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Sermon Quotes | "Divine Reassurance"

"Pharaoh's heart was particularly important because Egyptians believed it was the all-controlling factor in both history and societyhis heart was thought to be sovereign over creation. Therefore by hardening Pharaoh's heart, God was making a theological point. He was proving that he alone is sovereign over all things. Nothing is outside the purpose of his will, not even th...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | He Faithful Will Remain

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This post is based on Tyson Ziegler's sermon,He Faithful Will Remain,given on November 18, 2018. This week we heard from Pastor Tyson on how to continue to have real hope in the middle of real uncertainty and fear. In our passage, Habakkuk was wrestling with how to reconcile God's presence and love for His people when everything was not going the way it was supposed to ...

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Grace and Gratitude This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving serves a variety of purposes. For many, we gather with family and friends. We feast, we laugh, we remember. For others, Thanksgiving is a welcome couple-days-off, punctuated by football and food. For some, it's simply the prelude to the hunt. It's a day to plan and get organized before the doors open and the shopping begins. Christians know that Thanksgiv...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | What to Make of a Genealogy

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This post is based on CJ Mahaney's sermon, What to Make of a Genealogy,given on November 11, 2018. This past Sunday, Pastor CJ taught from the passage in Exodus which contains the genealogy of Moses' brother, Aaron. While the genealogy of Aaroncouldbe seen as an interruption of the Exodus narrative, its inclusion gives us "a hint of God's saving grace" that we don't want ...

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Sermon Recap | What to Make of a Genealogy?

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This post is based on CJ Mahaney's sermon, What to Make of a Genealogy, given on November 11, 2018. In this Sunday's sermon on Exodus 6:10-27, CJ reminded us of the graciousness of God shown both in his patience with us and faithfulness towards us. After noting that Moses, once again, attempted to convince God of his inability to lead the people out of Egypt, CJ pointed ...

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Sermon Quotes | "What to Make of a Genealogy"

"And the people believed, and when they heard that the Lord had visited the people of Israel and that he had seen their affliction, they bowed their heads and worshipped." Exodus 4:31 "The Lord look on you and judge, because you have made us stink in the sight of Pharaoh and his servants, and have put a sword in their hand to kill us" Exodus 5:21 "If only the Lord had sh...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | From Bad to Worse

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This post is based on Brian Chesemore's sermon, From Bad to Worse given on October 28, 2018. Sometimes our faithful obedience brings hardship into our life. When this happens, it can leave us wondering if our obedience really matters or if God truly cares. Last Sunday, Pastor Brian walked us through Exodus 5 to help us think and respond biblically during difficult trial...

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Reformation Day | 501 Years of Recounting God's Faithfulness

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God calls his people to remember what He has done in history. Deuteronomy 15:5 reads, "You shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the LORD your God brought you out from there with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm." And later Deuteronomy 7:18 God commands "you shall not be afraid of them but you shall remember what the LORD your God did to ...

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Sermon Quotes: "From Bad To Worse"

"The promise of the exodus was starting to come true. The children of Israel were beginning to worship the God of their salvation."Phillip Ryken "The exodus was God's way of giving Pharaoh an education in theology, especially in the doctrine of GodBy his own admission, Pharaoh was an unbeliever." Phillip Ryken "[God's] ultimate plan was to lead Israel out of Egypt altoge...

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His Mercy Is More | Poem on Isaiah 1

A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to sit under the preaching of Jared Mellinger, Senior Pastor of Covenant Fellowship Church in Pennsylvania. During his study of Isaiah 1, Jared felt the theme of biblical justice weighing on his soul and desired to write a response. What follows is a brief poem which Jared shared in his sermon, His Mercy Is More: God of Majesty! Y...

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