This episode the entire gang is here! Join us as we discuss an important moment in the life of Moses. He comes face to face with a. burning bush. As he gets closer he learns he's actually face to face with God. Take off your sandals and join us with today's discussion of Exodus 3:5!
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A new MP3 sermon from Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: How an Army of Frogs Exposed Heart-Hardness by Humiliating Pharaoh Subtitle: Family Worship Speaker: James Hakim Broadcaster: Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian Event: Devotional Date: 10/20/2021 Bible: Exodus 8:1-15 Length: 20 min.
Exodus 5-6 Darkest Before the Dawn: When God Waits When our circumstances are dark, we must fix our eyes on our LORD and Redeemer, trusting His promises and confident that His rescue is sure, for our Rescuer has come.
On this episode of The Scoop, founder Ari Rubenstein and founder & CEO Ryan Sheftel joined host Frank Chaparro to discuss the launch of their new crypto firm, called Radkl. Radkl, which was born out of trading firm and New York Stock Exchange market maker GTS, is a new digital asset trading business. GTS currently trades hundreds of thousands of financial instruments algorithmically, which according to GTS accounts for some “five percent of the entire US equity markets by volume.” Radkl's focus on crypto today means providing liquidity and eventually getting into decentralized finance protocols like staking, among other services it expects to offer for its clients. “Being involved in the liquidity provision, in the AMM protocols, and DeFi is an obvious first start” Said Sheftel. The CEO said that he expects traditional CeFi order books to merge with AMM liquidity, and to have Radkl serve that sector of the market. Meanwhile, Rubenstein sees the beginnings of crypto firms as a similar kind of disruption and growth potential for traditional businesses to when capital markets went electronic and online. Rubenstein believes they are early entrants into a growing market, “I think we're going to see a world very soon, Frank, that we see an explosion in a secondary markets for things that formerly didn't have secondary markets that now are made by this digitization of of industries that- I don't mean just financial instruments or digital pictures like entities- I mean lots of other things that could ride the backbone of CeFi and decentralized finance.” Hedge fund investor and owner of the Mets Steve Cohen also announced he will be backing Radkl. Though as of yet, the exact sum of that investment has not been disclosed. Episode 66 of Season 3 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Ari Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Ryan Sheftel, Co-Founder & CEO at Radkl. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Bakkt, Kraken and Exodus Bakkt® unlocks the $1.2+ trillion of digital assets that is currently held in cryptocurrencies, rewards and loyalty points, gaming assets and merchant stored value. We began in 2018 with the vision to bring trust and transparency to digital assets. Through the Bakkt Warehouse and Bakkt Bitcoin Futures and Options contracts, we serve institutional clients in an end-to-end regulated market with true price transparency. For consumers, Bakkt aggregates digital assets to enable instant liquidity and to empower users to trade, transfer and pay however they want. Visit Bakkt.com for more information About Kraken Whether you're an experienced crypto trader or just starting out, Kraken has the tools to help you achieve financial freedom. With 50+ cryptocurrencies to choose from, industry-leading security and a wide variety of features to suit any investing strategy, Kraken puts the power in your hands to buy, sell and trade digital assets. Visit Kraken.com to get started today. About Exodus Exodus is leading the world out of traditional finance by building beautiful and user-friendly crypto products. Forget having to learn the nuances of different cryptocurrencies. Exodus is designed for everyone and hides the complex details behind a beautiful and intuitive interface. Buy and sell one cryptocurrency for another from the comfort of your wallet, in seconds. Funds remain under your full control. Secure, manage, stake, and exchange all of your favorite cryptocurrencies from one wallet. No account registration is required. Download Exodus at Exodus.com or directly from Google Play and the iOS App Store and you're ready to go.
"The Battle is the Lord's, we need only to stand still" (ref: Exodus 14:14). Believers in the Lord Jesus Christ are perpetually victorious; no matter what we walk through and despite all we might experience our destination is trophy laden and full of the spoils of great things for He has paid for it All! The fruit we bare is all to His Glory, for its dependence is not on the things which we do but all about our heart being positionally surrendered in a place of worship ready for the Master's use! When it comes to this sermon, 'A Lost Victory Restored' join Pastor Moses Anderson as he expresses this timely reminder with absolute precision. This is one not to be missed! Thanks for tuning in, don't forget to subscribe for more On Demand content! "The Battle is the Lord's, we need only to stand still" (Exodus 14:14)
This episode looks at Luke 2:23, “(as it is written in the Law of the Lord, “Every male who first opens the womb shall be called holy to the Lord”). The ritual that is said (Exodus 13:2) is less significant than the one left unsaid (Numbers 18:15–16). Christ had no need of the redemption ritual because he is already set apart from sin and set apart for God's purposes. Praise God for our sinless savior!
