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The entire redemptive story of the Bible presented in just five weeks                                  C
re·deem - to buy backThree essential things when you“buy back” something:1. You pay a price for it2. Returned to its right...
Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmitybetween you and the woman,and between your offspring and hers;he will crush your head,an...
Romans 5:12-14 Therefore, just as sinentered the world through one man, anddeath through sin, and in this way deathcame to...
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Hebrews 11:4 By faith Abel brought Goda better offering than Cain did. By faith hewas commended as righteous, when Godspok...
Hebrews 12:24 to Jesus the mediator ofa new covenant, and to the sprinkled bloodthat speaks a better word than the blood o...
Hebrews 11:7 By faith Noah, whenwarned about things not yet seen, in holyfear built an ark to save his family. By hisfaith...
now saves you also—not the removal ofdirt from the body but the pledge of a clearconscience toward God. It saves you by th...
Hebrews 11:17-19 By faithAbraham, when God tested him, offeredIsaac as a sacrifice. He who had embracedthe promises was ab...
• Only begotten Son (Genesis 22:2; John 3:16)• Offered on a mountain / hill (Genesis 22:2; Matt. 21:10)• Took donkey to pl...
Notes• Slide 2 - “The Creation of Adam” section from the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo• Slide 3 - From “The Fall of Man” ...
Greatest Story: In the Beginning
Greatest Story: In the Beginning
Greatest Story: In the Beginning
Greatest Story: In the Beginning
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Greatest Story: In the Beginning

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The opening lesson in our series covering the story of the Bible in five weeks! Whole lesson here: http://www.southboonechurch.org/the-greatest-story-in-the-beginning/

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Greatest Story: In the Beginning

  1. 1. The entire redemptive story of the Bible presented in just five weeks C
  2. 2. re·deem - to buy backThree essential things when you“buy back” something:1. You pay a price for it2. Returned to its rightful owner3. Restored it to its proper purpose
  3. 3. Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmitybetween you and the woman,and between your offspring and hers;he will crush your head,and you will strike his heel.”
  4. 4. Romans 5:12-14 Therefore, just as sinentered the world through one man, anddeath through sin, and in this way deathcame to all people, because all sinned—Tobe sure, sin was in the world before thelaw was given, but sin is not chargedagainst anyone’s account where there is nolaw. Nevertheless, death reigned from thetime of Adam to the time of Moses, evenover those who did not sin by breaking acommand, as did Adam, who is a patternof the one to come.
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  6. 6. Hebrews 11:4 By faith Abel brought Goda better offering than Cain did. By faith hewas commended as righteous, when Godspoke well of his offerings. And by faithAbel still speaks, even though he is deadMatthew 23:35 And so upon you willcome all the righteous blood that has beenshed on earth, from the blood of righteousAbel to the blood of Zechariah son ofBerekiah, whom you murdered betweenthe temple and the altar.
  7. 7. Hebrews 12:24 to Jesus the mediator ofa new covenant, and to the sprinkled bloodthat speaks a better word than the blood ofAbel.
  8. 8. Hebrews 11:7 By faith Noah, whenwarned about things not yet seen, in holyfear built an ark to save his family. By hisfaith he condemned the world and becameheir of the righteousness that is in keepingwith faith.1 Peter 3:20-22 to those who weredisobedient long ago when God waitedpatiently in the days of Noah while the arkwas being built. In it only a fewpeople, eight in all, were saved throughwater, and this water symbolizes baptism
  9. 9. now saves you also—not the removal ofdirt from the body but the pledge of a clearconscience toward God. It saves you by theresurrection of Jesus Christ, who has goneinto heaven and is at God’s right hand—with angels, authorities and powers insubmission to him.
  10. 10. Hebrews 11:17-19 By faithAbraham, when God tested him, offeredIsaac as a sacrifice. He who had embracedthe promises was about to sacrifice his oneand only son, even though God had said tohim, “It is through Isaac that your offspringwill be reckoned.” Abraham reasoned thatGod could even raise the dead, and so in amanner of speaking he did receive Isaacback from death.
  11. 11. • Only begotten Son (Genesis 22:2; John 3:16)• Offered on a mountain / hill (Genesis 22:2; Matt. 21:10)• Took donkey to place of sacrifice (Genesis 22:3; Matt. 21:2-1)• Two men went with him (Genesis 22:3; Mark 15:27)• Three day journey/in the grave (Genesis 22:4; Luke 24:13-2)• Carrying wood on his back up hill (Genesis 22:6; John 19:17)• God provides for Himself the lamb (Genesis 22:8; John 1:29)• Son was offered on the wood (Genesis 22:9; Luke 23:33)• Ram in thicket of thorns (Genesis 22:13; John 19:2)• The seed will be multiplied (Genesis 22:17; John 1:12)• Abraham went down (Genesis 22:19; Luke 23:46; Heb. 1:3)• Servant gets bride for son (Genesis 24:1-4; Eph. 5:22-32; Rev.21:2,9; 2:17)• The bride was a beautiful virgin (Genesis 24:16; 2 Cor. 11:2)• Servant offered ten gifts (Genesis 24:10; Rom. 6:23; 1Cor. 12)
  12. 12. Notes• Slide 2 - “The Creation of Adam” section from the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo• Slide 3 - From “The Fall of Man” by Hendrik Goltzius• Slide 4 - “Redeem” definition from Merriam-Webster• Slide 7 - 19th century Bible illustration• Slide 10 - “The Promise” by Tom Dubois• Slide 13 - “The Sacrifice of Isaac” by Caravaggio• Slides 5-6, 8-9, 11-12,14 – Text from the New International Version®, Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc.

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