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What is This?

Last week, I wrote about our “Red Sea roads” knowing that this week we’d be talking about the time in the wilderness, and that what seemed like a clean-cut story about the deliverance of God’s people from slavery and into “The Promised Land”, takes a turn into…well…literal nowhere. 1,032 more words

Milk and Honey

Okay so this is up until Exodus 7

A few things to start, this has been a very interesting book so far, and I might need some help really understanding the meaning and purpose. 481 more words


Holy Moses!

Okay so this is just the very beginning of Exodus, up until chapter 3

I wanted to read more before I posted, but there were a few things that stood out to me so vividly while reading that I couldn’t help but post! 217 more words


11.17.18 A Correct Response to Difficult Circumstances

Why do you stand afar off, O Lord?
Why do you hide yourself in times of trouble?
Psalm 10:1

How long, O Lord? Will you forget me forever? 601 more words

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11.16.17 An Incorrect Response to Difficult Circumstances

We have already detailed issues with how we look at life’s difficulties when we talked through Exodus 1. Remember that the Israelites were doing what they were supposed to be doing where God wanted them to be, and things still weren’t going well for them. 408 more words

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11.15.17 An Incorrect Response to God's Revelation

In 5:1–9, we see the first confrontation between Moses and Aaron and Pharaoh, and it doesn’t go well. Pharaoh’s simple response is that he doesn’t know the Lord (YHWH). 346 more words

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11.13.17 Response to Life

We looked at Exodus 4:27–5:23 on Sunday, a set of verses that I take as all belonging together despite the chapter break. It is divided into four sections that I believe help us to see two correct responses and two incorrect responses to life. 418 more words

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