Study Guide Rosh Hashanah 11 Pictures This month of learning is sponsored in memory of Dr. Chaya R. Gorsetman, Chaya bat Esriel ה’Naomi z’l during the period of shloshim by her husband, children, and grandchildren. "We especially wanted to sponsor Talmud learning in honor of Chaya because Chaya learned gemara with her father, Esriel, starting in the sixth grade. This was an unusual opportunity for women at that time and Esriel loved Gemara and made it come alive for Chaya. This experience impacted her life's work, educating novice teachers to give children the tools to nurture their wonder and natural curiosity, in order to make them lifelong learners. As part of her educational philosophy and life, Chaya championed greater involvement and engagement of women in Orthodox Jewish life, so it feels especially meaningful to sponsor learning through Hadran, an organization dedicated to inspiring and enabling Jewish women across the world to learn Talmud. What are the sources upon which both Rabbi Eliezer and Rabbi Yehoshua derive each of the dates of the events discussed - the creation of the world, birth and death date of Avraham and Yaakov, and of Yitchak, Sarah, Rachel, and Chana's prayers were answered (to have children), the release of Joseph from jail, Jews stopped being slaves in Egypt, the Exodus from Egypt, and the future redemption. They have another debate regarding the date of the flood which is dependent on their debate regarding the creation of the world. Rabbi Eliezer who holds that the world was created in Nissan holds that the flood began on 17 Cheshvan. Rabbi Yehuda who holds that the world was created in Tishrei holds that the flood began on 17 Iyar.
For the third time in the Torah, we read about destruction. Previously, the Flood destroyed the world save Noah and family, and the Dispersal ended the universal civilization, and in our parsha we read about the overturning of Sodom and Gomorrah. The timing of Sodom's destruction is really interesting. Our Sages said that it happened […]
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This week we continue our sermon series entitled "We Are Called..." Pastor Emily shares a message "To Generosity" through scripture Exodus 36:1-7. Missed a passed service, check out our YouTube Channel for previous services or you can find our Podcast wherever you podcast from. Want to know more about First Church? Visit our website at firstchurchorlando.org
Dr. Petrovich's new book, "Origins of the Hebrews: New Evidence of Israelites in Egypt from Joseph to the Exodus" is expected to be available for purchase from the publisher, New Creation in November 2021. It should be available on Amazon.com shortly thereafter. New Creation is also reprinting his first book, “The World's Oldest Alphabet: Hebrew as the Language of the Proto-Consonantal Script”, which is also expected to be available in November 2021. Dr. Petrovich also has a peer-reviewed paper related to this class entitled “The Dating of Hazor's Destruction in Joshua 11 by Way of Biblical, Archaeological, and Epigraphical Evidence” available for download from his academia.edu site.
The book of Exodus sheds light on the church's grand mission but it also reveals what kind of God the Lord is. In Exodus, we see that He is one who pursues His glory and our good and He makes Himself known in Christ Jesus. This week, Pastor Matt continues our sermons series, "The Redeemed Humanity" Exodus 19:7-15.
The book of Exodus sheds light on the church's grand mission but it also reveals what kind of God the Lord is. In Exodus, we see that He is one who pursues His glory and our good and He makes Himself known in Christ Jesus. This week, Pastor Matt continues our sermons series, "The Redeemed Humanity" Exodus 19:1-9.
Following his sermon within Free at Last, a series through Exodus, Tyler interviews Raphael to see what else he would have expounded or touched upon. Sermon Passage: Exodus 14-15:21 If you have any questions about the sermon, make sure to fill out the form on the Church Center App.
In the preface to his History of Rome Livy wrote that he wanted to explore, “what was the life, what the mores, by what men, and by what arts—at home and at war—imperium was born and augmented.” In the course, “Exodus and the American Vision,” What was the life, what the mores, by what men, and by what arts? are questions Dr. Pavlos Papadopoulos's senior humanities students are asking about the American character with the help of authors including John Adams, Edmund Burke, Thomas Jefferson, and others.
