Monthly Archives: June 2016

Exodus 23

Chapter 23, June 30, 2016 A holy people, a holy day, and a holy land. Through the plagues, the parting of the Red Sea, the provision of manna and quail, and through the lightning on the mountain, God had established … Continue reading

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Exodus 22

Chapter 22, June 29, 2016 I remember playing on the playground in elementary school and someone saying these words, “that is not fair.” Those words bring a chuckle to my mind as I think about the modern world. So much … Continue reading

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Exodus 21

Chapter 21, June 28, 2016 Can you imagine living in a world without any rule of law? That is exactly the situation Moses was in with the Israelites when they left the rule of law of Egypt. Even in the … Continue reading

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Exodus 20

Chapter 20, June 27, 2016 In the song Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, the author captured the human inclinations toward God when he wrote: “Prone to Wander, Lord I feel it. Prone to leave the God I love. Here’s … Continue reading

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Exodus 19

Chapter 19, June 24, 2016 You have heard it said, “Moses led the people out of Egypt.” In some senses that is true, however, the greater glory goes to God. God is the primary leader in this epic story, Moses … Continue reading

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Exodus 18

Chapter 18, June 23, 2016   James Sullivan, former president of the Southern Baptist Sunday School Board, used to say, “good organization is like digestion, as long as it is working, you do not even know that it is there.” … Continue reading

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Exodus 17

Chapter 17, June 22, 2016 The old saying goes, “God helps those who help themselves.” The primary problem with that misguided philosophy is it puts too much emphasis on self and not enough on God. There is no promise in … Continue reading

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