Exodus 7 - NIV
Lord said to Moses, “See, I have made you like God to Pharaoh, and your brother Aaron will be your prophet.
The Triumph of Truth
Summary: The message speaks about the work of Jesus on the cross and the prevailing power of God over falsehood and deception of Satan.
Summary: God reveals himself as Yahweh to Pharaoh to show that he makes a distinction between Israel and Egypt, and that he can and will keep his promise to Abraham.
Can You Hear Me Now?
Summary: This is the seventh message in a series on the life of Moses that shows that being God's man is never easy. This message examines that God desires to have our undivided attention.
Instant blockbusters are no good!
Summary: Just ignore the flakier, crazier sections of people who look for instant blockbusters! Instant coffee may taste good but not success! Are you listening?
Why Not Me?
Summary: Acknowledge that God is, that God is here, and that God is holy. Then allow Him to use you to make Him known to a world in desperate need of Him. Do that; or else, be a fool!
Plagues That Preach
Summary: God brings disasters on the Pharaoh of Egypt.
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Grumbling Before a Gracious God
Summary: Our impatience stands in stark contrast to the patience of God who gently woos us to live in anticipation of his grace.
Exodus 7 - Shock Treatment!
Summary: When God shocked Pharaoh’s heart it hardened all the more. How does your heart respond to God’s promptings? Are you shocked by your sin and your need to humbly submit to Him and accept His forgiveness? Are you shocked by the Cross of Christ?
Summary: This is the 9th sermon in the series "Moving With God".
This Is War!
Summary: Soften your heart and align yourself to God’s plans.
A Hardened Heart
Summary: God was teaching Pharoah that he was no match for God.
God's Fireworks on Display
Summary: God wants you and me to see, to understand what a stubborn, what a hardened heart will
cost you in life. There’s nothing more damaging in life than a rebellious heart, it will cost
you everything you ever thought was valuable.
Summary: We must have the courage to confront evil.
Beware of the Plagues
Summary: God sent plagues against Egypt to judge their idol gods and to set his people free. Will God send plagues against our idols as well?
The Consequences of A Hard Heart
Summary: Pharaoh’s four responses to God when he is commanded to let the Children of God go, illustrate the consequences of a hard heart.