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Impatience

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“…this Moses…..we do not know what has become of him.” Exodus 32:1 When Moses hadn’t returned from the mountain after being with God, the people were becoming fearful and concerned something had happened to him. They wanted Aaron to have God do something. Once again they weren’t trusting God and became impatient; they wanted something...

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The Best Influence

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“They shall not live in your land, because they will make you sin against Me…” Exodus 23:33 In Exodus 23 God warned the Israelites not to intermix or make a covenant with the Hivites, Canaanites or Hittites because the people “will make you sin against Me.” What has been the most influence in your life? Whatever it is, have you ever stopped ...

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The Glory of the Lord Fills the Tabernacle

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Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting,and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle.Exodus 40:34 What an amazing thing to be there and see the Glory of the Lord fill the tabernacle. All the work and preparation for God's presence has been completed and God shows up. I can't help but think how that scene must have felt for Moses and the people. I try to think honest...

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Written By the Finger of God... Again

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Often times I become impatient with my kids. Phrases like, "how many times to I have to tell you..." are very common around our house. Being patient with my kids is frequently something that I pray for. Then I read this verse: The Lord said to Moses, “Cut for yourself two tablets of stone like the first, and I will write on the tablets the words that were on the fir...

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Word of the Day: Exodus 19-20, Matthew 18:21-35

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Exodus 19-20, Matthew 18:21-35 We have been reading about God's continue providing for the Nation of Israel as He continues to lead them to the promise land. We have seen several times were God has said He is testing them. We have also seen several times how they are so rebellious in complaining about their circumstances but yet God is so faithful to continue to provide a...

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Word of the Day: Exodus 7-8, Matthew 15:1-20

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Exodus 7-8, Matthew 15:1-20 I have been praying and asking the Lord what he wants me to learn these past few days. I prayed the same prayer last night before I went to sleep. Then this morning in our reading it became a little clearer. We are given a new heart once we surrender our lives to Jesus. 2 Corinthians 5:17. But I still fight the flesh. We have covered the parabl...

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Word of the Day: Exodus 20:14

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"Do not commit adultery." Exodus 20:14 Today I celebrate the 39th year that Diana has been my bride. She not only is my bride, she is my girlfriend, my partner and my "bestest" friend. In fact, I REALLY like her! Anyway, as I was reading Exodus 20, where God lists the 10 Commandments, I was impressed with verse 14 more than at any other time that I can remember. Mayb...

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Pursued

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“The great tyrant has not forgotten you, and he designs your capture and re-enslavement.” – Charles Spurgeon [5] When the king of Egypt was told that the people had fled, the mind of Pharaoh and his servants was changed toward the people, and they said, “What is this we have done, that we have let Israel go from serving us?” [6] So he made r...

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Word of the Day: Exodus 12

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Reading: Exodus 12 "It's All Mixed Up!" "A mixed multitude also went up with them," Exodus 12:38 Every church in America has a mixed multitude in its meeting places. And so it was with the multitudes in the exodus from Egypt to the Promised Land. The distinctions between them were not always clear. It was more than just being Hebrew or Egyptian.The book of Numbers tells...

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