Gilbert House Fellowship #1 – Genesis 1-2

We’re using a chronological reading plan that you can download here. This week, we’ll be covering Genesis 1-2, using the English Standard Version (ESV), but you can use whatever translation you prefer! For online reading, we recommend either Bible Gateway or Blueletter Bible.

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14 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #1 – Genesis 1-2

  1. admin

    Hi All! Here’s where you can send us notes during the live fellowship, and you can leave comments/questions when listening to the archives! Thanks for joining us!

  2. admin

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  3. admin

    Thank you, Lara! How wonderful….perhaps God actually sang in those creative moments!

  4. Wow! Sharon, several years ago we were studying Genesis at the Messianic fellowship I was in and I remember Ariel, our teacher telling us that! That God sang when He spoke creation into being! And that in the a Hebrew..the passages are arranged in certain ways to show those words were sung! The Song of Moses, for example, is split in two..like the Red Sea was split!

  5. admin

    I like that, being a singer myself. I know how moving some music can be–I’ve often cried while singing it. Years ago, I had the pleasure of singing Chichester Psalms at Indiana University, and our conductor was Dr. Moses! And the MAC (Musical Arts Center) is right next to the creek named the Jordan River (actually named after David Starr Jordan, but it was still cool!).

  6. Maureen

    This is AWESOME!

  7. Jonathan Overstreet

    Hi! I am wondering if you have ever looked into SED physics and the corollary plasma astronomy/cosmology? If you look into the version Barry Setterfield published in his peer reviewed “Cosmology and the Zero Point Energy”, you will see how it leads to a creation model that is in accordance with the physical data that happens to have an earth in existence and cool on day 1 and population I stars igniting around day 4.
    It is the first time I have seen a working model that may explain why the sun doesn’t appear until Day 4.

  8. KIMBERLY REASOR

    JUST STARTED TO FOLLOW YOU .. I AM EXCITED TO LEARN WHAT OUR CHURCHES TODAY DO NOT TEACH US,,, THANK YOU

  9. Lisa Dillon

    Genisis 1:9
    And God said, “Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together into one place, and let (let, permission) the dry land appear.” And it was so. It doesn’t say, “and he created the dry land and called it Earth”. It already was, and he pulled the waters together in one place (drew it off the earth into one body) and the land, already there, appeared…from it’s being covered by water. For those who can’t quite grasp that the Earth is untold years old, older than mankind since Adam and Eve, Earth existed before. God and angels lived for millenia before the creation of Adam and Eve. Science proves God, not the other way around. The bible shows us here that earth already existed. It throws people because it’s not taught that earth came first, and man came long after. Knew it, never noticed until today that “appear” was in there. Nailed it for me.

  10. Tony Reid

    Could separate the waters be salt vs fresh waters? Gen 1:66

  11. Anja De Vries

    Hi Derek and Sharon….my name is Anja and I live in Holland. I want to thank you for these biblestudy,s you put out here for us to read and listen to. I am so happy I found your site via Skywatch TV. Thank you so very much. I plan to listen to all the older ones from 2014 and follow the new ones of Genesis weekly
    God bless from Anja

  12. Teresa preiss

    Bible gen 1-2

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