Tag Archives: Moses
After several chapters of instructions, followed by several chapters of building, sewing and carving, the Tabernacle was raised in Exodus 40. It was one year from the day the Israelites left Egypt and it was all a picture of what … Continue reading
In this sermon we will look into Exodus 19 and 24 at the different ways God made his presence known. Continue reading
I said a lot about the Ten Commandments in this sermon, did not do as much as I could have to illustrate that God was near. The people saw the mountain smoke and felt the earth shake. Beginning at Exodus … Continue reading
There’s an old saying about being between a rock and a hard place. In Exodus 14, the children of Israel found themselves between the Red Sea and the Egyptian army led by an angry Pharaoh. This by God’s design as … Continue reading
Moses and Aaron appeared before Pharaoh and showed him and Egypt many signs and wonders. And as God had said, Pharaoh hardened his heart.
We often say “Moses and the Burning Bush” but I would like to focus on the fact that God was present. God told Jacob he would go down to Egypt with his family. God answered the cry of the Hebrews … Continue reading
We celebrate Hope on the first Sunday of Advent and light the Prophets’ candle. There are many scriptures that promise a Messiah and give different clues to help recognize him when he comes. Today we will begin in Deuteronomy with … Continue reading
Acts 7:35-53 Stephen outlines Moses as a type of Christ and concludes that the modern Jews (of the 1st Century) continues to resist the Holy Spirit as they have always done.
May 8, 2016 | text: Exodus 1:15 – 2:10 A lot of wild things happen in the Book of Exodus as God displays his power and makes his wrath known. The dramatic elements of the story have … Continue reading