. Later we will see the creation of a special people with the calling of Abram. The Law is given later. Sadly, sin mars God’s ‘very good’ creation and so we also see the creation of a plan to redeem mankind back to the One True God. This very old book is very relevant to today. Rick is the Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel French Valley in Murrieta, California. For more information about what is going on at Calvary Chapel French Valley, go to http://ccfv.life. Click this link to stay connected with what is going on at CCFV: https://connectcard.church/xC1ccXmX2Jq5ywySljAe Get into a Life Group: https://calvaryfv.com/next-steps/#lifeGroups Let us pray for you: https://calvaryfv.com/next-steps/#prayForYou Worship God with your giving: https://calvaryfv.com/give/ For something different check out the live stream from the Barn Owl nest box on Pastor Rick and Kelly’s property: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Z4WgeLtmjRFjcVulmmgAg

Scripture References: Genesis 11:1-32, Genesis 10:1-32

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