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You Can Take the Israelite Out of Egypt, but…

Exodus 32. Wow. It almost makes my head swim to see the scene played out on the pages of Scripture, particularly verses one through six. Now when the people saw that Moses delayed to come down from the mountain, the people assembled about Aaron and said to him, “Come, make us [a]a god who will […]

The Way It Used to Be

Egypt & The Evidence of Depravity

As many of you know, there is much going on in Egypt these days. My first thought is how many of the sensational, eschatologically obsessed will be jumping on this latest news event as some type of biblical sign of prophetic fulfillment. Phht, please. Look, Egypt has not been turned into a third world country […]

Worldly Proposals of Compromise

As the sons of Jacob were delivered from the tyranny and bondage of Egypt, so is the Christian delivered from the tyranny of sin as our master. Yet, before Israel was led out of Egypt, there were some very interesting proposals made by the Pharaoh to Moses. Very interesting indeed. In fact, each time Moses […]

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