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  • Giving Thanks To God Series

    Contributed by Bruce Landry on Nov 24, 2002
    based on 10 ratings

    Let’s walk with Israel this week as Jethro returns Moses’ family. We will see Jethro praising Moses’ God above all gods and sacrificing to God. This is something we would do well to always remember.

    Giving Thanks to God When God Moves People know God’s activities are organized activities DBF Sunday Sermon, 11/24/02 You know a lot of times we are so busy looking at the bad things around us that we fail to see what is that good and perfect thing that God is doing in our midst. Lets more

  • Developing Eyes Of Faith

    Contributed by Charles Whitmire on Jun 26, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    This message looks at the life of Moses and lessons we can learn to become people of Faith

    Do you remember the story when Jesus was walking on water and Peter did too? Jesus had been praying and a storm had come up - he walked out to where the disciples were - Peter said, “Lord if its you, tell me to come and I’ll come to you.” Jesus said come on - Peter gets out of the boat and he more

  • Between A Rock And A Hard Place Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 30, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    At the Red Sea Israel disovered that God was at work, using the created order to achieve his purposes - to rescue his people from an impossible situation and bring about a great victory that would be remembered by the Israelites, and others, for all time.

    Israel were afraid. A paralysing fear, so great that all they could do was cry out in terror to God. Do you know what that’s like? When things seem so dark and there’s no way out, nothing you can do? When the doctor tells you that you need heart surgery as soon as possible. When the phone rings and more

  • God Knew Series

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Feb 1, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    The main theme of Exodus 2:23-25 is the Providence of God… God Knew – and He still does! He heard the cry and groans of His people, He cared about their suffering, and He knew just how to deliver them.

    The main theme of Exodus 2:23-25 is the Providence of God… God Knew – and He still does! He heard the cry and groans of His people, He cared about their suffering, and He knew just how to deliver them. In Ex. 2:1-10, we see *A Parent’s Faith: a young couple married in the midst more

  • Listening For Abuse Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 8, 2003
    based on 5 ratings

    Many of us are only a short step from the abuse of other races, of women, or of children. We must listen to our own hearts and must correct this by exposure to others and to the power of Christ.

    I For the last several Sundays we’ve been doing an exercise in listening to ourselves. We’ve put ourselves into Moses’ life and we’ve listened to what we feel about ourselves. I hope it’s been productive. It certainly has spoken to me. I hope you’ve been able to listen to yourselves under the more

  • Moses, The Helper

    Contributed by Ronald Keller on May 19, 2003
    based on 93 ratings

    Moses often failed in his attempts to help--But he never gave up and quit--Even when we fail we must never give up, we must not quit.

    (Exodus 2:11-21 & 3:11-21) INTRODUCTION It is fun to watch young children try to help their parents. Remember the first time you tried to teach your child to crack an egg? The egg shells scattered throughout the scrambled eggs gave an interesting crunch as you and your child ate that more

  • But ... But ... But

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 19, 2010

    Introverts do not think they are ready for ministry, but actually their personality is a resource for ministry, for they can enable God to empower them.

    The way we live out our lives depends on the kind of personality we have. What we do, how we do it, the way we go about our daily tasks, the ways in which we relate to one another … all these things come out of the kind of personality we have. You can argue, if you want, that cultural more

  • Rev. #34~11:1-7 The Two Witnesses –pt. 1 Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Dec 11, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    There are a lot of people that disagree as to who these two witnesses are, some say that their Elijah and John the Baptist, some Elijah and Enoch, but most believe its Elijah and Moses, and to me Elijah and Moses are who they are.

    Rev. #34~11:1-7 THE TWO WITNESSES –pt.1 12-12-09 Today we’ll continue in our study of the Revelation, we’re here in chapter 11: Lets remember that chapters 10: -14: are like a parenthesis, their sorta like a pause of the destruction that we’ve been reading about, as the Lord directs John more

  • Leadership Trails Series

    Contributed by Brent Baker on Oct 24, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    There are no leaders who haven’t experienced somekind of trail. This sermon shows us how Moses overcame those trials.

    Just a few weeks ago we saw John Roberts sworn in as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. We watched as he was grilled over and over about his stance on certain issues. And now sometime in the near future we will see Harriet Miers going through the same things. But I doubt if either one of them more

  • The Passover Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 3, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    The Passover is a wonderful picture of the plight of sinful man and the provision of a gracious God - a God who judges sin with death but gives grace through the blood of the Lamb of God.

    Chapter 12 of Exodus is one of the most important chapters of this book, and perhaps one of the most important of the Old Testament. The reason is that it paints for us a picture of the human condition, and God’s plan to save mankind. The family of Jacob came to Egypt because of a famine - God more

  • Moses And Mt Nebo

    Contributed by Dana Visneskie on Mar 14, 2005
    based on 39 ratings

    This message talks about how to get from the valley experience christians go through, to the mountain top experience were we all would like to be. How do Christians get from the valley to the Mountain and what we experience while on the mountain

    Title: Moses And Mt Nebo Text: Deut 32:45 and 34:1-12 Read Text!!! Pray!!! Introduction: - We all know that in the Word of God and with our experience with God there are valley experiences and mountain top experiences. - We know that the Word does not specifically speak of mountain more

  • You've Got To Be Kidding Series

    Contributed by Sheldon Boyd on Dec 1, 2004
    based on 7 ratings

    This message is about how God will use the most unlikely people to do the most significant tasks. This part 5 of a 9 part series.

    MOSES: FROM DOUBT TO DELIVERANCE YOU’VE GOT TO BE KIDDING? Sunday October 13, 2002 Scripture Reference: Exodus 3:10-22 Intro. A. Last week learned some very encouraging truths. For one thing we learned that God prefers failures. God is not going to and frow throughout he earth more

  • The Bitter Root Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jun 22, 2008
    based on 66 ratings

    Churches should be a place filled with gentle and loving people who wouldn’t be a place of anger and conflict. But too often, churches are known as places of conflict and pain. How should a Christian leader deal with this issue?

    OPEN: In Winchester, Ohio there’s a church called the Bethlehem Church of Christ. It’s been in existence for over 150 years, and over the years different events have been recorded in their “history” book. One of their recent ministers was reading back over the different entries in this book when he more

  • Of Pride And Prejudice Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 27, 2002
    based on 67 ratings

    Aaron and Miriam lead a rebellion against Moses’ leadership that incenses God. What did they do wrong, and what can it teach us?

    OPENING: Joe had ordered an expensive suit for a banquet, and the tailor finished alterations just in time. But as Joe left the shop, a sudden rainstorm doused the jacket and shrank one of the sleeves. "We can’t do anything about it today," the tailor told Joe when he returned to the shop. more

  • Living On Leftovers

    Contributed by Joe Jones on Jan 17, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    Are leftovers really mentioned in the Bible? You bet they are!

    For me there is always something exciting about coming to the end of another year. It marks completion for me, a conclusion to 12 months of the “daily grind”, hammering out life and blazing my own trail. It’s the transformation from what I was doing and who I presently am into what I can soon more