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Sermons about Moses
Learn from Moses' encounter with Pharaoh just exactly the process of hardening the heart.
"Send me" is a prayer of availability we say in response to God calling us to serve Him.
In this passage, Jesus teaches us about God's original design & intent for marriage.
Interruptions are really INVITATIONS, They are an invitation to change your FOCUS, An invitation to grow in your FAITH, An invitation to strengthen your FORTITUDE.
Many people today are searching for something, like God., but never talk about meeting Him or it. Moses, however, met God a long time ago. Does this mean that we can meet with God or are we all bound for a life-long journey of just searching?
Continue seeing Christ as the Jehovah of the Old Testament
Exploring the Old Testament to see Christ before His earthly ministry. In Exodus we see a pattern of revelation with God to Moses. See Jehovah as Christ
The 2nd Song of Christmas, Bethlehem’s Song of Sorrow, from Matthew 2. As Matthew tells it, these are the final words of Christmas: “A voice is heard in Ramah, weeping and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because they are no more.” Christmas ends with deep sorrow and tears. How come out of all the ways Matthew could have been directed by the Holy Spirit to end the Christmas story, this way, with the threat on the baby Jesus’ life, the fleeing in the night to Egypt, the slaughter of the innocents, this is the way that first Christmas ends in Matthew? Jesus comes into our grief to share it fully and lead us in a final exodus to a place where sorrow and tears don’t have the last word. Christmas is big enough for your tears. Jesus is worth your tears. And you are worth tears to Jesus. He will be a threatened child, as so many children are threatened today needing someone to speak up for the little ones. And he will be a refugee, so that we have a heart for the refugee, too.