Following Moses, Finding Jesus
Jeremy Norton • Mountainview Church Whitehorse • Sermon • • 433 views • 48:21
We're going back to Bible College to unpack the details behind the plagues account in Exodus. Welcome to Plagues 101! Mankind has always been tempted to look past the Creator and worship creation. The Egyptians fell into this trap as well. God uses Pharaoh's hardened heart to pour out a calculated attack on every Egyptian false god. One by one, they all fall until the only one left standing, is Pharaoh. In the end, we see that what is created should lead us to the Creator, then to the Cross.
Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Discipleship Gold Coast • Sermon • • 375 views • 47:00
Centuries after Joseph, the children of Israel find themselves brutally oppressed by the Egyptians, and they cry out to God. He hears them, and sends Moses to carry God's demand to "let my people go!" Pharoah refuses, enduring many plagues until at last God promises the death of all Egypt's firstborn. Was such brutality necessary? Why did Israel escape? What is God really doing in the Passover?
Story of the Bible: Creation to Israel
Thomas Choy • Sermon • • 322 views
As the Israelites multiply and are enslaved by Pharaoh, we will look at the story of Moses, Pharaoh and his hardness of heart, and the exodus and creation of the Israelites. Through this narrative we will look at the power and graciousness of God and His demand for obedience as he liberates the nation of Israel.
The Big Story
Cody Hale • Sermon • • 282 views
Introduction It’s always struck me how the best day of one person’s life is happening on the worst day of someone else’s. While some are waiting in line for Space Mountain at Disney world others are waiting on the surgeon to tell them that dad was lost during the operation. Some are in their car on the…
Cory Madsen • NCF Cortez • Sermon • • 97 views • 48:38
Post Tenebras Lux: After Darkness Light
Cory Madsen • NCF Cortez • Sermon • • 61 views • 52:15
Signs of Sovereignty
Anthony Maes • NCF Cortez • Sermon • • 53 views • 57:54
The Supreme's Perfect Purpose
Introduction to Old Testament Studies
Michael Ryan Stotler • Laughlin Community Church • Sermon • • 36 views • 1:03:58
Leviticus makes up the Body of Priestly Code. Attempts to draw out for the people what makes them holy. What distinguishes or separates them from those who are not holy. The Emphasis in Leviticus upon sacrifices and offerings enables us to appreciate the meaning of Christ’s sacrifice on Calvary Sacrifice…
Cory Madsen • NCF Cortez • Sermon • • 36 views • 50:40
Right Now Counts Forever
Exodus: God Redeems His People
Kyle Johnson • Sermon • • 24 views
God’s Wrath Reveals Then the Lord said to Moses, “Rise up early in the morning and present yourself before Pharaoh and say to him, ‘Thus says the Lord , the God of the Hebrews, “Let my people go, that they may serve me. Exodus 9 The reason for the plagues was to change the heart of pharoah in order for…
The Way Out
Marcus Archer • Crosspoint Church • Sermon • • 21 views • 47:17
What is the Exodus really about? It's about how God offers a way out for His people. But it is about something much greater than a way out of physical circumstances. God desires to deliver His people, not from a place, but from sin and its effects. God offers The Way Out of bondage through a deliverer.
Samuel Lindsay • Sermon • • 21 views
An investegation of how the first 9 plagues answer the question: "Who is the LORD?"
Anthony Maes • NCF Cortez • Sermon • • 20 views • 59:06
The Last Straw!!
Jake Lopez • CCJohnDay • Sermon • • 19 views • 53:33
25 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. 8 Then the second angel sounded: And something like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea, and a third of the sea became blood. 9 And a third of the living creatures…
Exodus: Freedom from Bondage
Colin Connor • Sermon • • 18 views • 52:18
Frogs and lice (or gnats or flies) and swarms of who knows what, Moses gets sarcastic, one more night with the frogs, and how infestations of frogs and flying creatures are a reminder of God’s Eden blessing
Wayne Mack • Grace Place Atlanta COGBF • Sermon • • 13 views • 1:16:44
Since the Coronavirus pandemic started, have you given any thought as to how it equates to diseases and pestilences found in the Bible? One thing is certain: the plagues and famines of old were more than just a health crisis to be dealt with medically and socially. They were much more serious – as they always carried with them great spiritual and consequential devastation. We’ll learn that when God unleashed a famine or brought forth pestilence – He meant business. "PPPF" Tune in!!
Kenny Dubnick • OIKOS Church • Sermon • • 12 views • 32:37
Pastor Josh Plantholt • Calvary Baltimore • Sermon • • 10 views • 17:37
God desires us all to be saved... why does he use trumpets? They symbolize God's presence, voice, and command. They herald that Jesus is reclaiming the land for his people! Revelation is like an "Exodus" to the new earth and new Jerusalem.
Dr. Jim Bohrer • Sermon • • 10 views
RESOLVED TO 1ST TIME OBEDIENCE SENSES מַגֵּפָה plague 22 of 26 slaughter (people) 4 of 26 EXAMPLE USES | AFHGR Subject the living, so that the plague was checked. has also been a great slaughter among the people, and DirectObject Mea gaffa (Sounds like a slow Mega pha) this is God bringing the BOOM!…
Exodus: Freedom from Bondage
Colin Connor • Sermon • • 10 views • 52:36
The signs begin, another sea serpent, and eat your heart out, David Copperfield.
Exodus: A Tale of Redemption
Kenneth Martinez • Sermon • • 9 views • 37:39
We look at the first 4 plagues that the Lord sent to Egypt. And so many questions come to our mind: Did they really happen? Weren't they just recurrent phenomena in the region? How can a loving God send them? And finally, in the context of a pandemic ravaging the world - Did God send Covid-19, as he sent the plagues to Egypt?
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 9 views
Exodus 11 and 12 challenge us in three specific ways. To recognize the judgment of Egypt and the LORD’s superiority over the Egyptian idols. To recognize the LORD’s goodness and grace towards underserving Hebrew slaves. And finally, how God uses the Passover and unleavened feasts to communicate an even greater deliverance. Deliverance from sin and judgement. Thus, Exodus 11-12 becomes a power message to all of us.
Andre Alves-Areias • Sermon • • 9 views • 28:15
Introduction We are continuing our series on Moses, and Last week, Paul started to look at the plagues of Egypt - today we’re going to finish them off, but we’ll leave the last one until next week, because it’s rich with theology and the last plague needs a sermon in itself to do it justice. But if you…
Exploring Biblical Characters
David R. McAllan • Sermon • • 8 views
- Welcome to world championship wrestling! - What we have here in today’s passage is a showdown, come, all-out war - Pharaoh is a king who possesses the Egyptians & the Israelites - But the Israelites belong to Yahweh God & are His possession - Pharaoh has illegally & wrongfully possessed them & now…
Exodus: Fear Not, Stand Firm, See The Salvation of the LORD
Pastor Chad A. Miller • Grace Covenant Church • Sermon • • 8 views
Yahweh wants everyone to know that He is God and there is no other