Category Archives: Exodus

Mighty Mammon vs. Almighty God

It’s one of those foundational pieces of counsel that, by God’s grace, has stuck with me over the years. Long ago I was offered a bit of sage advice: Beware, our possessions have a way of possessing us. We may … Continue reading

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Do Not Fear the Fear

They are standing at the base of a mountain that seems to be exploding before their very eyes. A cloud hangs over the mountain creating a thick darkness. The ground trembles under their feet, as the thunder reverberates over their … Continue reading

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Not Who Am I But Who I AM

He never answered the question. God had called to him, but God didn’t answer him, at least not directly. The one thing Moses wants to know about the mission God has ordained for him, and God leaves him hanging. Or … Continue reading

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A Good Problem To Have

I’m going to say that, 9.5 times out of 10, when someone hears “Exodus” and “the people going to Moses” together, they’re thinking, “whining again!” That’s kind of the modus operandi we expect from this group of wilderness wanderers. Sure … Continue reading

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God’s Glory Trailer

I’m not really much of a movie buff. You won’t find me going to a theater very often. But one thing I think I have noticed is that movie trailers seem to have become bigger and bigger deals of late. … Continue reading

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What Is It?

It’s somewhat fascinating how quickly the glow of God’s manifest glory can fade. And it’s not an issue with the nature of God’s glory, but a reflection of the feebleness of His people’s memories. I’m reading in Exodus 16 this … Continue reading

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Making a Memory

Don’t know why, but as I read the familiar story in Exodus 12 this morning, something struck me as kind of odd. The mighty signs and wonders of God through Moses and Aaron have been escalating as has the pressure … Continue reading

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