by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) December 16, 1984 - AM


Exodus 16-17

I hope you have your Bibles open this morning to Exodus. We'll look at the

latter part of Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 in our study of the life of Moses.

As we begin, let's bow for prayer together.

"Father, in Thy house it's where primarily You do business with us. We wait

for Thee. We thank You for speaking to us through music and now through Thy

proclaimed word. Oh, Lord, let me get out of the way so that Thy word, Thy

truth, Thy message might not only be heard, but may it be received and under-

stood and incorporated into our living. For we make this prayer in the

strong, holy name of Jesus Christ, our Savior and our Lord. Amen."

Everybody gets tired sometimes. We get physically tired, mentally tired,

emotionally tired. Once when Julia Ward Howe felt like she had the whole

weight of the world on her shoulders, she said as she slumped in a chair,

"I'm tired, tired way down into the future." Have you ever felt like that?

Tired WAY DOWN into the future. Be careful when you're like that. Be alert.

Be on guard. Because when you are that tired, your mind doesn't work prop-

erly. It's like you're a victim of some kind of drug overdose and you're

not thinking clearly. Your temper is on edge. You say things you wish you

hadn't of said. Your moral stability in instable. And you're tired, just



.Now, thi,@. ic- what happened t-a GGd,'& chosen people, the Hebrews. They were
led miraculously, supernaturally across the sea. The waters parted and
they went over, two-million-plus strong, and they were on the other side
and God said to Moses and Moses said to the people, "Go forward. Ad in-
finitum. Go forward to the ...

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