In preparation for the most high day of the year, celebrating two big liberations we can prepare our children with stories which relate to modern times, our slavery, our often forgetting God’s Paths, giving us also opportunities to take away the annoying time of waiting, but also remembering why waiting is sometimes worthwhile and in this case our waiting shall be sanctified.
Pharaoh, like we, had to know it were not Moses and Aaron who had managed to turn the water in Egypt to blood, bring millions of frogs into the cities and fields, create an infestation of lice, and destroy the spring crops with balls of flaming hail. It was the Work of the Most High Elohim Hashem Jehovah. By strength of hand Jehovah the 10 plagues came over Egypt. The sanctify of the firstborn, whatever opens the womb among the children of Israel, both of man and of animal is God’s. And when they had to go forth in the month Abib it was Jehovah the God of the People of Israel Who was to bring them into the land of the Canaanite, and the Hittite, and the Amorite, and the Hivite, and the Jebusite, which He swore to their fathers to give them, a land flowing with milk and honey, that they shall keep this service in this month. and we still can look forward into what is coming into reality, God’s Land made for His people. A blessed hope.
- No prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation
- The radiance of God’s glory and the counsellor
- Challenging claim 2 Inspired by God 1 Simple words
- Challenging claim 4 Inspired by God 3 Self-consistent Word of God
- Many Books, yet One
- Eternal Word that tells everything
- Bible in the first place #1/3
- Why think that (5) … the Bible is the word of God
- Creator and Blogger God 8 A Blog of a Book 2 Holy One making Scriptures Holy
- Creator and Blogger God 9 A Blog of a Book 3 Blog about Prophecy
- Creator and Blogger God 11 Old and New Blog 1 Aimed at one man
- Miracles of revelation and of providence 1 Golden Thread and Revelation
- Isaiah’s Book of the Messenger of Glad Tidings
- Date Setting
- Exodus 9: Liar Liar
- Commemorating the escape from slavery
- 1 -15 Nisan
- A Holy week in remembrance of the Blood of life
- High Holidays not only for Israel
- About a man who changed history of humankind
- How is it that Christ pleased God so perfectly?
- A new exodus and offering of a Lamb
- Ransom for all
- Thoughts on Passover
- Shabbat Pesach service reading 1/2
- Shabbat Pesach service reading 2/2
- This Passover maybe we can liberate ourselves
- 14 Nisan a day to remember #1 Inception
- 14 Nisan a day to remember #2 Time of Jesus
- 14 Nisan a day to remember #3 Before the Passover-feast
- 14 Nisan a day to remember #4 A Lamb slain
- 14 Nisan a day to remember #5 The Day to celebrate
- The Evolution Of Passover–Past To Present
- Passover and Liberation Theology
- Deliverance and establishment of a theocracy
- The redemption of man by Christ Jesus
- The day Jesus died
- Impaled until death overtook him
- Jesus is risen
- Christ has indeed been raised from the dead
- Risen With Him
- To whom do we want to be enslaved
- God Called Moses The Exodus Story Continues (Part 4 of 5) (vineandbranchworldministries.com) + God Called Moses to Go and Rescuse His People From Slavery (part 3) + God Called Moses to Go and Rescuse His People From Slavery (part 2) + God Called Moses to Go and Rescuse His People From Slavery (part 1)
- Exodus 10 – The Eighth and Ninth Plagues
- The Exodus Story God Calls Moses to Go Down to Egypt
- Exodus 5:4-5 – But the king of Egypt said, “Moses and Aaron, why are you taking the people away from their labor? (church4u2.wordpress.com)
There has always been a pattern of God calling his people out of their normal rhythms to take time to worship Him. Even in this famous story of when Moses confronted the Pharaoh of Egypt, the main thing that God wanted was for his people to cease from their labor, come aside and worship Him. This pattern offends those who see work as a way toward power. Work is a good thing, but the Sabbath is a weekly reminder that God wants to deliver us from our false identities of power and bring us back to Himself.
