As For You

Our prayer lives are filled with cries to God for help. This is certainly something we see demonstrated throughout the Bible – and God wants us to come to Him. It is important for us to declare our dependence on God and to seek His will for our lives. Intercession on the behalf of others […]

Why Did You Ever Send Me?

Moses had the great task of bringing God’s people out of Egypt. He had to deal with the hard-hearted Pharaoh and the stiff-necked Israelites. The first meeting with Pharaoh caused the Israelites more burden and they were not happy with Moses—they actually wanted God to judge him for making them a stench. Moses responds by […]

In the Breach

We can glean a lot from the leadership of Moses. This picture we get of him standing in the breach is one that exemplifies what it means to be a leader. Don’t stop reading with the excuse that you are not a leader. Everyone is leading someone. The question is—do you stand in the breach? […]

The Lord Allows

God selected Moses and Aaron for special roles in leading His people. He also set apart the whole community of Israel. They were God’s chosen people, His special people. In Numbers 16, we read about the rebellion of Korah. The people united against Moses and Aaron. They stood up and claimed two things. The first […]

Graves of Gluttony

Kibroth-hattaavah means “graves of gluttony.” It was given this name because of all of the people who were buried there that craved the meat that was served in Egypt. After God led His people out of the bondage of the Egyptians, the Israelites grumbled. They complained and said, “Oh, for some meat.” God’s provision was […]

Heard about Everything

When Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, came for a visit, he had “heard about everything God has done.” This verse isn’t a verse people usually post as the big motivational verse. This isn’t the life-changing verse for most people. But look at it closely. This man had heard what God did for Moses and the Israelites. He […]

The Lord is My Banner

In Exodus 17, after the defeat of the Amalekites, Moses builds an altar and named it Yahweh-nissi, which means “the LORD is my banner.” This may seem strange for us to embrace personally, unless we have a good understanding of a banner. When we think banner, we think of something posted at a convention or […]

Glory

The Israelites were quick to complain about God when they didn’t have their eyes on food. Just after God brought them out of Egypt, they forgot what He rescued them from, because they were hungry. Where was the food? We would be better off back in Egypt. Even though the Israelites were complaining, God showed […]

Not Against Us

The Israelites were not happy campers after they left Egypt. The people continued to complain as they went through the Wilderness. The people were hungry and considered how better they would be if they had only stayed in Egypt, because there was food available. The people went up to Moses and began to complain about […]

Filled with Awe

The parting of the Red Sea is one of the most known events that we read about in the Bible. God moved in a mighty way as He led His people through the parted waters while chased by the Egyptians. After the Israelites made their way safely through the parted sea, the water came crashing […]