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Sermons on Sin

The Search for Blessing and Sin’s Consequences

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
The Search for Blessing and Sin’s Consequences
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Join us for a sermon diving deep into the timeless wisdom found in Genesis 26:33-28:9. In this message, we explore the story of Isaac and Jacob, uncovering profound insights into faith, family dynamics, and the promises of God. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain spiritual nourishment and practical guidance for your journey of faith. Subscribe and tune in to discover the treasures hidden within these sacred scriptures!

Sin Rules the Nations

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
Sin Rules the Nations
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We head back to our sermon series in Genesis while Pastor Dave York reads from Genesis 9:18-10:32. There, we will see this big idea: The righteous will honor God and others and God will bless them for it. Sin fills the nations but God preserves His people of faith.

The Flood

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Covenant Life Fellowship
The Flood
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Today we read Genesis 6:9-8:22 to see how the righteous are saved from God’s judgment by faith, obey God, and worship Him. The unrighteous will be judged by God.

Death Spread to All Men

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Covenant Life Fellowship
Death Spread to All Men
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Our study in Genesis continues as Pastor Dave York reads Genesis 5:1-6:8 to show this big idea: When we live outside of God’s boundaries, chaos reigns. But when we walk with God, His grace provides us with hope in a chaotic world.

The Fall

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Covenant Life Fellowship
The Fall
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Genesis 3:1-24 tells the story of one of the darkest days in history. Pastor Dave York will show this big idea: Satan lies. Humans disobey God. Sin hurts. God saves.

Romans Sermon Graphic

Dead to Sin and Alive to God

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
Dead to Sin and Alive to God
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Pastor York continues reading Romans 6:1-14 to point out this big idea: Our union with Christ means that we died to sin with Christ and we are raised to live in a brand new way with Christ. Sin no longer has power over us.