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  • Mount Sinai And The Law Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Apr 12, 2023

    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 more

  • Grace Is Better Than The Law Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on May 3, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    # 25 in series on Hebrews. A comparison of Mt Sinai - the law, with Mt Zion - representing grace.

    A Study of Hebrews “Jesus Is Better” Sermon # 25 “Grace Is Better Than The Law” Hebrews 12:18-29 The key thought of Hebrews is seen in the word “better” and our whole series has been “Jesus is Better.” more

  • The Search For The Real Mt. Sinai

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Jan 25, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    This outline examines the claims of Bob Cornuke & Larry Williams and their video "The Search for the Real Mt. Sinai" Much of this material comes from Tom Pickett

    The Search for the Real Mt. Sinai ________________________________________________________ Examining the claims of Bob Cornuke & Larry Williams in the video “The Search for the Real Mt. Sinai” It would be helpful to view this video first. more

  • Moses Meets God Series

    Contributed by Paul Norwood on Aug 26, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    The third in this series in which Moses meets God at Mt.Sinai and becomes the great law-giver.

    “Moses Meets God” Text: Exodus 3:1-6 I. Welcome II. Introduction I want to continue our series of lessons this morning on Mountaintop Experiences. The first was “Noah’s New Beginning” on the Mountains of Ararat. Then, on May the 20th, our lesson was “Living by more

  • Don't Leave Your Glorious Perch!

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Sep 3, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Don’t Leave Your Glorious Perch! 1) Mt. Sinai was just a stopping place. 2) Mt. Zion is your home.

    Do you know what a “false” summit is? A false summit is a lesser peak on a mountain. It looms large from lower elevations giving hikers the impression that once they reach the top of that peak they will have conquered the mountain. Of course that’s not the case. The false summit just blocks the more

  • Where Do You Meet With God?

    Contributed by Michael Otterstatter on Sep 10, 2001
    based on 101 ratings

    The two mountains mentioned in these verses direct us to examine the basis of our relationship with God. Do we attempt to interact with him at Mt. Sinai or Mt. Zion?

    “Ararat, Moriah, Sinai, Nebo, Gerizim, Ebal, Carmel, Zion. Those are just a few of the many mountains mentioned in the Bible. What happened at Mt. Ararat? Noah’s ark came to rest there. You may remember that on Mt. Moriah the Lord provided a substitute sacrifice to take the place of the one he more

  • Jesus Christ Is Our Mediator

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Sep 18, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    PENTECOST 14(C) - Jesus Christ is our Mediator not from Mount Sinai but from Mount Zion.

    CHRIST IS OUR MEDIATOR Hebrews 12:18-24 - Sept. 14, 2003 HEBREWS 12:18-24 18You have not come to a mountain that can be touched and that is burning with fire; to darkness, gloom and storm; 19to a trumpet blast or to such a voice speaking words that those who heard it begged more

  • The Two Mountains Series

    Contributed by Frank Lay on Sep 22, 2004
    based on 30 ratings

    Once again in this text, we find the superiority of the New Covenant over the Old Covenant. The writer makes a distinction between two great mountains in the Bible, Mt. Sinai and Mt. Zion.

    THE TWO MOUNTAINS Heb 12:18-24 The key thought of the book of Hebrews is seen in the word “better.” Throughout this book, we have sought to emphasize the superiority of Jesus Christ over the Old Covenant. Jesus is better than the prophets, than the angels, than Moses and Aaron. The New more

  • An Unshakable Kingdom Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Jun 23, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 3rd sermon in the series "Jesus Is Better- The Practice Of Faith".

    Series: Jesus Is Better- The Practice Of Faith [#3] AN UNSHAKABLE KINGDOM Hebrews 12:18-29 Introduction: I was looking at a map that shows earthquakes and noticed that there were 2 in Oklahoma yesterday. In fact, I discovered that there is an average of 50 earthquakes worldwide every day. Some more

  • Protecting God's Crown Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jan 14, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    God gives us his commands for our good - to protect the crown of his creation: us.

    “No running. And no diving into the shallow end.” These are a couple rules you might find at the local swimming pool. Aren’t they annoying? That’s what I used to think until I realized that these rules keep me safe. If I run on a wet surface, for example, I may slip and bang more

  • Approaching God

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Aug 22, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    Today, believers have a much different way to approach God. The redemptive work of Christ is the vivid picture of the New Covenant, the new promise God has with man. A promise that afford us a much closer and intimate approach and worship of God. Our

    APPROACHING GOD Hebrews 12:22-24 INTRODUCTION: All throughout the Old Testament, Man has approached God in various ways. In the Garden of Eden, God approached man. Scripture says that God would walk with man in the Garden of Eden, so man approached God passively. Man was approachable by God. more

  • Knowing God And Praying

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Mar 6, 2017

    We continue to look at life lessons. Today looking at prayer and speaking to God in an active conversation.

    Life’s Pitfalls and Discoveries Knowing God and Praying Hebrews chapter 12:18-12:29 Introduction- We continue to look at the series Life’s Pitfalls and Discoveries; Prayerfully you have sensed that God wants to work not only in our lives but also use our lives to speak and help others on more

  • Hear The Voice Of The True God

    Contributed by Jason Zahn on Sep 12, 2001
    based on 28 ratings

    God speaks to us loud and clear through the two main teachings of his Word - the law and the gospel.

    This past Wednesday evening actress Anne Heche stunned the American public with her shocking revelations in an interview with Barbara Walters on ABC’s 20/20. In that interview Heche explained that for a time in her life she believed that she was actually two people. Heche claimed that Celestia – more

  • See The Shadow At Mt. Sinai

    Contributed by Michael Otterstatter on Sep 22, 2004
    based on 31 ratings

    Although we are far removed by time and space from Mt. Sinai a look back at the shadow of Jesus found there will serve as a great blessing for us.

    What a site it must have been. Three months after the Israelites left Egypt they were camped at the foot of a mountain in the Sinai Desert. Through Moses the LORD told the Children of Israel that he was going to make a covenant—a solemn agreement—with them. He reminded them of the powerful more

  • A Covenant For All Times

    Contributed by Steve Sheek on Jan 30, 2022

    Tree of Life Messianic Congregation Houston 22Jan22. At Mount Sinai God gave his people the Torah, a covenant. But it was not just a Suzerain treaty it was a Marriage agreement, a Ketubah.

    20220122 Parsha Yitro – A covenant for all times Blessing Torah Portion Exodus 19:1-8 Haftarah Isaiah 6:1-7 Brit Chadashah Matthew 19:16-26 The seventeenth reading from the Torah is named Yitro, which is the literal Hebrew behind the name Jethro. The title comes from the first words more