In chapter 15 of Genesis, we see the covenant God made with Abram and what it means to place our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ
In Abram's rescue of Lot, we see a picture of God's rescue of us by our Great High Priest Jesus Christ.
When Abram and Lot separate, Lot chooses the beautiful land, despite the wickedness of Sodom and Gomorrah. He soon regrets that mistake.
Even though God has called Abram, he runs to Egypt when times get hard. Turning to the world should never be an option for the believer.
The story of how God takes an unknown idolator, with no children, and makes him the father of the Jewish people.
Noah's failure reminds us of the consequences of our actions, but also of the mercy of God as he offers forgiveness to those who call upon him.
As we look at God’s Covenant with Noah, we remember the covenant He has made with us on the cross.
At the end of the flood, God remembers Noah. God has not abandoned us as well.