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  • Locusts

    Contributed by Tom Rhodes on May 24, 2004
    based on 8 ratings

    Recent invasion of Cicadas reminds us of locusts of the Bible

    Exodus 10 1And the LORD said unto Moses, Go in unto Pharaoh: for I have hardened his heart, and the heart of his servants, that I might show these my signs before him: 2And that thou mayest tell in the ears of thy son, and of thy son’s son, what things I have wrought in Egypt, and my signs which I more

  • The Sound Of The Locusts!

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Jan 22, 2017

    The Sound of the Locusts! Overview of the book of Joel – sermon by Gordon Curley PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Who wrote the book? (2). When was it written? (3). What's the big idea? (4). So what? SERMON BODY Ill: • Locusts trivia: • Locust are insects that rub their legs and wings against their body, • To make a humming sound. • They can hear this hum and a range of other more

  • Locust Buffet

    Contributed by Timothy Enns on Sep 11, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    God spoke to Joel to tell the people to renew, return to the Lord and rend their heart. The same message applies to us today. What are the Locust storms in our lives. Are we living whole-heartedly for god or is it time to return?

    In 1915 a plague of locusts covered Palestine and Syria from the border of Egypt to the Taurus Mountains. The first swarms appeared in March. These were adult locusts that came from the northeast and moved toward the southwest in clouds so thick they obscured the sun. The females were 2.5 to 3 more

  • The Plague Of Locusts Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Aug 7, 2022

    Then the LORD said to Moses, "Go to Pharaoh, for I have hardened his heart and the hearts of his officials so that I may perform these signs of mine among them

    The Plague of Locusts Exodus 10:1-6 (NIV) Par ? 1 Then the LORD said to Moses, "Go to Pharaoh, for I have hardened his heart and the hearts of his officials so that I may perform these signs of mine among them 2 that you may tell your children and grandchildren how I dealt harshly with the more

  • It's Not About The Locusts

    Contributed by Steven Taylor on Nov 21, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The prophet Joel used locusts to illustrate that the people needed to repent...but it’s not about the locusts.

    1) INTRODUCTION a) When I was a young child, my grandparents had a farm in central NY. This farm was way up on a hill and even though my grandfather didn’t do a whole lot of farming, I remember that the fields at the farm seemed endless in the scope of my childhood world. b) The high grass that more

  • The Locusts That Are Already Here! Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Oct 13, 2015

    Final descriptors of the coming locusts, plus an extraordinary 2015 article about some military locusts that are already here!

    Final descriptors of the locusts of Revelation v. 9. Breastplates like iron. Takes us back to the helicopter/machine description. A steel – plated vehicle impenetrable by normal weapons. Have we not seen all this on the movies of horror? No not really, but we get a little inkling from them. more

  • Locusts And Wild Honey

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Sep 30, 2006

    Sometimes in life you eat honey, sometimes wild locusts, but both can be with God’s help, very nutritional.

    Locusts and Wild Honey Judges 14:9 And he took thereof in his hands, and went on eating, and came to his father and mother, and he gave them, and they did eat: but he told not them that he had taken the honey out of the carcase of the lion. Mark 1:6 And John was clothed with camel’s hair, and with more

  • Locusts, And Their Place In Biblical History Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 25, 2015

    What an incredible creature, the locust. How has God used it to judge those who needed it?

    JOEL, JOHN, and the COMING LOCUSTS A. LOCUSTS in our Earth and in History Locusts have a locally prominent place in Scripture. You’ll see them at the beginning of the Bible story, a little past the middle, and at the end. When they show up, they take over the text, as in real life they more

  • What The Locusts Have Eaten

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Jan 7, 2005
    based on 81 ratings

    This is a sermon for the beginning of a New Year based on the thesis that God is able to renew for each one of us the years "the locusts have eaten."

    What the Locusts Have Eaten --Joel 2:18-27 (Verse 25, “I will repay you for the years the Locust have eaten— The great locust and the young Locust, The other locusts and the locust Swarm— My great army that I sent among You.”—NIV) They are destroyers and a delicacy. God sent them as the more

  • Joel Sees John's Locusts Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Sep 29, 2015

    The prophet Joel and the apostle John see the same vision! Confirmation that God is speaking.

    The day of the Lord is coming! 2:1-11 It is impossible to imagine what Joel now sees, but we assume it is awful enough to warrant a severe warning. Though we hear the familiar “it is near” as in the Book of Revelation, we are clued in to the reality that the things Joel is about to more

  • The Years That The Locust Has Eaten

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Aug 31, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    A promise of restoration to the repentant. A prophecy of the outpouring of the Spirit. A warning of the judgment to come.

    THE YEARS THAT THE LOCUST HAS EATEN. Joel 2:23-32. A very old elder once said to me that his only regret was “the years that the locust has eaten” (Joel 2:25). However, there is no point in bemoaning what may have been, but rather our eyes should be on the here and now, and in the prospects more

  • A God Who Restores

    Contributed by Rhonda Feurtado on Feb 25, 2005
    based on 54 ratings

    Our god is a God who restores. Even at those times when we feel all is lost, God is there and he promises to restore us, but it may not be in the ways we expect.

    A GOD WHO RESTORES Restoration. What a powerful word. What do you think of when you hear that word (pause). Perhaps you imagine your health or marriage restored. Perhaps you imagine your youth or your family restored. Perhaps you imagine you career that is failing or your self-esteem restored. more

  • The Impending Day Of The Lord Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Jul 13, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    Joel 2:1-17 teaches us that God's impending judgment may yet be averted by a wholehearted repentance.

    Scripture We are currently in a sermon series that I am calling, “Lessons from a Minor Prophet: Joel.” The Prophet Joel was perhaps the earliest of the Old Testament’s writing prophets. My own view is that Joel wrote his prophecy in the eighth (or perhaps even in the ninth) century BC. The more

  • God Will Make Up

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Apr 5, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    The locusts can destroy..alright......but let me tell you MY GOD can restore everything that has been lost! Hurray!

    God will make up Joel 2:25"Then I will make up to you for the years that the swarming locust has eaten…..” Before I delve into the message, I just want to talk about the locusts that God mentions in the Bible that can cause great, great damage. Locusts will swarm into your fields and eat more

  • When God Restores What The Locusts Eat

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Apr 6, 2007
    based on 129 ratings

    This message brings a word of hope in the midst of devastation. God can restore what the locust has eaten.

    April 2007 “When God Restores What the Locusts Eat” Joel 2:18-27 INTRODUCTION: Joel was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah between 835-796 B.C. about the same time Elisha was prophesying to the Northern Kingdom, Israel in 848 BC. Joel speaks to people who had become very complacent more