The New Testament tells us that “https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2%20Corinthians%204%3A4-6&version=NIV (the god of this age)” casts a kind of spell on our minds and hearts to keep us from seeing God's glory. One way he does it is by constantly filling our lives with cultural distractions. An incessant stream of noise to keep us from being able to contemplate spiritual reality. This episode will help you create some “quiet time” so you can https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2%20Corinthians%203%3A14-18&version=NIV (contemplate God's glory) in his goodness and steadfast love for you, so that the Holy Spirit can transform your life more and more. 2 Corinthians 3:14–18 NIV 14 But their minds were made dull, for to this day the same veil remains when the old covenant is read. It has not been removed, because only in Christ is it taken away. 15 Even to this day when Moses is read, a veil covers their hearts. 16 But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. 17 Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. 18 And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord's glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit. 2 Corinthians 4:3–6 NIV 3 And even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. 4 The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel that displays the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. 5 For what we preach is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus' sake. 6 For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God's glory displayed in the face of Christ. Psalm 118:1–4 ESV 1 Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures forever! 2 Let Israel say, “His steadfast love endures forever.” 3 Let the house of Aaron say, “His steadfast love endures forever.” 4 Let those who fear the LORD say, “His steadfast love endures forever.” Exodus 34:5–6 NIV 5 Then the LORD came down in the cloud and stood there with him and proclaimed his name, the LORD. 6 And he passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, “The LORD, the LORD, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness…” 2 Chronicles 5:13–14 NIV 13 The trumpeters and musicians joined in unison to give praise and thanks to the LORD. Accompanied by trumpets, cymbals and other instruments, the singers raised their voices in praise to the LORD and sang: “He is good; his love endures forever.” Then the temple of the LORD was filled with the cloud, 14 and the priests could not perform their service because of the cloud, for the glory of the LORD filled the temple of God. 2 Chronicles 7:1–3 NIV 1 When Solomon finished praying, fire came down from heaven and consumed the burnt offering and the sacrifices, and the glory of the LORD filled the temple. 2 The priests could not enter the temple of the LORD because the glory of the LORD filled it. 3 When all the Israelites saw the fire coming down and the glory of the LORD above the temple, they knelt on the pavement with their faces to the ground, and they worshiped and gave thanks to the LORD, saying, “He is good; his love endures forever.” Romans 8:35, 37-39 NIV Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword? ...37 No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. 38 For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, 39 neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Who can you share
After the year and a half we just had, how do we find happiness? How do we, a generation more overloaded with information and emotional stimuli than ever, go about living lives of goodness and joy? To unpack this, Rabbi Lamm spoke to bestselling author, and internationally renowned expert on Happiness Studies, Tal Ben Shahar. In this fascinating, wide ranging conversation they talked about the relationship between Happiness and Goodness, the evolution of education, what we can learn from the Books of Genesis and Exodus, why you might feel the urge to flip someone off if they cut you off in traffic, the importance of gratitude, the mind vs. body problem, and the joys of getting coffee!
“For us it's almost like having a store on 5th avenue”. Atari is gearing up to celebrate its 50th anniversary, and appropriately enough the company is kicking off its half-century birthday not in the physical world, but in the metaverse. Specifically, it is hoping to capitalize off of the "land" it owns in virtual worlds built by Decentraland and The Sandbox. Atari's Head of Blockchain Manfred Mantschev told host Frank Chaparro on The Scoop: “When these plots came up the value of the adjacent plots would go up because people recognized the Atari brand, and that image would basically drive people, drive interest to the whole project. So that's kind of how we got started.” Real estate in the metaverse continues to sell for record breaking amounts. With early hits such as Pac Man, Pong, and Centipede, Atari is known as a landmark maker of arcade games of the 70s and 80s. Today, Atari's familiar brand is often seen in nostalgia plays for consumers. By appearing in productions like Stranger Things, Ready Player One and Blade Runner the company has found new relevance. Atari is hoping to onboard a wider audience into the metaverse in the same way that big brand storefronts attract shoppers to enter a shopping mall. Its mission now, Mantschev explained, is is to convince users to enter the metaverse, where Atari hopes to be a familiar face in a new virtual world. "The same way a mall wants to have a flagship store in the mall and smaller stores next to it are prepared to pay higher rents just because there is a sought-after anchor tenant in the mall." ... Read more on Theblockcrypto.com/podcasts Episode 65 of Season 3 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and Manfred Mantschev, Head of Blockchain at Atari. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to email@example.com. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Bakkt, Kraken and Exodus Bakkt® unlocks the $1.2+ trillion of digital assets that is currently held in cryptocurrencies, rewards and loyalty points, gaming assets and merchant stored value. We began in 2018 with the vision to bring trust and transparency to digital assets. Through the Bakkt Warehouse and Bakkt Bitcoin Futures and Options contracts, we serve institutional clients in an end-to-end regulated market with true price transparency. For consumers, Bakkt aggregates digital assets to enable instant liquidity and to empower users to trade, transfer and pay however they want. Visit Bakkt.com for more information About Kraken Whether you're an experienced crypto trader or just starting out, Kraken has the tools to help you achieve financial freedom. With 50+ cryptocurrencies to choose from, industry-leading security and a wide variety of features to suit any investing strategy, Kraken puts the power in your hands to buy, sell and trade digital assets. Visit Kraken.com to get started today. About Exodus Exodus is leading the world out of traditional finance by building beautiful and user-friendly crypto products. Forget having to learn the nuances of different cryptocurrencies. Exodus is designed for everyone and hides the complex details behind a beautiful and intuitive interface. Buy and sell one cryptocurrency for another from the comfort of your wallet, in seconds. Funds remain under your full control. Secure, manage, stake, and exchange all of your favorite cryptocurrencies from one wallet. No account registration is required. Download Exodus at Exodus.com or directly from Google Play and the iOS App Store and you're ready to go.
