Lessons from the Life of Moses by Robert Walker

Lessons from the Life of Moses
Robert Walker
Hebrews 11:26

I. FAITH VISUALIZES THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PEOPLE OF GOD
II. FAITH VISUALIZES THE TRAGEDY OF SIN
III. FAITH VISUALIZES THE TRIUMPH OF THE SAVIOR

To Israel Moses was the greatest prophet. He was the great lawgiver. He was Israel's greatest saint and greatest deliverer.

The great former Pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church once said, ''Moses gave to God the sunrise and noonday of his life. In return God gave him a glorious sunset.

I want us to look at the life of Moses because we can learn so much from him. He teaches us the real meaning of what it is to actually live infamy because he gave himself fully and completely to the oppression and slavery of his people.

He teaches us the meaning of self-denial because he refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter.

He teaches us the meaning of courage because he was willing to confront the Pharaoh even though it meant sudden death unless God would be with him.

He teaches us the meaning of priorities because he was able to see disgrace for Christ as more valuable than the riches of Egypt.

He teaches us patience because he lead the children of Israel for 40 years in their wandering in the wilderness trying to get them to do God's will and enter into the promise land.

He teaches us the meaning of intercession because on occasion he asked God to take his life in order that the children of Israel might be spared in spite of their sin and their rebellion.

But the greatest lesson that we learn from the life of Moses is the function of faith. When you get down to the bottom line the key to his life and the key to his great impact on history is the fact that he lived by faith.

By faith Moses did everything that he did. By Faith he refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter.

By faith he chose rather to suffer the affliction of the people of faith rather than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a short season.

By faith he ...


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