Introduction Hatfields and the McCoys Everyone has heard of the Hatfield and the McCoys. It is the most famous family feud in American History. The Hatfields and the McCoys lived on either side of a creek named Tug Fork. That creek served as the geographical border between Kentucky and West Virginia—the…
Pastor Dave explores the parallels between Moses holding his staff up over the Israelites fighting the Amalekites & Jesus sacrifice for our sins. If you believe the nails held him on that cross, and not his choice - his will - then start your journey of discovery here today.
Truly I tell you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.” At Rephidim, Amalek came and fought against Israel. Moses said to Joshua, “Select some men for us and go fight against Amalek. Tomorrow I will stand on the hilltop with God’s staff in my hand.” Joshua…
Exodus: Freed To Worship
Brad Reid • Zion Baptist Church • Sermon • • 25 views • 38:45
When would the Israelites learn the lesson? When will WE learn the lesson? God provides for us. He protects us. He is present in our lives... but we so often forget those truths.
Redemption: How Jesus Frees Us
Josh Weiland • Wawasee Bible • Sermon • • 24 views • 34:04
Before leaving Egypt (and as they were rescued) the Israelites never had to fight. God alone did all the fighting to save and rescue them, they only had to believe his word and follow. Once free and on their way to the Promised Land, though, they had to begin fighting... and to the degree with which they obeyed the Lord and trusted him in battle, it was to that degree that they had success and blessing. In this life trouble will come and require you to battle—do so depending upon Jesus!
Following Satan’s imprisonment (20:1–3), believers will reign with Christ over creation (20:4–6). The term “millennium” is a word taken from the Latin for “thousand years” (20:2). The millennial reign both fulfills God’s promise of a messianic kingdom on earth and inaugurates life in the new heaven and…
The Exodus: How God Loved His Bride
Theme: Israel tests God at Massah and Meribah. When we test God, we are fighting for control and we start to embody confusion, doubt and resistance before the Lord. We get really concern about what we can not predict. When we test God, His grace comes in and will retest us, so that He calls us back to trust Jesus Christ. His grace is grater!