“It's rough and coarse and it gets everywhere.” Artyom's search for the truth about the world outside Moscow picks up steam in the third of 4A Games' Metro trilogy. Leon, Josh, Leah, Tony and community contributors journey beyond the confines of the wasteland in our Metro Exodus podcast. http://media.blubrry.com/caneandrinse/caneandrinse.com/podcast/cane_and_rinse_issue_486.mp3 Music featured in this issue:1. Exodus by Alexei Omelchuk 2. Overture by Alexei Omelchuk Cane and Rinse 486 was edited by Jay Taylor You can support Cane and Rinse and in return receive an often extended version of the podcast four weeks early, along with exclusive podcasts, if you subscribe to our Patreon for the minimum of $2 per month (+VAT). Do you have an opinion about a game we're covering that you'd like read on the podcast? Then venture over to our forum and check out the list of upcoming games we're covering. Whilst there you can join in the conversations with our friendly community in discussing all things relating to videogames, along with lots of other stuff too. Sound good? Then come and say hello at The Cane and Rinse forum
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Before he was stoned to death as the first martyr for Christ, Stephen gave an eloquent summary of Jewish history. Here’s how he described the people’s attitude toward Moses, their most revered leader: “Our ancestors refused to obey him. Instead, they rejected him and in their hearts turned back to Egypt” (Acts 7:39). During the Exodus, Moses faced frequent opposition from his own people. In today’s reading, he was challenged by his siblings Aaron, the high priest, and Miriam, a prophet (Ex. 15:20) and likely the top female leader in Israel. What spurred the conflict? A combination of racism, jealousy, and pride. Miriam and Aaron disapproved of Moses’s Cushite wife. It’s unclear if this was Zipporah or another wife, but she was ethnically different—Cush was in Arabia or North Africa—and most likely darker-skinned. Some scholars think this reason was merely a pretense, but there’s no indication of that in the passage. The siblings’ racial prejudice turned into hostile gossip (v. 1). Miriam and Aaron were also jealous of Moses’ special relationship with God (v. 2). Why should he be the only one to speak for God? they wondered. There may be a connection here to the commissioning of the 70 elders that had just taken place (Num. 11:24–30), but through their lens of pride, they saw pride in others. For the record, their accusation wasn’t true—”Moses was a very humble man, more humble than anyone else on the face of the earth” (v. 3). God defended Moses, serving as both advocate and judge. Aaron was quick to repent—while Miriam was punished with a skin disease. Amazingly, Moses interceded on her behalf and God granted a lesser punishment (vv. 13–15). This merciful response showed that Moses shared God’s heart for sinners. >> Are pride or jealousy evident in your life? Consider how you act in relation to others and to God. Humble yourself today and ask God to help you show others His grace and love.
In this message, our Visiting Teaching Pastor, Bryan Loritts, continues our series “Who Is God” from the book of Exodus and teaches on the distinction between God's mercy and grace. How are these wonderful characteristics of our great God seen in our lives each and every day? That's what we explore in this teaching! Download our mobile app HopeChurchLV.com
A new MP3 sermon from Littleton Bible Chapel is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Lessons From the Plagues Subtitle: Exodus Speaker: Dave M Anderson Broadcaster: Littleton Bible Chapel Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/17/2021 Bible: Exodus 11:1-10 Length: 39 min.