- The Sixth Plague: Boils (rough) (ninapaley.com)
And they took ashes of the furnace, and stood before Pharaoh; and Moses sprinkled it up toward heaven; and it became a boil breaking forth with blains upon man, and upon beast.
- Fast from Complaining (robertsmusings.com)
In the 17th chapter of Exodus, the people quarrel with Moses and test the LORD, complaining that Moses has led them out of Egypt and into the desert to die of thirst. Modern advertising takes advantage of human thirst for things that might provide salvation. Rarely will an ad show the benefits of a particular product over its competitors. Instead advertisements portray a lifestyle we might seek imply that if we buy their product, we will have the lifestyle we seek.
- 23.5 Moses 23, Day 5 (thenotesaregood.com)
For God to bring them across the Jordan river into the Promised Land, they would have to travel this country. And, like Sihon, Og king of Bashan marched out to meet them.
- To Soar In The Spirit You Have To Be Hard Core (theinscribedheart.com)
The carnal man represents the man who was born from a carnal birth and was shaped by worldly orientation through being subject to the influences of a deceived and wicked world. The carnal man will be merciful to carnal living and would rather comprise with the enemies of the soul rather than destroy them. He is double minded, trying to serve the flesh and live spiritual at the same time.
- Choose Positivity (matheusyuhlung.wordpress.com)
The world is full of negativity. I’m sure you’ve experienced your share as well. Amidst the lies that exaggerates fear, it is very much essential to trust on the God whose name is Jehovah El Elohim; which means The LORD God of Gods, the LORD, mighty, powerful, strong One over all.
- Those People Will Turn Your Children Away From Me: (dailydevotionswithdawn.wordpress.com)
We are to purge the things in our life that would cause us to turn from God. Jesus even said that if our hand offended us, to cut it off. (I think he was speaking figuratively?)
If we obey God, and stay close to Him, we are blessed:
- Reflective Moment ‘Establishing Testimony’ (mylordmyfriend.com)
Jethro had heard the story how God had bought them out of slavery. He had heard the story of redemption. He heard the story of the wonderful and victorious power of The Lord. Moses told Jethro all the Lord had done to Pharaoh and Pharaoh’s people to make Pharaoh, let them go. Moses told his father-in-law about all the hardships and troubles that had come on them along the way, but the Lord had delivered them.
A wonderful story, to get into, but this is only a reflective moment. When our family and in-laws here what, Our Lord, Our Redeemer and Our Friend, has done and is doing for us, are they wanting to come around.
Moses life and calling, was a testimony to His God, and people wanted to here. Our lives and our callings, should also be a testimony for what Our Lord, Our redeemer and our Friend is doing in our lives.
- Resources of help (helpfulinspirationalblog.wordpress.com)
Moses made excuses because he felt inadequate for the job God asked him to do. It was natural for him to feel that way. He was inadequate all by himself. But God wasn’t asking Moses to work alone. He offered other resources to help (God himself, Aaron, and the ability to do miracles). God often calls us to do tasks that seem too difficult, but he doesn’t ask us to do them alone. God offers us his resources, just as he did to Moses. We should not hide behind our inadequacies, as Moses did, but look beyond ourselves to the great resources available. Then we can allow God to use our unique contributions.
Parshat Bo: Exodus, chapter 10 -13
Haftarah: Jeremiah 46: 13 -28
The Best Bedtime Stories
Story time is one of the best times of the day. We are transported to magical places. We meet extraordinary people and see things we would never come across on a typical day. Stories make time enchanting when reality is boring. You need to get someone to brush teeth? Tell a story. The wait in the doctor’s office is hours long? Tell a story. The car ride isn’t ending? Tell a story.
Our family’s favourite source of stories was Tanach (the Jewish Bible). Between the angels, the giants, the talking snakes and the trickery, what could be more exciting?
Take this week’s Torah reading. Our heroes are Moses and Aaron, two poor brothers, who were on a quest to free a nation of slaves. The downtrodden slaves were in the grasp of…
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