- Show and TellAs humans we enjoy collective identity. In sports the pronoun we is used an awful lot “we won.” No you didn’t, you sat on your couch eating cheetos. There are historical instances too. Often as Americans we find ourselves saying “we beat the British at Yorktown.” Well, ok…the continental army did but…sermons.faithlife.com
- From Exodus to EasterMany years ago my parents and I went on a trip out west. Part of the trip involved the Rocky Mountains in the Colorado Springs to Denver area. If you’ve ever been there…plain on one side then a sharp increase of mts. The edge of the mountains looms over these towns and cities. From afar you think you…sermons.faithlife.com
- He Has Protected UsJustice and Mercy The law is harsh and cannot help us to receive forgiveness. In Craddock Stories, a collection of outstanding stories by Fred Craddock, is the following account with one who could understand law, but not grace. Craddock preached in Blue Ridge, Georgia one Sunday while the pastor was…sermons.faithlife.com
- New Beginnings Bible Fellowship Church published a newsletterReadThe Delsea DigestWeek of March 22, 2021
Journey Through Exodus
This upcoming Sunday is Palm Sunday, and the weekend begins Passover. Appropriately, we will be in Exodus 12 looking at the institution of the Passover and the 10th and final plague.
Read Exodus 12:1-32 in preparation. Consider the symbolism as it points to Jesus.
Looking ahead. Our Resurrection Day passage will be the Exodus itself. What does the Exodus have to do with the Resurrection?
- That You May KnowReturning to Exodus…where we left off... So I want to introduce the next 2 plagues and the threat of the last…then we will go over some themes that come out of this passage. The Eighth Plague The second in the last set of 3…it comes with a warning as has been the pattern. God, through Moses commands…sermons.faithlife.com