Monthly Archives: December 2009

Exodus 15:1 – 21

The drivel we sing sometimes is embarrassing.  The music may be uplifting, but the words Christians sing are void of content; the mind has gone; the excitement is no deeper than a pop concert.  Frequently the focus is on the singer.  … Continue reading

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Exodus 13:17 – 14:31

What kind of God leads his people into a cul-de-sac?  Why must God slaughter people to show who he is?  These and other questions arise when we read Exodus.  The answer to the first is that he is setting a … Continue reading

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Exodus 11:1 – 13:16

Do you have traditions to help you remember God? Christmas is a good time to set them up.
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Exodus 8:1 – 10:29

With each plague that befalls Egypt God’s power is revealed.  God allows the desolation of a world superpower to show that he transcends the powers of Earth.  He does not save the people of Israel all at once, he builds his … Continue reading

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Exodus 7:8 – 25

The signs and wonders begin.  God shows his strength, but Pharaoh’s sorcerers are able to copy what God has done.  As Pharaoh’s heart is hardened it is not without reason.  Why should the Pharaoh give up such a bountiful supply of free … Continue reading

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Exodus 6:1 – 7:7

Moses became God to Pharaoh.  You are God to your family, friends and neighbours.  I forget that when people look to understand who God is, what they get to see id me.  I have access to God.  I am made in … Continue reading

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Exodus 5: 1-23

Ever act on God’s will just to have it all go wrong?
How could Christians present a united front on poverty, the environment, same-sex-marriage, pollution, abortion and education? Continue reading

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