God said that He would spread locusts throughout the borders of Egypt, but no locusts would enter over the border to where the children of Israel lived. 234 more words
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Pharaoh’s servants have had enough. They ask Pharaoh to let the children of Israel go to serve their God as they have asked to do. 328 more words
If you ever watch any movies about the Exodus, they usually portray Ramses as the Pharaoh. One thing secularists have complained about is the lack of extra-Biblical evidence of the Exodus in archaeological excavations in Egypt. 1,542 more words
Being on the other side of the Exodus sucks, don’t it?
I see the panic on your face, Church.
I know the internal terror as you see the statistics and hear the stories and scan the exit polls. 2,036 more words
One of the things we can learn about leadership from Moses is the fact that from somewhere in his early 20’s until the age of 80, he not only tended the sheep for his father in law, Jethro or Reuel, but he learned the ways of worship and God. 853 more words
"Know When to Cut Your Losses and Go in a Different Direction: Lessons from the Leadership and Management Style of Moses
Today’s word about management and leadership lessons we can learn from Moses is “Know When to Cut Your Losses and Go in a Different Direction… 824 more words