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Introduction: Exodus 12 is one of those incredible passages that the Bible contains. I personally believe that this chapter is one of those passages that every believer should be acquainted with. In fact, every believer should be well versed in this chapter. Because it so greatly speaks about the sacrifice…
D. Kent Modlin • Sermon • • 831 views
Today is traditionally the day we, in the Christian Church, talk about the Triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into the city of Jerusalem. We are not discounting the beginning of the Passion of Christ or the Passion Week and the importance of it. However, if we go through the motions without the knowledge…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 471 views
Exodus 12:13 "And the blood shall be a sign for you on the houses where you live; and when I see the blood I will pass over you, and no plague will befall you to destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt." (NASB) Exodus 7-12 records that God brought down 10 different plagues upon the people of Egypt…
Greg Bondurant • Sermon • • 400 views
The Story - Chapter 4 - Deliverance Offering Prayer – Instructions then Video – Giving Communicates! Giving communicates to God that you want His blessing in your life! Giving means you are willfully walking through the door of blessing. Meet two people who could not be more opposite. One woman gave…
Delivered to Dwell
PASSOVER TEACHES US THE REALITY OF SINS DEBT The LORD said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, “This month shall be for you the beginning of months. It shall be the first month of the year for you. Tell all the congregation of Israel that on the tenth day of this month every man shall take a lamb…
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?
Vermon Pierre • Sermon • • 255 views
From: Capitol Hill Baptist Church [email@example.com] Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 10:53 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: CHBC - Sermon Summaries - Exodus 12 & Leviticus 16 | | | Editor's note: This email contains 2 sermons summaries. The audio of these sermons can be downloaded…
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Thomas S. Myers DON'T PASS OVER THE PASSOVER Exodus 12 Menelik II was the Emperor of Ethiopia from 1889 until 1913. News of a successful new means of dispatching criminals reached him. The news was about a device known as an electric chair. The Emperor eagerly ordered one for his country. Unfortunately,…
Jim Oesterwind • Sermon • • 87 views
The Passover Lamb - Exodus 11.1-13.22 (Part 5 in a Series of 11) September 28, 2008 Prayer: Father, your hand is powerful to save! Nothing is able to stop the plan of redemption you set in motion with the work of your Son and our Lord, Jesus Christ. The enemy accuses and rages against us, but you will…
A Life of Choices
Moses and the Israelites were commanded to trust the blood of a lamb if they wanted to be protected from God's judgment. See what that picture means for us today in this message from Exodus 12.
Elliot John Voris • Sermon • • 56 views
The Prequel That video does a really good job of giving us a summary of some of the stuff we’re going to talk about tonight. But, before we get into it, I want to ask you a question, and I want you to talk to the people around you, and answer this: For most of us, it would take something big to make…
See the Victory
In this time of isolation, social distancing, and quaratine, it is important that there is nothing new under the sun. This isn't the first time this has happened to the church, but there is victory on the other side.
The Big Story
Cody Hale • Sermon • • 39 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…
David A Shepard • Sermon • • 26 views
The name Passover recalls the deliverance of Israel from slavery in Egypt (Ex. 12:1–13:16). God sent His angel to kill all the firstborn sons of the Egyptians in order to persuade Pharaoh to let His people go. Hebrew families were instructed to sacrifice a lamb and smear its blood on the doorpost of…
Before God sent His Son Jesus, He sent pictures of what Jesus would be like and what He would do. By doing this God provided us with a picture book on redemption. God did this so that when His Son did come, people might know Him, accept Him, and thus be saved. If they rejected Him, they would be without…
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 21 views
Sermon on Joshua 5:9-18 Title: To Feast Theme: God provides until it is needed no more. Goal: to encourage Christians that God provides until it is needed no more. Need: We often feel stretched and we do not know how God will make the ends meet. Outline: Introduction: new years diets. Stomachs growling…
Lent 2017 - Encountering the Cross
Rev. Christian B Creyer • Sermon • • 20 views
One of the major OT feasts. It specifically commemorates the exodus from Egypt as an act of God’s deliverance. In Israel’s calendar of feasts it was always celebrated with the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
Kenneth Martinez • Refuge Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 47:22
The one thing that everyone knows about Jesus is that he died by crucifixion. The cross has been assimilated by modern society, and we can see it in movies, books, arts, jewelry, and pop culture. Though familiar with the symbol, most people are unaware of the ancient horrors of crucifixion, and the excruciating process of this method of torture. On this message we'll explore what the death of Jesus was actually like, and we’ll see how his followers dealt with the shock of seeing his master tormented to death.
Patrick Wraight • Sermon • • 10 views
CHRIST IN THE PASSOVER Introduction: After years of hardship and slavery, the children of Israel raised a cry to Heaven. God heard their cry and sent them Moses to bring them out of Egypt from the house of bondage. Through 10 plagues, ending with the Passover, Pharaoh released the children of Israel.…