Genesis 18:2 – Although we’re a week into Genesis, if you’re looking to see the overall structure of the book, Through The Bible with J. Vernon McGee has been making available notes & outlines on each book (including Genesis) for many years. If you wondered if Genesis 18:2 has a reference to the Trinity, what a great opportunity to check some commentaries!
Commentaries are by no means inspired, much less infallible. Some are written by people who deny the inspiration of the Bible – which never really made sense to me. Why would you spend your life studying a book you don’t believe in? Checking multiple commentaries is helpful to see what arguments are made for and against an idea, especially when they cross-reference another Scripture – as Gill did in pointing to John 5:37. Gill argues that this passage proves that Genesis 18 does not refer to the Trinity.
Matthew 6:21 is quite convicting – where are you laying up treasure?
Psalm 7:11 is one of the earliest references we have seen yet this year to the specific doctrine of the wrath of God. (We’ve seen God’s wrath exemplified in Genesis, but a focus on it as a teaching has been absent). When we get to Romans 3:25 we can discuss the difference between propitiation and expiation.
Proverbs 2 – Do you think Solomon believes that understanding the fear of the LORD is a casual endeavor?
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