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The Bereshit/Genesis 6 trilogy is complete as Noah, his sons and their respective wives prepare to enter the ark. This study the focus shifted man and how Noah's generation compares to this current generation.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-6-part-3-into-the-storm/

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Bereshit/Genesis 6 is the setup for Noah and his three sons (Shem, Ham and Japheth) after the flood. Also, as per the fallen and their offspring, they are still around causing problems for the children of men.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-6-part-2-the-strange-mixing-of-seed/

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Bereshit/Genesis 6 is the setup for Noah and his three sons (Shem, Ham and Japheth) after the flood. Also, as per the fallen and their offspring, they are still around causing problems for the children of men.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-6-part-1-woe-unto-all-peoplekind/

Music featured on this channel is the ©Davene Michie

(Had to redo the audio on this presentation. When we started almost two years ago our understanding of audio was very limited. Now with filters, noise reduction plugins and other audio software tools we can do some extra work to make the audio better. Thanks everyone for your patience and support.)

Shalom and welcome to Team D Bible Study! Noah and his family, Bereshit/Genesis 7, is in the safety of the ark under protective custody with the animals all having the Breath of Life within them. Noah builds the ark, and the animals are gathered to him both the clean and unclean in their numbers and kind. Keep in mind only eight people are saved from that generation. Noah is now six hundred years, and judgement came to that generation in the second month of that year with waters covering the entire Eretz. The Elohim of Creation has had enough, and only a remnant made it through. This event is Food for thought for our generation.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-7-into-protective-custody/

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Isaac is an engineer extraordinaire in well digging. He does not have a choice as the people loathe him and the wells that his father commissioned to be sealed up. He is still in the land obeying the instruction from YHWH Elohim to stay put. With every challenge from the Philistines and tribesmen, Isaac kept his head down and worked to procure water for his tent. Water is a precious commodity in that region, even more so with a severe famine bearing down upon everyone.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-26-stay-put-isaac-part-2

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Isaac now finds himself having to deal with Abimelech. His father had previous encounters with this Philistine lord who had eyes for his mother. In his wisdom, Isaac stated that his wife Rebecca was his sister to avoid any harassment from the people of the land. Abimelech, not taking any chances, came to realize this was not the case. Isaac was prosperous in the land and the resentment of the Philistines had begun to manifest. Isaac was instructed by YHWH Elohim to stay in the land to weather the famine. The temptation to head to the greener pastures of Egypt would have been great. But YHWH Elohim, his provider, would see him through the famine just as he did with his father Abraham. Isaac is told that his father kept the instructions transmitted to him. The first use of the word Torah happens with Isaac.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-26-stay-put-isaac-part-1/

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Shalom and welcome to Team D Bible Study! The ark lands on the mountains of Ararat giving the occupants an opportunity to begin life anew. They are taken through the storm and after one year in protective custody, by YHWH Elohim, they are allowed to leave the ark after the raven and dove are sent forth to scout conditions of the land.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-8-out-the-other-side/

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Shalom and welcome to Team D Bible Study! The grounds are set for the other side of the flood. YHWH Elohim made a covenant with Noah and his family, for all generations, and gave special dispensation with food and the animals. The sign of the covenant is His rainbow in the sky which has faithfully been seen when rain falls. An unfortunate situation occurred with Noah, his sons, and grandson. But in the end, Noah lived to the ripe old age of nine hundred and fifty years and his generations continued on.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-9-be-fruitful-and-multiply-but-be-careful-with-the-wine/

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Shalom and welcome to Team D Bible Study! Are the Nations and Gentiles one in the same or distinct from each other? If they are distinct, how should people view themselves in light of these tribal classifications? In this Bible study, the ‘Table of Nations’ is discussed as the generations of Shem, Ham and Japheth are detailed in Bereshit/Genesis 10. The defendants forming the nations of each of Noah’s sons play a pivotal role in shaping the region now geopolitically called ‘The Middle East’. The variations between the Masoretic and Septuagint is apparent in this chapter as one text highlights offspring not mentioned in the other.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-10-the-nations-divide/

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The House of Shem revealed some surprises that were unexpected. The Masoretic (MT) and Septuagint (LXX) are manuscripts that narrate the story of the peoples as it’s focus narrows to Shem’s lineage. The gospel of Luke has solved the mystery of one of Shem’s missing children as per the Masoretic. This is very significant for NT believers as his testimony gives validity to the nuance of the LXX. This discovery should lead us to ask many questions about the canon of scripture that we rely upon for guidance. Additionally, we begin to see the early formation of the household of Abraham and the relations of the family of Terah who tried moving his family to the land of promise after the death of his son Haran.

You can visit our study page and access resources mentioned in the video:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-11-part-2-the-house-of-sem/

We also experience some technical difficulty with the recording. There is a gap when the discussion on Peleg begun. You can visit this video which discuss that topic in full: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgkBQJlfXtk

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Shalom and welcome to Team D Bible Study! One of the comments after this presentation is that this study should have been split in two. Given the nature and complexity of this topic, it should have been divided into two parts, making Genesis 11 a three-part study. Hopefully, the content discussed is used to encourage you to dig deeper,provoke thought and to diligently search the scriptures. This presentation connected the Tower of Bavel with Nimrod and ‘a Assur’ from Bereshit/Genesis 10. The analogy was made about the narrative related to Assur as a Sweet Fruit versus a Sour Fruit which are both pretty to the eyes. The "sour fruit" approach was taken for the 'anti-christ' doctrine perception in the scriptures. Also, please keep in mind we are giving information to assist with your reassessing the entirety of scripture and it’s intended purpose in your life.

