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An Exposition of Genesis Chapter 6

An Exposition of Genesis Chapter 6

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Published by Jason R. Pierre
This document expounds on the sixth chapter of the Bible book of Genesis. It talks about the "sons of God" mentioned in this chapter and the grief that God feels when He has to punish those who decide to rebel against Him.

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This document expounds on the sixth chapter of the Bible book of Genesis. It talks about the "sons of God" mentioned in this chapter and the grief that God feels when He has to punish those who decide to rebel against Him.

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Published by: Jason R. Pierre on Nov 05, 2013
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Genesis 6:1-2
The sons of God are those who believe in Jesus and receive God as their Saviour. John 1:12.
Therefore, this must appl to the linea!e of "dam throu!h Seth, for it is this line of men that call upon the name of the #ord. Genesis $:26
The dau!hters of men are not the dau!hters of God. The have to be females from the linea!e of %ain. Genesis $:1&-22. These dau!hters do not have the name dau!hters of God because the did not choose to have faith in Jesus.
The sons of God cannot refer to the an!els, for an!els cannot marr nor !ive into marria!e. #u'e 2(:)$-)*
God was not pleased with this, for the sons of God became une+uall o'ed with unbelievers. 2 %orinthians 6:1$-1*.Genesis 6:)
"s God !ave the Jewish nation $( ears to repent of their sins and accept the essiah, aniell :2$-2/, so God !ave these people 12( ears to repent of their wic'edness and receive 0im b faith throu!h enterin! into the ar'.Genesis 6:$
The !iants that come durin! this time are not aliens. The tet sas that these !iants came after the une+uall o'ed couples produced children.
or a lon! time, the linea!e of %ain and the linea!e of Seth married within their own !roup. Therefore, there probabl was not a lot of new traits bein! formed as a result.
This new miture, however, probabl !ave rise to the new trait of bein! ver tall.Genesis 6:*-/
God investi!ated the earth and saw that men were wic'ed.
0e also saw that their ima!inations were continuall wic'ed. rom this 3 'now that God is capable of 'nowin! what we are thin'in!. Jeremiah 1/:1(, ar' 2:6-&
The heart of God aches when 0e sees humans !iven over to Satanic delusion.
0e does not li'e evil within men so much that 0e has to destro men.
God did not ma'e man to be evil.Genesis 6:&-1(
 4oah was considered to be a 5ust and perfect man that wal'ed with God.
hat does it mean to wal' with God7
This is true in spite of the fact that throu!h the !race of God he was able to persuade onl seven other souls to enter into the ar'.
 4oah had three sons.Genesis 6:11-1)
"ccordin! to God8s standards, the earth was corrupt.
 4oah receives a revelation from God.
The men of the earth at that time decided to be corrupt. %orruption was not somethin! that was forced upon them. 3f God forces men to be corrupt, wh would 0e be upset with them7
God has the abilit to destro 0is creation. 0e does not do so arbitraril. 9ather, 0e allows a certain amount of time to pass before 0e destros. 3n this case, the time limit was 12( ears.
Trul, God is slow to an!er..

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