Notes on the Exodus (123)

"Exposing the Exodus" The Confirmed Redemption – (Chapter 13 Verses 1-22) The regulations and rituals may seem strange to us but for Israel, they confirmed the start of salvation's journey, they were important. They were constant reminders of God's grace, power, and deliverance from Egypt's bondage. The costly dedication of the firstborn would remind them that they were …

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"Exposing the Exodus" Release and Redemption – (Chapter 13 Verses 1-22) For now, the narrative is suspended and consequences and responsibilities that come as a result of their redemption. God acts in grace and then establishes his rightful claims up our beings. This is the doctrine of redemption. The exodus clearly teaches us the theology of salvation. …

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Notes on Christian Warfare (19)

"Fight the Good Fight" The Gospel of Peace – (Ephesians Chapter 6 Verses 10-20) Notice how all the items of armour are correlated, interlocked with each other. There is progression even. We embrace the truth, God declares us righteous and we have peace with and the peace of God (Romans 5:1; Philippians 4:7). The apostle here speaks …

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Notes on the Exodus (118)

"Exposing the Exodus" The Great Urgency – (Chapter 12 Verses 31-51) The midnight hour (vv29-30. All the preparation speaks of haste (v11). This is an element missing from gospel preaching today, a most serious issue. The Egyptians felt the sense of urgency (v33). A bit too late for those who didn't leave with the Hebrews. I fear …

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