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  • Moses Vs. Pharaoh Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Dec 3, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    God’s way isn’t always the easy way, but it’s always the best way.

    [If you would like to receive free weekly sermons by email, please contact] For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and out a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7 NKJV). Fear is the opposite of faith. 24By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused more

  • The Darkness Of Sin

    Contributed by Philip Harrelson on Oct 2, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    A message that deals with the pull and the destruction of sin in a life.

    THE DARKNESS OF SIN TEXT: Exodus 1:8-11 Exodus 1:8-11 KJV Now there arose up a new king over Egypt, which knew not Joseph. [9] And he said unto his people, Behold, the people of the children of Israel are more and mightier than we: [10] Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest they more

  • Only God Is God Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 44 ratings

    Moses Confronts Pharaoh with the warning that only yahweh is truly God.

  • Getting Free And Staying Free - Exodus Part 11 Series

    Contributed by Dan Carroll on Jul 28, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon on the bondage of sin using the conflict between Moses and Pharaoh as an example.

  • Exodus 3:11-22

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Aug 13, 2014

    God sends Moses to Pharaoh to show his “I AM” power in saving Israel.

  • Experience Deliverance And Breakthrough

    Contributed by Rufus Elijah Yamoah on Aug 3, 2015

    The message of a message of prophetic deliverance and breakthrough God is bringing into the lives of every believer.

    God is a faithful God and He is Unchangeable Changer. Malachi chapter 3 verse 6 "I am the LORD, and I do not change. That is why you descendants of Jacob are not already destroyed”. His Power is unlimited and there is no distance barrier for the working power of His Living more

  • Exodus 7:1-5

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Oct 22, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    God reveals himself as Yahweh to Pharaoh to show that he makes a distinction between Israel and Egypt, and that he can and will keep his promise to Abraham.

  • Exodus 11:1-10

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Dec 18, 2014

    God prepares Israel and Egypt for the Exodus with the promise of the Passover.

  • Exodus 8:1-32

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Nov 11, 2014

    God makes a distinction between Moses and Pharaoh’s magicians and between Israel and Egypt through the first four plagues of the Exodus.

    Moses has commanded freedom for the Israelites, but Pharaoh has simply refused. Aaron’s staff turned into a serpent to change his mind, but the Egyptian magicians did the same and Pharaoh’s heart only swelled with pride and hardened. Even when Aaron’s serpent consumed the others more

  • Exodus 7:14-25

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Nov 5, 2014

    God turns the water into blood to show his power over Egypt and to begin the Exodus.

    The last time we were together we read about when God turned Aaron’s staff into a serpent to prove his power and free Israel from Egyptian slavery. He had, however, already determined that Pharaoh wouldn’t listen, and that’s what happened when the magicians came into the room and more

  • War Of The Gods Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on May 14, 2008
    based on 101 ratings

    10 PLAGUES and the SIGNIFICANCE of each. This showdown is not just between Moses & Pharaoh, but between Jehovah God and the gods of Egypt. Link inc. to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint.

    War of the Gods Exodus 5:1-2 Moses the deliverer is God’s selected man to lead His people to freedom. He made every excuse he could think of, and finally surrendered to do God’s will. Moses says, “Let my people go.” Pharaoh refuses, and more

  • The Great Deliverance Series

    Contributed by David Welch on Jun 18, 2018

    Message two in our series on the journey of faith in Exodus. This message tracks the deliverance form Egypt.

    Chico Alliance Church Pastor David Welch ”The Great Deliverance” I. CONFRONTATION #1 “Let my people go!” 5:2-6:13 A. Moses communicated God’s demand 5:1-3 God said to let my people go! Pharaoh, “Who is this God? The God of the Hebrews said, “Obey or else.” B. Pharaoh more

  • Exodus 5,6 - Keep Your Focus! Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Dec 25, 2009
    based on 11 ratings

    How do you feel when you really believe God has called you to have a positive Godly influence on people and all you end up with is rejection? What do you do when things go from bad to worse? Pack up and leave? I love what Moses does...

    Exodus 5,6 - Keep Your Focus! Exodus 5 is where Moses confronts Pharaoh and says "Let my people go!" He is rejected by Pharaoh and instead of freeing Israel, Pharaoh increases the oppression of their slavery. As a result of Moses efforts, Israel also rejects Moses leadership. How would you more

  • Commitment Or Compromise?

    Contributed by Gregory Mc Donald on Oct 16, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    Will you be committed to your call or will you compromise?

    Commitment or Compromise? Exodus 8 & 10 Pastor Greg Mc Donald This morning I’m going to take you briefly through several chapters in the book of Exodus so you will have a better picture of what is taking place and to give you a little history of the events in Egypt. In Exodus 7:19-25, more

  • Recognizing The Sovereign

    Contributed by Kyle Blanton on Mar 26, 2008

    Not so much a description of "whosoever" or "elect" as it is a recognition of the sovereignty of God and His right to do what He chooses.

    Recognizing the Sovereign Romans 9:14-33 3-30-08 a.m. (PDBC) This passage of scripture has presented the church with much difficulty. Here we have the clashing of philosophies regarding “Whosoever” and the “Elect”. I admit that I wasn’t looking forward to dealing with it this week. I know more