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Lekh Lekha 2021 || Brittney Scott

Lekh Lekha/”Go Forth, For Yourself”, Genesis 12:1-17:27 begins with Abram’s command from Yahweh to journey to the Promised Land and the initial promise that he is given and entrusted with.  Here we find the first record of a call that echoes all the way to the book of Revelation – the …

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Lekh Lekha 2020 || Brittney Scott

Lekh Lekha/”Go Forth”, Genesis 12:1-17:27, but can more accurately be translated as go for yourself, or it is in your best interest and for your benefit that you go!  Quite interesting when we realize where it is from that Abram is being called forth, Ur of the Chaldees, aka Babylon!  This same …

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Lekh Lekha 2019 || Pastor David Mathews

Noah, Shem, Abraham and YOU! לך-לך Lek-lekha.  Gen. 12:1-17:27. I.        The Parsha begins without any backdrop for this stern command to Abram: Leaving the reader with several questions: Why Abram, Why leave the land of his nativity, and finally, why such urgency in the command? Thus, to ascertain a competent answer we’re forced …

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Lekh Lekha 2018 by Brittney Scott

Lekh Lekha 2018 Lekh Lekha/”Go Forth, Yourself!” covers Genesis 12:1-17:27 and deals with the calling out of Abram. He is promised a divine inheritance, becomes the father of the faith, and establishes an everlasting covenant with Yahweh!  The statement here in Genesis conveys that to go forth is for your own …