Exodus Series: Leaving Egypt

“Let My people go.” Exodus 5 begins with the very phrase that sets up the main conflict of Exodus: God freeing His people from a tight-fisted Pharaoh. And Pharaoh’s answer, though having become sort of a cliché over the years, attests to the depth of his stubborn heart. But it also attests to the depth... Continue Reading →

Exodus Series: The Introduction

The word “Exodus” usually brings images of the great palaces and burning sands of Egypt. Of Israelite slaves under the harsh whip of the Egyptian overseer. Of the burning bush that led to Moses standing on the brink of the Red Sea, his staff extended as God separated the walls of the waters with His... Continue Reading →

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