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God watches over us, and in the process, He disciplines us.
Denomination: Congregational
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Shared: 7/6/2002
A message of both warning and encouragement from one of the most fascinating incidents in the Bible.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Tags: Moses
Shared: 3/9/2007
One of the deepest valleys we go through as Christians is that of Discouragement.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Shared: 2/20/2009
Powerful “fixing-our-eyes-on” - “feasting-our-eyes-on” - expectant kind of faith.
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:6
Shared: 6/25/2006
Let nothing--nothing!--turn your attention from your snake on the pole--let nothing distract you from your Savior on the cross. Through such seemingly silly ways, God gives to you--not a snake on the pole--but His Son on the cross.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Shared: 10/8/2010
When we are snake bitten by the fiery bite of sin, we must turn our eyes upon the Lord as he is lifted up on the cross.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Shared: 1/5/2003
This sermon deals with going through a desert experience as a church. There are times when it seems like as a church we are in a dry place we must make sure we don't become infected with desert fever and begin to murmur and complain against God or His me
Denomination: Apostolic
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Shared: 1/26/2012
I need the light of Jesus in the dark cavern of my heart.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Tags: Salvation
Shared: 2/20/2004
Spiritual snakes that take the joy and happiness of serving the Lord away from us when we are bitten by them
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: Numbers 21:1-21:9
Shared: 11/15/2000
God loves imperfect people, protecting them from greater evil and offering them salvation
Series: Deuteronomy
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Tags: Faith
Shared: 4/19/2002