The Book of Genesis Chapter One

Genesis 1:1 -- In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

Genesis 11 Commentary of the Bible

This page contains a listing of all the material on the website that contains Genesis 11 commentary. Each entry contains a title, scripture reference, an audio player (if we have the audio), as well as the first portion of the text. Please click on the title to see the complete message for any listed entry.

Key pages for Genesis commentary in the library:

Controlling God  ( Genesis 11:1-26 )  Daily Devotion

Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other (Genesis 11:7).

Controlling God  ( Genesis 11:1-9 )  Sunday Message

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In Genesis we have the only realistic explanation I know of for the straining forces that twist, heave, and pull at the plastic mass of society as we know it in our day. If we hope to understand life and handle it properly, we must understand what is going on in human society by understanding these issues that are presented here.

The Command  ( Genesis 11:31-12:3 )  Daily Devotion

The LORD had said to Abram, Leave your country, your people and your father's household and go to the land I will show you (Genesis 12:1).

The Beginning of Faith  ( Genesis 11:31 - 12:9 )  Sunday Message

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There is a simple secret that ties together the Old and the New Testaments and makes the study of the Old Testament a never-ending delight. The Old Testament is designed to be a picture book, illustrating with fascinating stories the spiritual truths presented in the New Testament. This is especially true of the books of Moses (Genesis through Deuteronomy) and the book of Joshua, for in the life histories of men like Abraham, Jacob, and Moses, we also have a symbolic representation of the progress of spiritual growth.