In our second episode in the book of Exodus, we chat about Ex. 3-4: The story of the burning bush: the holiness of God & the significance of the fire The transcendence & immanence of God Moses' many doubts God's way of reassurance: His presence “I Am Who I Am” & covenantal language The staff & the serpent Connections to Genesis & Leviticus Aaron joins the party An early look at Pharaoh's heart & the plagues Israel as the firstborn son: Israel as a new Adam & Jesus as the true firstborn The oddest part of the entire book? 4:24-26 Join us this season for a journey through Exodus (every Monday) and some incredible interview guests (every other Thursday). Helpful Resources on Exodus: Exodus commentary by Douglas Stuart (intermediate/advanced) Exodus For You commentary by Tim Chester (devotional/introductory) Exodus commentary by Peter Enns (intermediate) The God Who Makes Himself Known: The Missionary Heart of the Book of Exodus (W. Ross Blackburn) — see episode #70 for our interview w/ Dr. Blackburn! Radically Normal YouTube // IG: @radicallynormalpod // Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we believe about ourselves informs virtually every aspect of our daily walk in this world and with Jesus. If we don't continually ground our identity in the Lord, we begin searching for identity in the things of this world. Paul Tripp says it this way: “Identity amnesia leads to identity replacement.” Join us this week as we not only pray identity over our kids, but also address some of the lies they believe about their value. Here's a few identity reminders as you get started praying over your kids: You are valued- Matthew 6:26 You are forgiven- 2 Chronicles 7:15 You have hope- Exodus 14:14 You are known- Jeremiah 1:6 You have purpose- Ephesians 2:10 I can't wait for us to spend a few minutes considering God's word on identity and ways to remind our kids of who and whose they are.
2 Timothy 4:1-8 "A Life Lived Well" A teaching from The Bridge Christian Fellowship Whidbey Island by Pastor Jake Barksdale. References: • John 17:1, 18-20 • Proverbs 3:6 • 2 Corinthians 5:10 • Acts 4 • 1 John 3:2-3 • Mark 1:14-15 • Mark 1:21 • Mark 1:38 • Mark 2:1-2, 13 • Romans 10:17 • 1 Corinthians 2:3-5 • 2 Timothy 3:1 • 1 Timothy 4:8 • 1 Timothy 4:1-5 • Genesis 9:2-4 • Romans 14:1-3 • 2 Timothy 1:8 • Ephesians 4:12 • Exodus 29:40-41 • Leviticus 23:13 • John 14:15 • Revelation 4:10-11
What is the Pace of God's Grace? Do you feel overwhelmed with different areas of your life? Maybe it's with your finances, health, marriage, children, career or ministry? Whatever it may be, if you don't feel peace, you're out of the covering of God's grace! Listen to this message as Pastor Vlad shares a word that is sure to encourage you no matter what season of life you're in! Learn about the Pace of God's Grace now. Notes: Genesis 33:13,14 1. We Are Either Led or We Are Driven. You can either will be led or be driven. You are either a disciple or a driver. A.) The difference between driving and leading: Driving implies a controlling force pushing a passive object. Job 18:18 Numbers 32:21 Isaiah 8:22 Leading implies a participation on the part of the disciple. Exodus 13:21 Psalm 25:5 Revelation 7:17 If you are not led by the Holy Spirit, you will be driven by the flesh! B.) The dangers of driving: 1. Driving is done by men, leading is done by the Holy Spirit. 2. Driving is done by force, leading requires you to follow. 3. Driving is hard, leading is easier. 4. Driving is trying to do everything fast, leading is about the pace of grace. 5. Driving leads to death, leading leads to life. 2. The Grace of God Should Determine the Pace of Life. A.) Grace leads you to stride, not strive (stress). Psalm 37:23-24 B.) Grace doesn't go faster than the pace of peace. Colossians 3:15 When you lose the peace, you have lost the grace! Stress is the ticket your body gives you for speeding.
