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Faith to Overcome

St Barnabas and St Michael’s. 5th July 2015

Reading – Exodus 5:1-21


On Easter Sunday 1989 I was sitting on a log in the middle of an Austrian forest. 2,753 more words


The Time to Flee...

Recently, Kimberly Rogers released a teaching titled The Time To Flee.  I have been through much of it and agree with many parts.  It is very long with the first hour or two simply drawing probable connections between Babylon and a beast with which many of my readers are very familiar…  ;) 173 more words

A Thought...

Honor Your Father and Mother

Have you heard of the biblical idea of honoring your father and your mother?  Is that hard for you to do?  It turns out that we might find that it is harder to honor God if we have trouble honoring our parents, and I’m not talking to children… This is adult education… 364 more words

Marc Kinna

Marked Houses


“Then they shall take some of the blood and put it on the two doorposts and the lintel of the houses in which they eat it. 585 more words

Exodus 14 as Missional Motivation

“Why do you cry out to me? Tell the Israelites to go forward.” (Exodus 14:15)

The exodus is a central event in the Bible and has clear goal – for God to plant his covenant people in their land and to dwell with them. 600 more words

Biblical Theology

The Courtyard, Bronze Altar, Priest's Garments (Exodus 27-28)

On July 5, 2015 the Adult Sunday School Class reviewed Exodus chapters 27 and 28.

Having completed chapters 25 and 26 which describe the tabernacle structure and its contents, we step outside “heaven” into the tabernacle courtyard depicting “earth.” Here we first encounter the bronze altar on which animal sacrifices will be offered for sins. 214 more words


Path of obedience

Exodus 7:6: And Moses and Aaron did as the LORD commanded them, so did they. (KJV)

Human beings think that they are wiser than… 1,081 more words