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Sunday, 19 February 2012 19:51

One of the shortest verses in the Bible can give a whole lot of preaching. In this particular verse, there are three people named. There are no details about their lives in this verse, just their names. Likewise many Christians, whose names we see on the church attendance list, are mostly unknown in detail to the public. If an individual were to examine all the details of your life testimony, would he find many good things or bad things about you? That is why some believers want to keep various details off the record. Adam is known for many details but is mostly known for bringing sin on this world. So there could be a saint who is unashamed of revealing the details of his life testimony but may be caught with a certain sin that wasn't checked and fixed. Seth is known for some details, replacing Abel in the line of Christ and being in the image of human sinners like Adam. So there could be a saint who hides some details of his life testimony in shame, because some of his deeds reveal to be a human sinner while some of his deeds reveal to be Christ-like. Enos is known for no details at all, except for being in the line of Christ. So there could be a saint who hides all the details of his life testimony, because he lives completely in wickedness. The only good detail you can know about him is being a saved child in the line of Christ. After hearing this message, which person can you mostly identify yourself with? Adam, Seth, or Enosh?

 

1 Chronicles 1:1
Adam, Sheth, Enosh

 

  1. The Father with the Maximum Detail
  2. The Father with the Medium Detail
  3. The Father with the Minimum Detail

 

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