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Unburning Bush

The first lesson of the burning bush is to approach the extraordinary with curiousity and inquiry.  When Moses saw the bush not burning, he was attracted to figure out why.  339 more words

Marc Kinna

Plead the Case?

I love Moses, probably because he reminds me of myself; seeming to always be around when conflicts arise, investigating things that don’t make sense (like a burning bush that wasn’t really burning), reacting negatively instead of acting properly to his emotions, prideful at times, disobedient at times. 1,198 more words

Beyond the Wilderness

Scripture Text:  Exodus 3: 1-5

 Moses was keeping the flock of his father-in-law Jethro, the priest of Midian; he led his flock beyond the wilderness, and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. 734 more words


Encountering God

It never ceases to amaze me how people can miss the Gospel in a passage of scripture and trade it for a lesser message. Even in the small passage of Exodus 3:1-6, we see the Gospel at work. 529 more words

From A Wise Guy

The Economy of God in the Burning Thornbush

The burning bush in Exodus 3 is a picture of the entire economy of God. God’s economy is His plan and arrangement to dispense Himself as life into His chosen people to become one with them for His corporate expression. 1,199 more words


How To Never Get Burned Again

I’ve read these two Bible passages more times than I can count – one about God appearing to Moses in the Burning Bush, and the other concerning Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego surviving the fiery furnace. 330 more words

take your shoes off... put 'em back on

Like so many other things in our society, shoes have become a big business – there are so many styles of shoes, so many colours of shoes, such a broad price range for shoes. 2,229 more words