Sermon Series
  • 1. Travelogue

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2023
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    The people of Israel after their exodus from Egypt had spent 40 years in the wilderness. They stationed in 42 places. These places and events corresponds to our life journey on the earth.

    Numbers 32 42 Stations Chapter 33 of the Book of Numbers contains a comprehensive list of the forty-two places the Israelites visited during the Wandering in the Desert. They stopped and set up camp forty-two times in the forty years they spent in the wilderness. This record encompasses the ...read more

  • 2. Pharaoh's Attitude Towards Worship

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2023
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    Worship is not a routine activity but a spiritual exercise to feed the soul and renew the relationship with one another and with God. Satan blocks the way. He justifies the attitude of indifferent to Worship.

    Exodus 5:1, 8:25, 8:28, 10:8-11, 24 Pharaoh's attitude to Worship Pharaoh: This title to the kings of Egypt has come into effect from the 22nd Dynasty. We have references to the Pharaoh during Abraham, Pharaoh during Joseph, and Pharaoh during the Time of Moses and exodus, he was Amenhotep II ...read more

  • 3. The Passover

    Contributed on Feb 9, 2023
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    The Passing over of the Angel of God over the land of Egypt is known as Passover. While he passes over he would spare the houses of Israelites because of their coverage by the blood.

    Exodus 12:1-28 - The Passover Introduction: Exodus 12 and 13 constitute a single literary unit as both describe Jehovah's Passover. These chapters have instructions for the preparation, observations, readiness to leave, and passing on to future generations as an ordinance. The description ...read more

  • 4. Elim

    Contributed on Feb 28, 2023
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    God leads his people according to his design and tests the hearts of the people to know their commitment during the times of tribulations and sufferings. There is a great light to those who walk on the land of darkness.

    Text: Exodus 15:27 Theme: Elim INTRODUCTION to ELIM Elim was the next stage for Marah. ‘Elim’ means ‘large trees.’ According to Exodus 15:23, 16:1, and Numbers 33:9-11, Elim is described as being between Marah and the Wilderness of Sin, near the eastern shore of the Red Sea. It was possibly ...read more

  • 5. Wilderness Of Sin And Manna

    Contributed on Mar 20, 2023
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    The exodus community was facing shortage of food while they were in the wilderness and the Lord met their needs miraculously. Its interesting to note that God does greater things in their life. The miracle worker is with us.

    Exodus 16 - The Wilderness of Sin and Manna INTRODUCTION: ‘And they journeyed from Elim, and all the congregation of the children of Israel came to the Wilderness of Sin, which is between Elim and Sinai, on the fifteenth day of the second month after they departed from the land of Egypt.’ The ...read more

  • 6. Rephidim And Massah-Meribah

    Contributed on Mar 20, 2023
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    The journey in the wilderness had given the Israelites to meet constant challenges. Either they went without water or food. They were in need of always the intervention of God. The Lord met them on every step of their lives. They had water, food, and meat.

    Exodus 17:1–7 Rephidim & Smitten Rock Rephidim: Now, Exodus 17:1-7 explains the problems of scarcity of water or the issue is water. The Rephidim and Smitten Rock show the ‘un-excusableness on Man’s part and the infinite mercy on God’s part’ (Dr Pink). The word Rephidim means the resting ...read more

  • 7. Mount Sinai And The Law

    Contributed on Apr 12, 2023
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    The Mount Sinai and the Law of Moses are inseparable. Both play a vital role in the lives of the Israelites community. Today church claims many good things and they are our milestones to look forward.

    Week 11 (April 10-14) Text: Exodus 19 & 20 Mount Sinai and the Law Mount Sinai: Mount Sinai is called the Mountain of Moses. it is also known as Mount Hareh, in Hebrew as Har Sinai, in Arabic as Jabal Musa. It is a granitic peak of the south-central Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. The Sinai is a ...read more

  • 8. Three Powerful Sins

    Contributed on Apr 20, 2023
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    Discouragement, Jealousy and rebellion are three powerful weapons to destroy the Leaders who serve God. All of them had lost their goal on the way to attainment. Great Loss to the great leaders. How about you?