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Does God value creativity and art? Today’s reading clearly shows that He does! Led by Moses, the Israelites’ most talented artisans did their very best creative work to honor God with the building of the tabernacle. While our imagination can be used for sinful purposes, as the people displayed when they created a golden calf idol, it can also be used for righteous purposes, as was done here. Among his other leadership gifts, Moses was a skilled administrator who learned from his father-in-law (Exodus 18). The tabernacle project, however, required a different skill set. For the construction of Israel’s national worship center, God gave specific directions and specially gifted two men, Bezalel and Oholiab, with the artistic skills needed to lead the work (Ex. 35:30–36:7). Moses, Aaron, the priests, and Levites supervised the work in general, but these two artists and their team handled turning God’s instructions into physical reality. Quite a few forms of art were involved: The artists and craftspeople sewed the priestly garments, including pieces that held precious jewels, one for each tribe. They built the altar of burnt offering, the altar of incense, the basin for washing, the lampstand, the table for the showbread, all the curtains, and of course the Ark of the Covenant. Moses inspected the completed items in today’s reading. The key here is the people’s total obedience: “The Israelites did everything just as the Lord commanded Moses” (vv. 32, 42, 43). Our impressions of the Israelites might be negative, but they did have bright moments of faith and obedience as well. Many scholars see in verse 32 an echo of Genesis 2:1. The basic idea is that the events of Exodus represent a new beginning in God’s plan to redeem creation. >> Your artistic skills can be used by God! Think today about the ways you can use your skills in writing, painting, drawing, cooking, or singing. How can you honor Him with these gifts?
Deuteronomy 31, & 34:10-12, Joshua 1 & 2 I respect each family's ages & stages of life so I have adapted some of this. PLEASE go back and read the scripture yourself including what is appropriate for your family. If you've missed the Exodus series, please go back and listen as they build upon each other. Today we hear Moses dies at 120 yrs old and Joshua takes over leading the people. God reminds them over and over again to not be afraid... that HE will be with them wherever they go. The people prepare to enter Jericho but 2 spies assess the land first and they receive help from Rahab. Rahab has heard of God's mighty works and offers to help them. We apply the truth that God is with us too; even on those sad or frustrating days, God is with us! We can be encouraged as Joshua was. Thanks for tuning in. We are just about done with our Exodus series and we hope you've enjoyed them. Subscribe for just $2.99 a month to get ALL episodes AD FREE! If you have enjoyed this podcast, would you please consider subscribing? This is also the BEST way to help support this ministry. SUBSCRIBE HERE https://anchor.fm/kids-bible-stories/subscribe To connect with me, simply go to https://www.kbspodcast.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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RSR host Fred Williams discusses the remarkable similarities between Jesus' holy attributes and the physical attributes of light. In scripture, light is often attributed to and interchangeable with Jesus. Fred shares both old and new testament verses that refer to God in ways that are very similar to light, such as how light radiates, glows, and provides energy (Exodus 33:20, Ezekiel 1:27 ,etc). Both Jesus and light are also pure and sustain life. Jesus often compared Himself to Light (John 8:12, John 1:8-9, etc). Most notably, light is not a duality as the secular scientist believe, but is in truth a Triality as Bob insightfully demonstrated in a previous RSR show (see rsr.org/triality). Other shared characteristics of Jesus and light include: -Light dispels darkness and cannot be corrupted. -Light leads you to the truth. -Light is communication by written words & symbols to our minds. -Light is color, revealing incredible beauty around us. -Light is warmth, giving comfort. Today's Resource: Genesis - Creation by Bob EnyartA rock cannot make itself and a fire cannot burn forever. Matter cannot come from non-matter and a perpetual motion machine cannot exist. Therefore, the universe could not have made itself from nothing, nor could it have always been moving, churning, working, and burning. Another way to state these first two laws of thermodynamics is that the physical universe must have had a supernatural Creator sometime in the recent past. This study presents the scientifically compelling Genesis story. Of all men, Christians more than any are able to weave the latest findings into our understanding of the fabric of the universe. Since God created the physical universe, good science reveals God. And while some say that you cannot prove the existence of God, the Bible tells us that the clear evidence of His personal, powerful, and eternal existence is manifest through the creation! The Bible tells the story of human history and the work of God for His creation, and as all good stories do, this story has a plot! Every story has a plot, and a story's details can be confusing unless you understand its overview. Grasping the big picture will help you reconcile many seemingly contradictory, and controversial Bible passages. Achieve a fuller understanding of God's plan from Genesis to Revelation and equip yourself to share God's Word with friends and family. Consider listening to The Plot series based on Bob's book of the same title. Then enjoy Bob's other book studies and see how the big picture can help you to better know the living God. To get your copy of "Genesis: Creation" by Bob Enyart, click here.
“But the firstling of an ass thou shalt redeem with a lamb: and if thou redeem him not, then shalt thou break his neck.” — Exodus 34:20 Every firstborn creature must be the Lord's, but since the ass was unclean, it could not be presented in sacrifice. What then? Should it be allowed to go […]