The Scriptorium - Fellowship of Ailbe
The Scriptorium
One great genealogy remains. Revelation 7.4-10
Luke's genealogy takes it all in. Luke 3.23-38
Genealogies were indispensable for God's people. Ezra 8.1-14; Nehemiah 7.5-7
Here's the real test of reading genealogy. 1 Chronicles 9.1-44
It's a little genealogy with a lot of clout. Ruth 4.13-22
They would have needed genealogies to do this. Joshua 14.1-5; 21.43-45
Without genealogies, this would have been impossible. Numbers 1-4, 26
Jacob offers a prophetic genealogy. Genesis 49.8-12
Jacob and his family prepare to enter Egypt. Genesis 46.8-27
Why all these genealogies of unbelieving peoples? Genesis 25.1-5
Two genealogies take us from Abram to Jacob. Genesis 22.20-24; 25.19-28

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February 5, 2020
Abram's genealogy moves the story forward. Genesis 11.10-32
The first genealogies chart the course for all that follows. Genesis 5.1-32
We begin with Matthew's genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1.1-17
Now, let's see what we have to flail. Revelation 21.23-27