The Walk of Life
In the broad sense, life is pretty boring. You live, you work, you eat; you’re subjected to frustration; and then you die. Everyone’s walked, or is walking, or will walk that very same treadmill. The genealogy in Genesis chapter 5 confirms this pattern over ten generations as it traces the seed of the woman from Adam, to Seth, to Noah and his sons. But something changes in the seventh generation: Enoch "walked faithfully with God" (Ge 5.22, 24), and did not die. Are there lessons to be learned from those who died? And from those who lived? Join us this Sunday as we consider this walk of life, and see why nothing changes, if nothing changes.