by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
Exodus 12:13

If you have your Bibles, friends, turn with me now,
please, to the Book of Exodus, and today we will be
studying about People God Has Marked For His Own.

You will make this discovery in the Bible, and it is
a wonderful truth, that God in all ages has marked
His People! He did it to His people in the days when
they were in bondage in Egypt, approximately 1400
years before Christ. He did it in Ezekiel's day, 600
B.C. He will do it in the Tribulation Period when
He marks the 144,000 Jews, Revelation 7. He will do
it in the eternal state: He will mark us with His
Name. And then we will talk about the Mark of God
today upon His people.

God has marked His people as His own possession!
That means authentication. That means protection.
That means security. That means salvation. That
means the blessing and favor of God upon those whom
He has marked. Marked people will be saved, and
unmarked people will be condemned. So, friends, it
is important that we study this, and may God make it
a blessing to our hearts. If you are a Christian,
you will be rejoicing that you are marked by God as
His very own! If you do no have the Mark of God, I
pray you will come to Him and receive the Mark
before it is eternally too late.

God Marked His People in Egypt Exodus 12:13

God marked His people Israel in Egypt 1400 years
before Christ in the days of Moses. The Israelites
were in bondage to the cruel Egyptian taskmasters,
and God sent Moses and Aaron to Pharaoh to ask the
release of His people. But Pharaoh would not let the
people of God go. Therefore God sent judgment after
judgment upon the land and when Pharoah still would
not let the people go, God gave this word to Moses
in Exodus 12:12. "I will pass through the land of
Egypt this night and will smite all the firstborn in
the land of Egypt, both man and beast, and against
all the gods of Eg ...

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