The Book Of Exodus Chapter 4-5 (4 of 26) by Harley Howard
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Read vs 1
EXCUSE #3, THE PEOPLE WILL NOT BELIEVE ME WHEN I TELL
THEM ALL OF THIS. My friends, that's unbelief plain
and simple. Could you imagine that after all of what
God had told this man that he would say in essence
that God doesn't know anymore about the Hebrews than
he does? After hearing God tell him all of this
glorious plan of deliverance, including telling him
exactly what the people will say, Moses says no, but
they will not believe me. God was not angry yet, but
gives him a tool that could be used to perform
miracles to convince the skeptic mind.
Read vss 2-9
God would allow miraculous signs to be done through
this man. This should be convincing enough to the
people, but it wasn't for Moses! Even though he
witnesses the miracles before his own eyes!
Read vs 10
Excuse #4, I AM NOT A GOOD SPEAKER. I am not a good
orator. I don't know how to win friends and influence
people. I am not eloquent. That's not what Stephen
said about him in Acts 7:22. Moses is downplaying the
abilities that he has been trained by God to use. In
simpler terms, he's making excuses! Just like so many
of us who do the same thing. Oh we are so quick to
offer up our own excuses why we should disobey God.
Not we don't say it in that way, but that's exactly
what we are doing. Moses said "not only am I not
eloquent in speech now, but I have never been." That's
11 And the LORD said unto him, "Who hath made man's
mouth? or who maketh the dumb, or deaf, or the seeing,
or the blind? have not I the LORD?
12 "Now therefore go, and I will be with thy mouth,
and teach thee what thou shalt say."
This is a good verse to ponder when some want to teach
that God is obligated to heal everyone. I wish that
those who teach would teach what God has said. God
said as far as the blind, the deaf, the dumb, the
seeing and the creator of that so-called prob ...
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