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unveiling

When Moses went up Mt. Sinai to talk with God Moses’ face shined from exposure to the glory of God.  It was bright, there was no doubt he had been in the presence of the Holiness of God. After Moses … Continue reading

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What’s in your hand?

When Moses stood in front of the Burning Bush in Exodus 3 he gave God all manner of excuses as to why he could not lead the Israelites into the Promised Land.  He told God that he wasn’t gifted at … Continue reading

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hope rises

One of the many parts of my faith journey includes seeing God move.  Sometimes the movement He makes is subtle, a slight change in the situation I am facing.  At other times He seems to move drastically to the right … Continue reading

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Yes, no, and wait

As I have gone on my faith journey there have been times when I have prayed fervently for God to answer my prayers and I have always encountered one of three answers; Yes, No, or Wait. If I hear yes … Continue reading

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Easter 2014

While watching Ten Commandments by Cecil B. DeMille I was struck by the way that God used all of His story, in both the Old Testament and the New Testament, to point the way to Him. After the final plague … Continue reading

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Dangerous lessons

My devotional reading has been in Exodus lately. Moses has been told to go to Egypt and tell the Pharaoh to let God’s people go. Yet, throughout the first nine plagues the Pharaoh’s heart grows harder and harder, instead of … Continue reading

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