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Sermons on Exodus 8 More sermons: Exodus 8
Why put off until tomorrow, what you can do today?
Shared by: David Roshto on Apr, 2010
Summary: Often we get comfortable to mediocrity and declare that "Tomorrow" I'll get serious with God. Why not make "Tomorrow," Today?
Exodus 8 - Not the Cain Toads and Midgies!
Shared by: Ross Cochrane on Dec, 2009
Summary: If you live in Queensland Australia like I do, you know we have a problem with Cain Toads and if you live in Airlie you have to deal with annoying little insects called midgies. But that was nothing compared with the Plagues Pharaoh experienced.
Removing the Frogs of Addiction
Shared by: Matthew Morine on Aug, 2006
Summary: Tomorrow is always better than today. Many times the pain is easier than the change. Why did Pharaoh wait until tomorrow for Moses to remove the Frogs? Maybe because of the same reasons we wait before removing sinful habits from our lives.
Do You Fear the Word of the Lord?
Shared by: Tom Fuller on Aug, 2005
Summary: The plagues of Egypt get closer and closer to home. God warns the Egyptians how to escape His judgment. Some listen, others do not. What is the condition of your heart when it comes to receiving from God’s Word?
Plagues have come and will come...Remembering 9/11
Shared by: Bruce Landry on Sep, 2002
Summary: We will look at the plagues in Exodus 8 and hopefully glean insight into our own recent plagues such as the terror of September 11, 2002.
Prayer, Power, Politics, and Plagues
Shared by: Joseph Smith on Jul, 2001
Summary: Election eve sermon -- there are plagues in the body politic, created by inauthentic leadership; the best gift we can give to our national leadership is prayer, though we will likely see the haughtiness of politicians and smell the stench of plagues again.