Author Archives: Scott Lane

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Associate Pastor, Next-Gen Ministries and Ministry Coordinator

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Re:Verse reading–Genesis 11:10-32 (day five) It is wonderful to think about and appreciate the power, wisdom, and sovereignty of God. His love and plan extends thru generations of people. His awareness and involvement spans over the course history. These traits … Continue reading

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Out of Order?

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 11:1-9 (day five)  If Genesis 11 is read apart from Genesis 9 and 10, some theologians argue that the reader misses valuable context. God tells Noah in Genesis 9, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth”. Genesis … Continue reading

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When?

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 10 (day five) Often times we get caught up and concerned about “where” and “how” God is working in our lives. We get discouraged because we don’t feel it or see it. It’s as if we are writing … Continue reading

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A Sign of God’s Grace

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 9:1-17 (day five) The flood doesn’t change God’s purpose for man. John Piper says, “God created man in his image and aims for man to fill the earth with God’s glory reflected in man’s faith and righteousness”. Noah gets … Continue reading

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Alone

Genesis 7:1-4, 17-24; 8:1-5, 13-16, 20-22 (day five) Over many years of Student Ministry, I have heard students echo these thoughts:  “I am the only Believer in my class”,  “I am the only Christian on the team”,  “I am the … Continue reading

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Control

Re: Verse reading–Genesis 6 (day five)  Are you like me? When things get out of control I struggle with impatience. I want to hurry. I want to “get on with it” or “get it over with”. It really is a … Continue reading

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Faith

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 4:1-16; 25-26 (day five)  God allows “life” to continue even in the fallen world (our current world included) outside the garden. There is opportunity for faith in this broken world. What insights can we gain from Genesis 4 … Continue reading

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All Along

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 3:8-24  (day five)  After Adam and Eve disobeyed God, His love, demeanor, and concern never waiver. God doesn’t come running to them, He walks. He doesn’t shout or scream at them, He calls to them. He comes walking … Continue reading

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Good News

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 3:1-7  (day five)  This section of scripture we read and study this week is one of the most important in the whole Bible. These six verses are chocked full of truths and insights to many of the foundational … Continue reading

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Main Character

Re: Verse reading–Genesis 1:26-28; 2:18-25 (day five)  The sixth day of creation is very distinctive. Man is created. The bible describes it as “very good”. There is no denying that there is something special about man, the way he is created, and … Continue reading

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