The Book of Genesis #31

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This entry is part 30 of 32 in the series The Book of Genesis (Wes White)

Hello everyone and welcome to the Christian Educational Ministries Weekend Bible Study. We hope you are enjoying this fascinating series on the book of Genesis.

Among the broad subject matter throughout Genesis, we also find compelling anecdotes along the way, which capture our interest. Very often there may only be a few verses on any given subject that may cause us to question our template of beliefs.

The brief account of Enoch, which we have already covered in this series, is one such case. We can’t fully understand what happened to Enoch, or Elijah for that matter, because God took both away. Such biblical accounts spur us on to a deeper study of God’s Written Word, and that is a very good thing. But know this, there will always be things in the Bible we can’t know and won’t know because mankind is on a need to know basis with God.

For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, says the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.

Isaiah 55:8–9 KJ2000

Now let’s join Wes White for part 31 of his study on the Book of Genesis.

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Wes White

Wes White was born and raised in Hammond, Indiana and received a B.A. in Communications from Ambassador College, Pasadena, California. He has taught speech and business courses in a variety of locations and is an often-requested speaker in congregations all over the country. Wes is also a writer and has written dozens of papers on key doctrines and teachings of the Church of God as well as a novel Clan of Lilith: the Oldest Conspiracy.

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