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 OUR UNDIVIDED LOVE by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Exodus 34:14  
Description: God’s greatest miracles are the ones He does in human hearts. Yes, people who would usually only be interested in carrying out their own desires, plans and hopes, are suddenly set on fire with love for Jesus - a love that puts Him above everything else. Kanaan is the home of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary, an international, interdenominational organization founded in 1947 within the framework of the German Evangelical (Protestant) Church. Website: www.kanaan.org
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 When I See The Blood by Roy Hession

Topic: Blood Of Christ
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:3-14  
Description: Here in Exodus we read of a lamb which is never too small for any house but if it is too great the Lord commands it be shared with the stranger, it is also of note that it is lamb singular not plural. Pastor Hession shows that it was not enough for the blood of the lamb to be spilled it had to be applied and sprinkled just as we need to be covered in the blood of the Lamb who is the Lord Jesus, slain from the foundations of the world. And when God sees the blood He will 'passover' which here in the hebrew conveys a sense of God standing over us in a protective way. We also see that we cannot pin our own works to the doorposts of our hearts but on the blood of the Lamb.
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 When I see the Blood 3 by Roy Hession

Topic: Blood Of Christ
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:3-14  
Description: When God looks upon us He wants to see one thing, the Blood of the Lord Jesus freshly sprinkled with prayer, repentence and faith. How often though when He looks upon us He sees sin frechly commited and how it must grieve Him. Charles Finey said that 'God looks upon sin as persisting until it is repented of,' and when He sses this sin He is unable to defend us like He would desire to because of our unrepentent state. But, Hallelujah, when He sees the blood He will stand over us and protect us a face of anything that comes against whether it be sin Hell or the devil himself. The answer to our sin is not more good works but the blood of the Lord Jesus.
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 (Exodus) Exodus 12:3-4 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:3-4  
Description: nil
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 Truths from Israel's History, Part 2 - Gilgal by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Joshua 4 & 5, Exodus 12:1-6  
Description: Ed Miller shares how we can carry people to Gilgal, where they can learn the most basic of all principles. The reproach of Egypt must be rolled away before we can go on to the warfare of Jericho. Brother Ed gives practical illustration of 4 pictures from Gilgal that contain life-abiding principles: 1) 24 stones, 2) flint knives, 3) the Passover lamb, and 4) the Captain of the Lord's hosts.
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 The Feast Of The Passover by Art Katz

Topic: Passover
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:1-24  
Description: Katz shares with a group of Christians they symbolic signifigance of the jewish sedar passover supper. This is very important for Christians to understand and realize much of the jewish customs and pracitces, it will greatly aid in our understanding the scriptures and the people in the scriptures.
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 (Exodus) Exodus 12:5-8 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:5-8  
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 (Exodus) Exodus 12:9-13 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:9-13  
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 The Scarlet Ribbon by Welcome Detweiler

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Scripture(s): Exodus 12:13  
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 (Exodus) Exodus 12:14-23 by J. Vernon McGee

Topic: Expositional
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:14-23  
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 23 Times A Day by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Christian Life
Scripture(s): Exodus 12:14-20, 1 Corinthians 5:5-8  
Description: Come find out what some of us do 23 times a day. Let's pray that God will keep us to not do it once! Exodus 12:14-20; 1 Corinthians 5:5-8; Ephesians 6:13-14a; Proverbs 12:22, 19:5; Revelation 21:8
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 (Exodus) Exodus 3:9-14 by J. Vernon McGee

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Scripture(s): Exodus 3:9-14  
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 Desert Survival Series Pt 9- Moses The Servant of God by Don Courville

Topic: Desert Survival
Scripture(s): Exodus 3:10-12  
Description: nil
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 Dallas Area Conference 1993-08 by William MacDonald

Topic: Conference
Scripture(s): Exodus 3:11  
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 The Emptying Of Moses by E.A. Johnston

