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One of my favorite stories in the Bible is the account of the Exodus from Egypt. It is such a rich and foundational story to all of scripture and contains some of the most import types and shadows of Messiah. One such type and shadow is the Exodus event itself. The first Passover and the immediate liberation from slavery....
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Intro How Jesus Ministered He prepared by growing in spiritual strength, wisdom and favor with God and men. Luke 3-4 He pursued the broken, calling them to worship. John 4 He released power to heal the sick. Luke 6:19, 8:46 If we want to minister to people in the power and authority we’ve been given as sons and daughters of the King, we need to set the...
The new year is upon us. This means everyone is gearing up to make resolutions that will last as long as a Texas snow fall. We try and force ourselves to "work harder" "eat less" or "try more" and it never seems to succeed. At least for me it has been a fruitless endeavor. Why? Maybe it's because we...

Genesis 5 Gospel

Have you ever wondered what's in a name? Why all the long genealogies in the Bible? Do you just skip over the boring lists in a fruitless attempt to stay awake while trudging through the OT? If so you are not alone. But you are also missing out on some remarkable hidden gems. You see for the ancient Hebrews, a...
The hope of most Jewish families was that the first words their children ever spoke would be Shema. It was in accordance with the commands of Moses to teach these words (Shema) to your children, reciting them when you rise and when you lay down. In addition, there was a command in the Talmud tractate Yevamot that the final step for a Gentile to...

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