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Learn about God giving courage to those who needed to try their faith as he prepares a leader to rescue Israel from slavery to sin and as a picture of God rescuing us from sin as well.
Most of the time we think of spiritual giants just itching to do God's work. Moses was actually very reluctant to answer God's call. This gives us ordinary folks hope. God takes us - whatever we have in our hand - and uses it for His glory.
When we are on a mission from God and we run into barriers and things don't seem successful - how do we react? Moses experienced this upon returning to Egypt. We learn how God works with us but keeps on task.
The plagues of Egypt get closer and closer to home. God warns the Egyptians how to escape His judgment. Some listen, others do not. What is the condition of your heart when it comes to receiving from God's Word?
There is no more deep darkness than when you stand in opposition to God - as Pharaoh does in these chapters. But there is also always light and hope for those who have a relationship with God. What darkness covers your life right now?
The Passover is a wonderful picture of the plight of sinful man and the provision of a gracious God - a God who judges sin with death but gives grace through the blood of the Lamb of God.
God led Israel straight into a trap and then watched their reaction. He does that to us sometimes as well - to let us know whether we trust Him and to show us His great power.
The blush of first love wears off quickly for the children of Israel as God brings them some small tests to see how much they will trust Him.
Who do you let speak into your life? Is it someone who sees what God has done and worships him or is it someone who is an enemy of God like Amalek? Also - the difference between approaching God at Mt Sinai and at Mt Zion.
Learn about God's basis for character, worship, relationships, and society.
The Book of the Covenant is God's Law applied to life. It shows us that in man's sinful nature we try to exploit any system for our own gain. But if we would allow God's life to live out from inside us, we would naturally love Him and love others - the h
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