Topic: Moses
Scripture(s): Exodus 3:11  
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 (Through The Bible) Exodus 6-10 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Exodus 6-10  
Description: Moses demands the release of Israel and it becomes worse for the children of Israel. So Moses in turn comes to God and asks him why He asks God had him do. When we go out to do the will of God we think God did you really call me to do this? Because sometimes things appear to be a mess but its Gods way of bring about the blessing. Satan is going to do the best to discourage you at the beginning of any ministry. Satan loves to challenge any gift of the Spirit, if you by faith step out to speak the word of God people will challenge it and you will question is it really God that was speaking to me. God is the Lord, many times we take that position away from Him, Because we are so prone to exalt ourselves. When they knew God they glorified Him not as God, they began to live as God is their servant not they his servants. It is glorious to have a close intimate relationship with God, to know Him as Jehovah.
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 (Through The Bible) Exodus 11-12 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Exodus 11-12  
Description: The Lord gave the Israelites favor in the site of the Egyptian people. Even the servants pleaded with Pharaoh to let Moses and the people go. People started to respect Moses and knew that his God was real. At Midnight the plague of the firstborn happened. It was from the least to the greatest and even the cattle. Life really begins with Jesus Christ. God says start counting here this is where things are really going to begin to start. The blood of the lamb in Egypt on the doorposts is a type of Christ. It is not be trodden underfoot thus the blood was to be on the side posts and the upper part of the door but not on the threshold (bottom part). The Passover was to be eaten in hast and was to eat and eat till you could not eat anymore. They needed all the strength and energy that they could store up. They had to eat it also as they were prepared to go. They ate on the ground with pillows in more of a relaxed setting rather then western formal ways to eat.
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 (Through The Bible) Exodus 13-15 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Exodus 13-15  
Description: Pharaoh pursues the children of Israel, but Moses gets a hard time from the people because they thought it was better to be slaves in Egypt then to be dead in the desert. Many times we think it is a lucky thing to be a leader and lead people. But really leadership takes a lot of hard critism and a hard time from the people, leaders cant please everyone at once. There are times to pray and there are times to move and do things. We have to hear from God and be sensitive to His voice to know when this time is. How big of a God do we serve? God is able to split waters in the largest deepest places! What a marvelous miracle. It is a miracle either way! If it was a very shallow lake then it was amazing how God could drown the whole Egyptian army in a few feet of water, or if it was a deep lake then he split those massive walls of water. God always leads us into a desolate place so that he can prove that he is leading us and guiding us.
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 (Through The Bible) Exodus 16-18 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Exodus 16-18  
Description: The whole congregation murmurs against Moses and the leadership. Because in the desert they are worried that they are going to all die of hunger. When people are hungry they become irritable and moody. They so quickly forget the misery and the cruel bondage of Egypt. It is like a person coming out of the world and now when we look back at the world it looks more glamorous. We forget the bondage and evil of it us being brought to Christ from the darkness into the light. God says to Moses that he will give them bread from heaven, and stipulates rules for its distribution, keeping and eating. The bread is given to show the people there is a Lord God! The bread is a type of Christ and our need to be sustained by Him daily. God is the one that has brought me into these circumstances; our complaints are really against the Lord many times. In the cloud the glory of the Lord appeared! It was an awesome kind of display and demonstration of His glory. It is not said exactly how it looked or what it was but it was something glorious. Manna = what is it.
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 (Through The Bible) Exodus 19-20 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Exodus 19-20  
Description: God said to Moses point out to them what I have already done for them. I have delivered them from Egypt now therefore if you will obey my voice and keep my covenant you will be a special treasure to me said God. They would be a kingdom of priests, a special people who will represent God before the world. So Israel was to be God’s representatives to the world. A Holy Nation, a kingdom of Priests. The Lord commanded him to say these things to the people. And the peoples response was it is a good thing and we wil do all the Lord said, but this is a rash comment without meditation and consideration on behalf of the people. God wanted the people to fast and be before the Lord at the mountain abit away from it. The mountain filled with smoke and it was shaking, and when the voice of the trumpet got louder and louder then God spake to him by a voice. Some of the priest didn’t sanctify himself but they are not excluded. Some of us think we are holy and beyond these normal things but we are not above these things. We all need to humble ourselves and seek the Lord.
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