The Book of Genesis Chapter One

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

Genesis 5 Commentary of the Bible

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To Walk With God  ( Genesis 5:1-27 )  Daily Devotion

And after he became the father of Methuselah, Enoch walked with God 300 years and had other sons and daughters... Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away. (Genesis 5:22, 24)

This account says twice that, before he was taken up, Enoch walked with God. I love the story of the little girl who was telling her mother the story of Enoch. She said, Enoch used to take long walks with God. One day he walked so far God said, 'It's too far to go back; come on home with me.' That is what happened to Enoch.

Adam's Book  ( Genesis 5:1-27 )  Sunday Message

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In Genesis 5 we come to the first of the familiar genealogies of Scripture. These have proved to be a stumbling block to many who seek to read the Bible through. They start well, but they soon get to the desert of genealogies and give up their reading. These genealogies are somewhat difficult. I am tempted to handle them in the fashion of the old Scottish minister who was reading from the opening chapter of Matthew. He started reading,

Enoch  ( Genesis 5:21-24 )  Sunday Message

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This is the next to the last of the series scheduled for this summer on the great characters of the bible; some rather obscure men, others more well known. Today we want to look at one of the most mysterious and unusual men in scripture, the man who is listed in the genealogy in Genesis 5 as the seventh from Adam. His name is Enoch, and his name occurs for us first in Genesis, the fifth chapter, in the midst of a survey some 1500 years of human history which is given very rapidly and focuses around nine men.