    Numbers 11:11-14, 12; 16:1-2, Dangers in the Wilderness Introduction: Today we will learn the dangers of the Wilderness journey. Three key leaders had problems according to their standards of spirituality. Sins of three Leaders: Moses, Miriam, and Korah were three powerful characters in the ...read more

  • 9. Dangers In The Wilderness

    Contributed on May 15, 2023
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    Moses, Miriam, and Korah were three powerful characters in the wilderness journey. But each one has a committee sin according to their circumstances. Watch out, where you are?

    Numbers 11:11-14, 12;16:1-2, Dangers in the Wilderness Introduction: Today we will learn the dangers of the Wilderness journey. Three key leaders had problems according to their standards of spirituality. Sins of three Leaders: Moses, Miriam, and Korah were three powerful characters in the ...read more

  • 10. Golden Calf In Exodus Community

    Contributed on May 15, 2023
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    The worship of the golden calf is seen as a supreme act of apostasy of the Exodus Community. The Calf is a representation of the Egyptian bull god Apis, and of the Canaanite fertility god Baal during the period of Kings (Exodus 32, 1 King 12).

    Exodus 32 - Golden Calf in Exodus Community Golden Calf represents Apis and Baal: The worship of the golden calf is seen as a supreme act of apostasy of the Exodus Community. The Calf is a representation of the Egyptian bull god Apis, and of the Canaanite fertility god Baal during the period of ...read more

  • 11. Dangers Of Mixed Multitude

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    In Exodus 12:38 we read that there a mixed multitude joined the Israelites when they left Egypt. In the Targum the phrase is rendered "many foreigners," and "a medley of outlandish people". The Vulgate translates people who do not belong to the population of the country.

    Numbers 11:4-6 Dangers of the Mixed Multitude Introduction: In Exodus 12:38 we read that there a mixed multitude joined the Israelites when they left Egypt. The Hebrew word for multitude is rab meaning "great," "many," or "large." In the Targum the phrase is vaguely ...read more

  • 12. The Bronze Serpent

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    The Sin glitters, attracts, playful but hurting the Soul and mind. Be watchful and careful against the evil designs of people and Satan.

    Numbers 21 The Bronze Serpent Introduction: The Nehushtan is the name given to the bronze image of a serpent on a pole. The snake’s bites were the punishment for the Israelites for speaking against him and Moses. Yahweh instructed Moses to erect it so that the Israelites who saw it would be ...read more

  • 13. City Of Ramses

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    The Slavery city, it has extracted their energy, strength and retuned to them nothing but bitterness and heaviness. Where do you live today? In Ramses of money minting work or earning to live a decent life?

    Exodus 12, Numbers 33:50 – The city of Rameses Introduction: Exodus ((exodos from ex = out + hodos = way) is literally "the road out" or "the way out"! A way out of Egypt, out of bondage, out of death, and out of human iniquity. Exodus chapters 12 and 13 constitute a single ...read more

  • 14. Cross The Jordan

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    This terrible river, lying at the bottom of the most spectacular gash upon the surface of the planet Earth, most of its course lying even below the level of the sea, is an astoundingly appropriate symbol of death. But a faith Step changes everything.

    Joshua 3 - Crossing the Jordan Promise and the Problems: On the shore of Jordan Israelites were lodging for three days as the Lord told them to do (Joshua 1:11). Now, they saw a rushing river, swollen with spring rains lie in front of them. They would have wondered and discussed “How can we ever ...read more

  • 15. Settlement Issues

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2023
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    For over the centuries the History is repeated with the Jewish Community, the matter known as the settlement issues. What is the present tension reflects the same. Breaking law, disobedience in any side results in loss of lives.

    Joshua 7 - Settlement Issues Introduction: The conquest of Canaan was a gradual process with victories (Joshua 1:1-21) and defeats (Joshua 1:27-36). Joshua gave it for an inheritance to Israel according to their tribal allotments. And the land had rest from war (Joshua 11:23). It begins with the ...read more