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Exodus: Out of Darkness. In studying the Book of Exodus we encounter the larger than life character Moses and follow the escape and travels of the children of Israel. The have suffered as slaves of the pharaoh for hundreds of years. They do what they are told and are treated like assets and not human beings. Their basic needs of food and housing are provided for but little else. When they threaten the establishment with their great numbers they are forced to sacrifice their children to the Egyptian God’s to keep their population down. They cry out and God hears. He appoints the reluctant Moses to lead them out of slavery and into the promised land. This takes forty years, not because of the distance or the difficulties, but because of the reluctance of the Israelites to give up their slave mentality and to trust God. In this book we find ourselves. Liberated from slavery, but finding it difficult to come into the fullness of what God has for us. We focus on our limitations instead of God’s provision. Our trials cause us to look longingly back to “the fleshpots of Egypt”. In Moses, the Israelites and ourselves the question always is will we stay in darkness or will we walk in the light as he is in the light.
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In this age of social distancing it raises some questions about the new normal. Is it possible to do church with people you never have contact with? This is one I have been thinking about. I would say no. There were people who in the past who thought that radio, tv,...
How much better it is to get wisdom than gold! And to get understanding is to be chosen above silver.
I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen. Not only because I see it, but because I see everything by it.
Intellectual deception always follows moral rejection.
Love God, Love Others