Moses: Unshakable Faith (8 of 12) by Steve Wagers
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Series: Fantastic Faith
Steve N. Wagers
August 10, 2008
1. What He Lived For!
A) To Embrace Separation
B) To Endure Suffering
C) To Experience Satisfaction
2. Who He Leaned On!
A) A Sacred Confrontation
B) A Special Salvation
3. Where He Looked To!
A) God's Power to Perform the Impossible
B) God's Promise to Possess the Inevitable
I came across an article this week that blessed my heart. It is called "Real Men." It goes like this, 'when life gets messy, real men:'
Don't turn to Jack Daniels; they turn to John's Gospel.
Don't pretend they are strong; they admit they are weak.
Don't hide their tears when blindsided by sorrow. They open their eyes to the inevitable hardships that come to everyone.
Don't rationalize away the need for faith. They readily admit that only fools claim all the answers.
Don't take the name of the Lord in vain. They make a point of using that name to talk to God often.
I believe it is safe to refer to Moses as a "real man." The Bible attributes many things to the life of Moses, and none greater than referring to him as "The meekest man in all the earth."
Many equate meekness with weakness; however, meekness is not weakness, it is power under control. The Lord Jesus was meek, but He was not weak. He had the power to call 12 legions of angels, but He surrendered that power to do the work He was sent to do.
The life of Moses gives the world the greatest Bible historian of all the ages. Moses recorded the account of creation. Moses authored the first 5 books of the Bible, known as the Pentateuch. He also wrote one of the greatest psalms, Psalm 90.
Moses represented the picture of the forming of the nation of Israel. He was the great Law Giver. He was the greatest statesman in the Old Testament as he stood before Pharaoh. He was also a man who, firsthand, beheld the glory of God.
The life of Moses could be divided in ...
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