Merv Hall preaches on final days of Moses’s life – highlighting his song (Deut 32), his blessing (Deut 33) and his death (Deut 34). In particular this message dwells on the song of Moses in Deut 32 and highlights 5 references to God as His people’s “rock”. God is a “faithful” rock, but due to His people’s waywardness became a “forsaken” and “forgotten” rock, as they sought after “false” rocks. (Message preached 1st Feb 2015)
Michael Penfold preaches on the plots against Moses from his sister and brother (Numbers Ch 12) and his cousin (Ch 16). The two passages are compared and similarities noted. Marked by jealousy, discontentment and hunger for power, Miriam and Korah took on the leadership of Israel with disastrous results. (Message preached 11th Jan 2015)
Mervyn Hall preaches on the wilderness journey of Israel. Working his way through 1 Cor 10:1-12, which states that the wilderness events were examples or types, written for our admonition, he highlights five events: the disobedience at Taberah, the insubordination at Sinai, the sedition at Shittim, the apostasy in the wilderness and the mutiny at Paran and brings practical exhortation to bear from each (Message preached 14th Dec 2014)
Michael Penfold preaches on Moses’s confrontation with Pharoah. What would Moses do? Accept Pharoah’s compromises or obey the Lord’s commandment? Would Moses meet Pharoah halfway and find an accommodation with him, or would he “hold the line” and obey the Lord? (Message preached 30th Nov 2014)
Mervyn Hall speaks on the two major transitions in Moses’s life. Moses’s life is in three parts of 40 years each. 40 formative years in Egypt ; 40 “forgotten” years in Midian; and 40 “famous” years leading Israel through the desert. The transitions between these defined periods of his life hold many pertinent lessons in connection with discerning the calling and leading of God in our own lives as we seek His will for service and usefulness (Message preached 23rd…
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