Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Apr 16, 2009
Moses wrote, “…The man and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame.” (Genesis 2:25)
A Biblical marriage destroys thoughts of self-consciousness, they defeat shame, there is no fear of ridicule, no hang-ups, they can choose to avoid embarrassments and with Christ leading the marriage
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 8, 2006
God hath his mysteries of grace,
Ways that we cannot tell,
He hides them deep, like the secret sleep
Of him he loved so well.
Cecil Frances Alexander (1818–1895), Irish poet. The Burial of Moses (l. 77–80). . .
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
The hallway is silent now except for the two wheels of the mop bucket and the shuffle of the old man’s feet. Both sound tired. Both know these floors. How many nights has Hank cleaned them? Always careful to get in the corners. Always careful to set up his yellow caution sign
Moses and the children of Israel on the banks of the Red Sea, mountains on both sides, the Rea Sea in the front, and the mighty Pharoah and his great army behind them. No where to hide, no where to run, they were sitting ducks. Yet, the Lord came through, He proved to all that He is ABLE. So
Contributed by Anne Benefield on Sep 4, 2008
"I'm No Moses!"
When I received my call to go into ministry, I was praying. Immediately, I rejected the call, telling God that I was a business person, not really minister material. I knew how to speak about marketing. I knew a bit about managing people. I could talk about that. On and on I
Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Sep 17, 2008
Doctrine: Be Like Moses
James Packer writes:
"Many of us would agree with Peter when he says that parts of Paul's letters are hard to understand! And there are difficulties and apparent discrepancies in other parts of the Bible too. On this matter of discrepancies, I remember reading
MOSES AND THE BUSH JOKE
We all know that our past President from TX is now a private citizen, back in his home state. I heard that recently George W. Bush was waiting in an airport lobby when he noticed a man in a long flowing white robe with a long flowing white beard and flowing white hair.
Contributed by Don Hawks on Apr 4, 2002
Swindoll’s observation, MOSES p. 107)
I believe there are many who have not responded to God’s call on their lives--many who may miss opportunities to flame brightly for Him, like a radiant city shining on a hilltop. I speak to so many who are waiting for some kind of curious sign in the heavens,
Contributed by Tony Abram on Sep 25, 2006
Moses was old and shepherd of sheep on the backside of the desert. He failed at age 40 with his talent, rank and money to deliver his people. He tried to do it in his own strength. How God moves in at age 80 in to his life, not in the palace but in a humble job.
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 11, 2007
"Christ is no Moses, no exactor, no giver of laws, but a giver of grace, a Savior; he is infinite mercy and
Contributed by Ken Pell on Mar 21, 2011
ABOLISHING SLAVERY: WILBERFORCE AND MOSES
I found myself reading William Wilberforce’s speeches to the British Parliament the other day, particularly his speeches to abolish the slave trade. I was struck by the tenacity, patience, and confidence that he showed. He was convinced that this evil
Contributed by Peter Loughman on Apr 29, 2008
CAMEL RIDE UP MOUNT SINAI
It is 3:00 in the morning and we are waiting with other pilgrims on the back side of Saint Catherine’s Monastery at the base of mount Sinai. It is a moonless night, pitch black beyond the small light we huddle around. I wonder if I dressed warm enough, I am surprised it
Contributed by Johnny Wilson on Feb 11, 2009
In verse 2, God does something about Moses’ problem. God gives him a sign. God asks Moses about the familiar symbol of his profession—the rod. A rod is not only used for protection and for sorting the sheep, but it is a symbol of authority. So God orders Moses to throw the symbol of his personal
Contributed by Segun Omole on Jul 23, 2009
I’m particularly drawn to this great man not only because of the great and mighty works God did through
Contributed by Sheldon Boyd on Nov 30, 2004
“Moses spend his first forty years thinking he was somebody. He spend his second forty years learning he was a nobody. He spent his third forty years
Contributed by Lynn Malone on Aug 8, 2005
I like what the great evangelist D. L. Moody said about Moses—“Moses spent his first forty years thinking he was somebody. He spent his second forty years finding out he was a nobody. He
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Dec 8, 2005
What would have happened had Moses tried to figure out what was needed to accomplish God’s command? One of the biggest arithmetical miracles in the world was required in the desert.
Moses led the people of Israel into the desert….Now what was he going to do with them? They had to be fed, and
Contributed by Kenneth Squires on Jan 31, 2006
Moses is now 40 years old (Acts 7:23). His life can be broken into three sections:
1st 40 years - Moses thought he was a somebody
2nd 40 years - Moses realized he was a
A pastor was invited at another church to preach. When he began his sermon, there was enthusiasm. The more the congregation responded loud to his sermon, the longer he went on. Finally, he noticed that the host pastor had started responding to his sermon by saying "Amen, Pharaoh."