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Not That Kind of Peace

Not That Kind of Peace

October 14, 2021

An update from my blog...and my heart. 

Read the blog post here: http://www.jennifergrichmond.com/not-that-kind-of-peace/

Genesis 2:8-17 || Lesson 3/Day4

Genesis 2:8-17 || Lesson 3/Day4

October 11, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 2:8-17 || Lesson 3/Day4

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

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Genesis 2:4-7 || Lesson 3/Day3

Genesis 2:4-7 || Lesson 3/Day3

October 7, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 2:4-7 || Lesson 3/Day3

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

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Genesis 2:4-3:24 || Lesson 3/Day 2

Genesis 2:4-3:24 || Lesson 3/Day 2

October 7, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 2:4-3:24 || Lesson 3/Day 2

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

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Genesis 1:1-2:3 || Nothing is Impossible for God

Genesis 1:1-2:3 || Nothing is Impossible for God

October 7, 2021

Review of Lesson 2 - Genesis 1:1-2:3

Genesis 2:1-3 || Lesson 2/Days 9-10

Genesis 2:1-3 || Lesson 2/Days 9-10

October 3, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 2:1-3 || Lesson 2/Days 9-10

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

Follow my blog, download the lessons, and keep in touch with me at www.JenniferGRichmond.com

 

Genesis 1:24-31 || Lesson 2/Day 8

Genesis 1:24-31 || Lesson 2/Day 8

October 1, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 1:24-31 || Lesson 2/Day 8

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

Follow my blog, download the lessons, and keep in touch with me at www.JenniferGRichmond.com

 

Genesis 1::20-23 || Lesson 2/Day 7

Genesis 1::20-23 || Lesson 2/Day 7

September 30, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 1::20-23 || Lesson 2/Day 7

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

Follow my blog, download the lessons, and keep in touch with me at www.JenniferGRichmond.com

 

Genesis 1:14-19 || Lesson 2/Day 6

Genesis 1:14-19 || Lesson 2/Day 6

September 29, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 1:14-19 || Lesson 2/Day 6

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

Follow my blog, download the lessons, and keep in touch with me at www.JenniferGRichmond.com

Genesis 1:9-13 || Lesson 2/Day 5

Genesis 1:9-13 || Lesson 2/Day 5

September 28, 2021

Read and engage through Genesis 1:9-13

There is no more significant verse in the Bible than the first four: “In the beginning God...” From there all else is defined and all questions have their answers: Who am I? What is my purpose in life? How can know what is right? wrong? true? Genesis is the beginnings of everything – including the greatest thing: God’s great love for His creation – you.

Genesis begins, as John Milton so famously described, with Paradise Lost. It opens in chaos and a garden is brought into order. From there Eden, relationships, peace, wholeness are lost. Genesis is the account of that loss but more so of “the found” – How God reached and made a way for what was lost to be found.

Watch the video for this and all Dwelling Richly messages at www.YouTube.com/c/JenniferRichmond

Follow my blog, download the lessons, and keep in touch with me at www.JenniferGRichmond.com

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