Bible study presentation and other links can be accessed on our website:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-11-part-1-welcome-to-babylon-folks/

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Though the commentary in the study may suggest Terah would have been dead, both the Masoretic and Septuagint timelines show that Abram departed long before his father went the way of his ancestors at the age of 75. Abram moved into an unknown land not knowing anything and putting his trust in the Holy Elohim he is beginning to learn to trust. He departs with his wife Sarai and his nephew Lot and all their possessions they accumulated. Lot would have inherited the possession and birthright from his father Haran, and thought it best to stick with his uncle. They entered the land and moved around a bit; eventually settling in Egypt because of famine.

You can visit our study page and access resources mentioned in the video:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-12-13-come-out-and-be-like-abram/

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Sin is a destructive element that humanity has to cope with. Just looking around there is no shortage of issues that burdens the soul and makes us cry out. The epistle of John states:
Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.
1 John 3:4
Committing sin is an inevitable aspect of life, and regardless of the transgression being major or minor, must be managed. Thus, the Melchisedec acting as our advocate before our Holy Elohim is important for this dispensation.

Visit the Team D website for additional resources from this study:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-14-part-2b-the-anointed-one/

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Abram is approached by the king of Sedom upon his return from the battle. At this point, there is no telling what is on the mind of this king. More importantly, the Malki-żedeq/Melchisedec king of Salem also greets Abram, and he does not come empty-handed. This person seems to be a man of mystery as doctrinal debates discuss who this person can be. Some would say he is Shem the son of Noah, others would say it is an incarnation theophany of Yeshua (Jesus).

Visit the Team D website for additional resources from this study:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-14-part-2a-a-person-of-mystery/

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When you have a family member in the middle of a pickle, what are the options to consider? For Abram it was a "no brainer" as he gathered a small fighting squad and mounted a rescue mission to save his nephew Lot. Lot found himself in the middle of a squabble as nine kings squared off over the non payment of tribute.

Visit the Team D website for additional resources from this study:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-14-part-1-blood-ticker-dan-water/

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After being put into sleep just like Adam, Abram is told some things about his seed and the remainder of his life. The Word of YHWH mentioned that his seed is humbled for four hundred years. Furthermore, in the fourth generation, would return to the land promised to him.

Visit the Team D website for additional resources from this study:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-15-promises-made-to-abram-part-2/

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A promise is a comfort to a fool, but those who trust in Yah their strength is renewed like the eagle. They can count on Him keeping His promises as He is not like a man to lie. Abram fully assumed his loyal chief and trusted servant,who was like a son to him, (Eli’ezer/Eliezer of Damascus), would inherit his dynasty.

Visit the Team D website for additional resources from this study:
https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-15-promises-made-to-abram-part-1/

Music featured on this channel is the ©Davene Michie

Isaac is centre stage with his wife and children. Rebecca has conception issues just like her mother-in-law and was gravely concerned about the situation. She got her husband involved to entreat YHWH Elohim for children. After 20yrs of marriage, it finally happened. Who knows if Isaac sought advice from his father Abraham as the patriarch is still alive at this moment. Rebecca was pregnant but things did not seem normal to her.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-25-part-2-the-tent-of-isaac

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What is a legacy, and why should having one matter? Based on the strict understanding of legacy, Abraham transferred his substance to his children, with Isaac getting the lion's share. A legacy is something handed down from the past. Also, legacy is a lasting impression that is transitioned from generation to generation about a person. To some men and women, leaving a legacy is something to memorialise their name for a long time hopefully in a good light. From the time Abraham answered the call of YHWH Elohim to the last breath that he took, he has left a lasting impression still spoken of today. His life came alive in the pages of the Torah, highlighting his lows and highs of life.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-25-part-1-abraham-ishmael-a-legacy

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What can be going through Abram’s mind after living in the land for some time and having no child of his own? Lot and Eliezer were not up for consideration and his wife Sara is old just like him. Knowing that she is past childbirth, Sara suggests to her husband to procreate with her handmaid Hagar to produce children.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-16-wait-on-yhwh-be-of-good-courage/

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Isaac is now married. His wife is now part of his life. Rebecca made the decision to leave her mother’s house with a stranger, into a land of many unknowns. No longer a city girl, she is about to embark on the nomadic lifestyle with a husband who is quite content with the rigor of desert living. The servant, Eliezer, was faithful in carrying out the wishes of his master Abraham, and his way was prospered by YHWH Elohim.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-24-a-wife-for-my-beloved-son-part-3

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After Laban ushered Abraham’s trusted servant and his men to his home, they were provided with water to wash their feet, food for the camels and a meal for weary travellers. Before the meal, the camels were unloaded displaying a sample of the wealth of Abraham and Isaac, including the bling Rebecca was wearing.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-24-a-wife-for-my-beloved-son-part-2/

Music featured on this channel is the ©Davene Michie

Abraham’s wife also got a name change and Sarah's, status got elevated. This name change also suggests that both Abraham and Sarah position before YHWH Elohim is renewed with each other, sort of a second marriage.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-17-my-covenant-part-b/

Music featured on this channel is the ©Davene Michie

Abram, at this moment, is still without a son through his wife, Sara. They have been living in the land for some time and weathered the instability in their tent with Hagar and her son. YHWH Elohim appeared to Abram and made some requests of him, “be well-pleasing before me, and be blameless.”

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-17-my-covenant-part-a/

Music featured on this channel is the ©Davene Michie

There comes the point in a man’s life that he should settle down and get married. Or, at least his father, if still alive, should arrange a wife for him. This is the moment in Isaac's life where he needs to have a wife. His mother is now dead, and the only immediate family he has is his father. Abraham is not leaving anything to chance as youthful indiscretions can get entangled for Isaac in making a decision. He is living among people who were not desirable to find a wife.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-24-a-wife-for-my-beloved-son-part-1/

Music featured on this channel is the ©Davene Michie

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