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  • Getting Past Disappointment

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Feb 1, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,535 views

    This message looks at the way people in Scripture processed disappointment and observes the impact on their lives. Then Pastor Richard gives five keys to getting past a disappointment and moving forward in your life.

    Getting Past a Disappointment
 (10-04-15 www.LifeChurchSpringfield.org) I want to begin ...read more

  • Israel’s Trouble, God’s Promises Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on May 5, 2022
     | 491 views

    There are spiritual leadership lessons here that apply to anyone in spiritual leadership. If you have suddenly seen the tide turn against you in your leadership, then you will identify with Moses here.

    “Oh what a beautiful morning, Oh what a beautiful day, I have a wonderful feeling, everything’s going my way.” After what we find in Exodus chapter 4, Moses may have been able to sing that song. After Moses made multiple excuses not to answer the call of God at the burning bush, he did respond to ...read more

  • When Things Go From Bad To Worse!

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 21, 2010
    based on 5 ratings
     | 10,381 views

    Problems & Difficulties in life. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email: gcurley@gcurley.info)

    When things go from bad to worse! Reading: Exodus chapter 5 Question: • Have you ever had one of those days that started out bad; • And only got worse as the day wore on? • Some of you are thinking days… • I have weeks (or months) like that! ill: • I like the story of ...read more

  • Deliverance From Difficulties

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 9, 2001
    based on 36 ratings
     | 5,110 views

    To lead the people to understand that God will always find a way to deliver His people from difficulties.

    Deliverance From Egypt Let My People Go – Exodus 5:1-13;16 Illustration: Faith for my deliverance is not faith in God. Faith means, whether I am visibly delivered or not, I will stick to my belief that God is love. There are some things only learned in a fiery furnace. Oswald Chambers in ...read more

  • God Is Greater Than Our Problems Series

    Contributed by Bobby Oliver on Mar 18, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 12,476 views

    Exodus 5:1-23

    God is Greater Than Our Problems Exodus 5:1-21 - We’re continuing our study through the book of Exodus, and as we study, we’re asking the question, “What can I learn from this passage about honoring God?” - Last week, we looked at three ways in which we should be obedient to God. - Our ...read more

  • Secularism Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Mar 26, 2018
     | 3,393 views

    how does secularism impact believers

    Our scripture of the week is a warning to all Christians, Romans 12:2a - Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind….. What is the “pattern of this world”?? “Pattern of this world” = secular thinking = life and teachings without God! How does ...read more

  • Not Brick Makers Any More

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on May 26, 2013
     | 3,694 views

    The Hebrew’s were slaves under the hand of a hard task-master. Mankind is slaves to sin and it certainly is a hard task-master. No mercy, no ease, no release. However, God, by a strong hand has delivered us from the bondage of sin. We are not brick makers

    Quotes: “Our forces saved the remnants of the Jewish people of Europe for a new life and a new hope in the reborn land of Israel. Along with all men of good will, I salute the young state and wish it well.” -Dwight D. Eisenhower "A confession has to be part of your new life." - ...read more

  • Who Is The Lord?

    Contributed by Joel Preston on Nov 13, 2002
    based on 10 ratings
     | 5,118 views

    Life’s greatest and most probing question is the same question that Pharaoh asked Moses and Aaron almost 3,500 years ago – “Who is God?”

    WHO IS THE LORD Exodus 5:2 INTRODUCTION: 1. Life’s greatest and most probing question is the same question that Pharaoh asked Moses and Aaron almost 3,500 years ago – “Who is God?” 2. One’s view of God will determine the way he will think, the way he will act, the way he will respond to ...read more

  • Seven Steps Of Bargaining With God

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Feb 8, 2005
    based on 8 ratings
     | 2,242 views

    This message looks at some of the excuses that Pharaoh used to justify not obeying God. How many of these do we use?

    Seven Steps Of Bargaining With God: - these are the true and only 7 steps, but they are instructive. 1. “Absolutely not.” - Exodus 5:2, 4, 6-9. - don’t even want to think about or talk about God. 2. “I can make it without God.” - Exodus 7:11, 22, 24. - thinking some of God, ...read more

  • They Cry Out Upon Moses And Aaron. Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 5, 2022
     | 166 views

    The Egyptian taskmasters were very severe. The head-workmen justly complained to Pharaoh: but he taunted them. The Israelites should have humbled themselves before God and taken to themselves the shame of their sin, but instead, they quarreled with those who were to be their deliverers.

    TITLE: They Cry Out Upon Moses And Aaron. Exodus 5:19-21 Scripture: Exodus 5:19-21 (KJV) 19And the officers of the children of Israel did see that they were in evil case, after it was said, Ye shall not minish ought from your bricks of your daily task. 20And they met Moses and Aaron, who stood ...read more

  • Power And Pride Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Jul 16, 2021
     | 1,672 views

    God judges pride and power, and he humbles those who believe they are above him.

    Power and Pride Jeffery Anselmi / General Exodus / Pride; Hardness of Heart / Exodus 4:28–31; Exodus 5:1–8; Exodus 7:1–13 God judges pride and power, and he humbles those who believe they are above him. INTRODUCTION • Today we continue with our series in Exodus; we will see that Moses, despite ...read more

  • Free At Last!

    Contributed by Donny Tatimu on Oct 11, 2002
    based on 44 ratings
     | 4,295 views

    Many people become a Christian but not living a Christian life, a life that free from every bondage. Don’t let satan keep you in his bondage!

    FREE AT LAST! In Exodus 5:1 we will find, there are 4 conditions where God can say that we are free from "the bondage of corruption into THE GLORIOUS LIBERTY OF THE CHILDREN OF GOD," First, "Let My people..." (2 Chron. 7:14 said that God’s people is the one that called by His Name). Second, ...read more

  • Leadership Crisis! Series

    Contributed by Dr. Baby Ruth Hablo on Dec 26, 2004
    based on 34 ratings
     | 4,094 views

    (Devotional Series 5/50) Almost immediately Moses finds himself in a difficult position! 1. THE PEOPLE BLAME MOSES! 2. MOSES BLAME GOD!

    LEADERSHIP CRISIS! Exodus 5:10-23 (Devotional Series 5) Almost immediately Moses finds himself in a difficult position! He’s hardly been accepted by the people as their chief when he faces a major crisis. His whole leadership hangs in the balance. I. THE PEOPLE BLAME MOSES! That’s how ...read more

  • War Of The Gods Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on May 14, 2008
    based on 103 ratings
     | 14,037 views

    10 PLAGUES and the SIGNIFICANCE of each. This showdown is not just between Moses & Pharaoh, but between Jehovah God and the gods of Egypt. Link inc. to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint.

    War of the Gods Exodus 5:1-2 http://gbcdecatur.org/sermons/WarOfTheGods.html Moses the deliverer is God’s selected man to lead His people to freedom. He made every excuse he could think of, and finally surrendered to do God’s will. Moses says, “Let my people go.” Pharaoh refuses, and ...read more

  • "Who Is This Lord"

    Contributed by Melvin Maughmer, Jr. on Apr 28, 2008
    based on 39 ratings
     | 21,917 views

    Pharaoh asked who is the Lord that I should obey him. Mant peopole today ask the same question because of the lack of relationship. I have come today to answer the quest "Who is this Lord".

    “Who is this Lord” "JESUS" Exodus 5:1-6 “And afterward Moses and Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Let my people go, that they may hold a feast unto me in the wilderness. And Pharaoh said, Who [is] the LORD, that I should obey his voice to let Israel go? I know ...read more