by Harley Howard

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The Book Of Exodus Chapter 15 (11 of 26)
Harley Howard

Read vs 1

This is a great song of victory sung by Moses and the
people. The song exalts the greatness of God in His
destruction of the Egyptian army. First of all it is
interesting that the song was sung to the Lord and not
one another. I guess as a side note, it is important
to know that when we sing, it should be to the Lord,
not as a means of entertainment. Second, they sung
because of what the Lord has done. They sang of God's
glorious works that was done. There was again, no
entertainment factor here. They recognized God's great
works and that prompted the song. What a lesson we can
learn today, when it seemed so evident that singing
for the most part is done for entertaining the
congregation and not as a part of worship to God as
was here. The horse and his rider hath He thrown into
the sea is repeated in the song in verse 4 and in
verse 21. They recognized the fact that it was God who
was the victor in the destruction of the Egyptian

Read vs 2

Moses describes the Lord as HIS strength, song and
salvation or deliverance. Moses could sing this with
great conviction because of his earlier attempts to
exclude himself from being used by God at all. When we
share Christ with the unsaved, we often express to
them that Jesus needs to be your PERSONAL Lord and
savior. A relationship with God, is just that, it is a
relationship. It's trusting, loving, following God
through Christ. It is to have fellowship with your
Creator. Moses goes on to say that he will continue to
exalt Him .

3 The LORD [is] a man of war: the LORD [is] his name.

God knows how to fight; He knows how to destroy His
enemies. God rules with unlimited might, and who can
stay His hand? The Lord isn't wimpy: the Lord is a
warrior. God has, is, and will always deal swiftly and
righteously with His enemies. James in his epistle
quotes that the Lord is the Lord ...

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