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When God calls Moses he offered excuses instead of service and so do we at times.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/20/2001
The Great God Almighty, declares to you this day, “ He is...everything that you will ever need, no matter what it is and there are no exceptions.
Scripture: Exodus 3:14
Shared: 8/12/2014
When God Called Moses he was reluctant to respond. But God kept calling until he went.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-4:17
Shared: 10/18/2000
How can we open the window to the future that God desires for us, a future filled with fulfilled promises instead of fallen dreams? We do that by throwing away our excuses. What can some of those excuses be?
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-4:11
Shared: 1/22/2003
A look at four things about Godís call to Moses to service.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-3:10
Shared: 8/13/2001
God desires that we remain open to His leading, trusting Him to provide the means and the power and the forgiveness to do His will for our lives.
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-3:10
Shared: 6/7/2001
Excuses - Ex. 3:7-4:17 (Excuse - An attempt to release from an obligation or duty by mitigating circumstances. An apology used to gain exemption for service. A reason put forward to justify an offence)
Scripture: Exodus 3:7-4:17
Shared: 9/10/2002
Answer the "burning bush". Go barefoot. Be Blessed.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-3:15
Tags: Moses
Shared: 8/27/2002
This sermon encourages every believer to use the talents/abilities God has given them to serve Him.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/6/2001
There are times when we hesitate to do Godís will because of feelings of inadequacy. Moses felt so inadequate to lead the children of Israel that he offered several excuses to God, but found God to be His adequacy. A right concept of God is essential to s
Shared: 1/5/2004