Celebrate What God Will Do

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Celebrate What God Will Do

I’ve got a few friends that like to celebrate. Some might describe them as over the top at times, even ridiculous. Coming up on the Bible Story Podcast, we will learn why it is so important to Celebrate what God will do. Are you talking about me?

Discussion Episode

Exodus 11-12

Discussion | Celebrate What God Will Do

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Discussion | Celebrate What God Will Do

We will be discussing the idea of being able to celebrate what God will do before his promises have come about!

In this week’s story, Moses gave instructions to Israel for the first Passover and for leaving Egypt. Moses and Aaron performed many miracles to convince Pharaoh to let Israel go. Unfortunately, Pharaoh continued to be stubborn and refused to let the people go. God’s final plague was the death of every first-born male in Egypt. Finally, Pharaoh gave in and let the Israelites go.

We will be discussing the idea of being able to celebrate what God will do before his promises have come about!

In this week’s story, Moses gave instructions to Israel for the first Passover and for leaving Egypt. Moses and Aaron performed many miracles to convince Pharaoh to let Israel go. Unfortunately, Pharaoh continued to be stubborn and refused to let the people go. God’s final plague was the death of every first-born male in Egypt. Finally, Pharaoh gave in and let the Israelites go.

Submit to God Early

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Submit to God Early

Have you ever regretted not doing something sooner? Perhaps, as a result, there was some unnecessary hardship. Each of us is part of God’s story. The sooner we submit to God, the better. Submit to God early on. 

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Discussion | Submit to God Early

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Discussion | Submit to God Early

We learned that we ought to Submit to God early. There were another five plagues, and after each plague, Pharaoh’s heart was hardened. The five plagues were the death of livestock, boils, hail, locusts, and darkness. We learned that submitting to God early on is the best thing we can do. There will never be a time earlier than right now.

We learned that we ought to Submit to God early. There were another five plagues, and after each plague, Pharaoh’s heart was hardened. The five plagues were the death of livestock, boils, hail, locusts, and darkness. We learned that submitting to God early on is the best thing we can do. There will never be a time earlier than right now.

A Soft and Harmonious Heart

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A Soft and Harmonious Heart

Have you ever wanted to do the opposite of what someone told you? Was your heart hard and angry? Coming up on the Bible Story Podcast, we will learn the value of having a soft and harmonious heart!

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Scripture

Discussion | A Soft and Harmonious Heart

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Discussion | A Soft and Harmonious Heart

Welcome to the discussion episode for the story, “A Soft and Harmonious Heart.”Welcome to the discussion episode for the story, “A Soft and Harmonious Heart.”

Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh several times, asking him to let God’s people go into the wilderness to worship God there. God sent four different plagues on Egypt. The four plagues were the Nile river turned to blood, frogs, gnats, and flies. Pharaoh’s magicians were able to replicate the first two but not the third or fourth. After each plague, Pharaoh’s heart became hard, and he refused to let the people go. After the fourth one, he promised to release them but quickly changed his mind when the flies were gone. We learned that submitting to God is the best possible response to God regardless of the situation!

Welcome to the discussion episode for the story, “A Soft and Harmonious Heart.”Welcome to the discussion episode for the story, “A Soft and Harmonious Heart.”

Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh several times, asking him to let God’s people go into the wilderness to worship God there. God sent four different plagues on Egypt. The four plagues were the Nile river turned to blood, frogs, gnats, and flies. Pharaoh’s magicians were able to replicate the first two but not the third or fourth. After each plague, Pharaoh’s heart became hard, and he refused to let the people go. After the fourth one, he promised to release them but quickly changed his mind when the flies were gone. We learned that submitting to God is the best possible response to God regardless of the situation!

Times of Doubt

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Times of Doubt

Like Moses, we can have times of doubt. Listening to God is important as he will encourage us when we are aligned with him.

Coming up on the Bible Story Podcast, we step into the burden on Moses as he struggles to see himself intertwined as the leader of the Israelite people in freeing them from Egypt. We empathize with Moses with these doubts and uncertainties and are encouraged by the response and prophecy of the Lord.

Discussion Episode

Exodus 5:23-6:30

Discussion Times of Doubt

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Discussion Times of Doubt

Everyone has struggled with times of doubt. It is part of being human and why God has given us the gift of faith.

Moses, a man of great conviction and desire to follow God, was not above or out of reach of human errors and doubts. As we continue to read through these sections of scripture in Exodus, we read about the vulnerability, frustration, and confusion Moses faced through his experience of following God’s prompting and call!

Everyone has struggled with times of doubt. It is part of being human and why God has given us the gift of faith.

Moses, a man of great conviction and desire to follow God, was not above or out of reach of human errors and doubts. As we continue to read through these sections of scripture in Exodus, we read about the vulnerability, frustration, and confusion Moses faced through his experience of following God’s prompting and call!

God, Why All This Misery?

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God, Why All This Misery?

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Exodus 4:18 – 5:23

Key Point

Have you ever felt like God was missing in Action? When you really needed him to show up, he was missing or not listening? We can ask, God, why all this misery?

Coming up on the Bible Story Podcast, we will share a story when Moses was confused, hurt and frustrated by God. We will learn how we can respond and what to do with it!

Discussion | God, Why All This Misery?

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Welcome to the discussion episode for the story, “God, why all this Misery?”

Moses leaves his Father-in-law, Jethro, packs up his family and takes them back to Israel. Aaron, Moses’ brother, shares Moses’ story of God and the burning bush. Moses performs miraculous signs and convinces Israel’s leaders of the desire that God has to rescue and free the Israelite people. Aaron and Moses ask Pharaoh to let the Israelites go into the wilderness to worship God. Pharoah gets angry and demands the Israelite slaves to continue making all the bricks for building, and in the same numbers, even though he is no longer providing them with straw, a key ingredient. This was an impossible task and caused the Israelite foremen to be whipped and beaten for missing the quota. Moses confronts God and asks him why he has done nothing to rescue the people. Things seemed so promising,  and eventually, Moses and the people are worse off than before!

Welcome to the discussion episode for the story, “God, why all this Misery?”

Moses leaves his Father-in-law, Jethro, packs up his family and takes them back to Israel. Aaron, Moses’ brother, shares Moses’ story of God and the burning bush. Moses performs miraculous signs and convinces Israel’s leaders of the desire that God has to rescue and free the Israelite people. Aaron and Moses ask Pharaoh to let the Israelites go into the wilderness to worship God. Pharoah gets angry and demands the Israelite slaves to continue making all the bricks for building, and in the same numbers, even though he is no longer providing them with straw, a key ingredient. This was an impossible task and caused the Israelite foremen to be whipped and beaten for missing the quota. Moses confronts God and asks him why he has done nothing to rescue the people. Things seemed so promising,  and eventually, Moses and the people are worse off than before!