Sing a Song: Our Exodus Experience
- Wednesday, August 02, 2006
The following article is part of a continuing series on “Ah-Ha Moments in the Bible.”
The Song of the Angels
Magnificent angels — messengers of God — were sent to a nondescript field, to common shepherds keeping watch over their flock outside the walls of
The shepherds heard the news first but certainly not last. Every time a man, woman, or child hears the Good News, the angels metaphorically proclaim it again. Every time that same man, woman, or child asks the Savior into their heart, the angels sing so thunderously, all of Heaven quakes.
God’s Promised People Enslaved to
When did you hear the Good News? When you heard, what was going on in your life? Were you, like God’s chosen people, enslaved?
Joseph (1915 - 1805 BC) was the 11th of the 12 sons of Jacob. At the ripe old age of 17, Joseph had become too sure of himself, cocky at times. His older brothers, who were grazing sheep near
The land back home where his father and brothers were living, however, was in food crisis. Jacob sent his oldest sons to
A Little Time Travel
Ah, but they didn’t live free. The descendants became slaves to Egyptian rulers. Then, in 1526 BC a boy named Moses was born, supposedly to die, as Pharaoh had every baby boy born of the Israelites thrown into the
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