The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant
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Rev. Abraham Park, D.Min., D.D.,holds degrees from the Presbyterian General Assembly Theological University (B.A.) and from the Seminary (M.Div.), as well as honorary doctorate degrees from several institutions including Faith Theological Seminary and Lael College and Graduate School. He is the former moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Korea. The congregation at which he ministers in Korea, Pyung Kang Che-il Church, numbers over 65,000 members.
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We must remember that God's work of redemption does not happen through a large multitude but through a small number of godly offspring who fear God and obey His Word(Mal 2:15) The genealogy in the Gospel of Matthew does not record every consecutive generation; there are many generations omitted in the genealogy. Number of generations omitted from the 430 years of salvery in Egypt, the period between settlement in Canaan and King David, the period of the kings in Judah. The genealogy of Jesus Christ in Matthew 1 is a great stepping stone of hope which enables us to look only unto Jesus even in despair from sin and unbelief. This genealogy is also a great proclamation of the gospel, which brings us ultimate victory.