We’re all afraid of the dark, but the plague of darkness was terrifying beyond imagination. It immobilized Egypt. And brought Pharaoh to the edge of obedience. But only to the edge. Even now, Pharaoh’s heart was hard. What about you? Is your heart hard?
How much judgment must God bring to your life before you will turn to Him? How long will you love darkness? And refuse to come to the ‘light of the world?’ Join us as we examine Exodus 10:21-29 to consider the plague of darkness and its warnings for us.
In Exodus 9, Pharaoh says what he never said – “I have sinned, I am in the wrong.” Is Pharaoh’s heart softening? Is he repentant? His words say ‘yes,’ but what does his life say? Repentance is more than saying ‘sorry.’ Join us as we examine Exodus 9 to consider what repentance is and is not.
Sin is a plague, a pandemic of biblical proportions. There is no prophylaxis, no vaccine, no PPE, no social distancing for it. But there is a cure! Join us as we examine Exodus 9:8-12 and consider the sixth plague and the much worse plague that it pictures, a sickness unto death, and hear of a cure that is 100% effective.
God discriminates! He chooses, predestines, distinguishes his own from the world by their faith in Jesus. They receive mercy and grace, not justice and fairness. They get what they do not deserve and not what they do. This discrimination brings freedom. Join us as we examine Exodus 9:1-7 and consider the God who mercifully discriminates.
Does God care about you? Whether you live or die? If you are saved or damned? Or is grace just a by-product of a quest for glory? The glorious truth is that God does care about you. Join us as we examine Exodus 8:20-32 and see that God is not only with us, but He is for us.