A Revelation of the Nature, Meaning, and Issue of the Life in Egypt (the World)

A Revelation of the Nature, Meaning, and Issue of the Life in Egypt (the World)

A Revelation of the Nature, Meaning, and Issue of the Life in Egypt (the World)
1. The plague of the water in the whole land of Egypt becoming blood portrays that the nature and result of life in the world with its entertainment and amusement is death – Exo. 7:14-15
2. The plague of the frogs portrays that life in the world is a life of nuisance and unending trouble – 8:1-15
3. The plague of the dust becoming lice throughout all the land of Egypt portrays that the source of the supply of our living in the world eventually becomes a great discomfort and a cause of extreme irritation – vv. 16-19
4. The plague of thick darkness in all the land of Egypt portrays that the worldly life outside of God’s presence is filled with terrible darkness – vv. 21-29

God’s Demand and Pharaoh’s Resistance

God’s Demand and Pharaoh’s Resistance

God’s Demand and Pharaoh’s Resistance – A Portrait of Life in the World
Why do we need a vision of the true nature of life in the world in order to be rescued out of the world?
In your experience, who is Pharaoh and how has he kept you from enjoying the Lord?
Discuss your experiences of being revived to pursue the Lord and the situations which come in
to discourage and stop our pursuit of the Lord

Signs of God’s Calling and Sending

Signs of God’s Calling and Sending

Signs of God’s Calling and Sending – Three Subjective Signs
Three signs that are evidence that a servant of God has truly been called and sent by God-Exo. 4:2-4, 6-7, 9:
The sign of the staff becoming a serpent-vv.2-4
The sign of the hand becoming leprous-vv. 6-7
The sign of the water becoming blood-v.9:

God’s Calling of Moses

God’s Calling of Moses

God’s Calling of Moses – God’s standard for His calling of all His servants
Everything else comes and goes, but God remains. Are you discouraged by your weakness? One day your weakness will cease to exist, but God will still be. Weakness, strength, riches, and poverty all pass away, but God is.
If we know God as the One who is, we shall be greatly encouraged, especially during difficult times. Even when God does apparently nothing for us, we should believe in Him.
Whatever we need, “He is.” Food, rest, life, peace, all positive things, He can be to us.