Gene Cunningham - June 9, 2000

Life of Moses #7

Psa 82:1 refers to God stepping into the congregation of the gods (Satan and his demons). God's purpose in the plagues is redemptive (Exo 9:16, Exo 7:5). False God's must be exposed. People attribute blessings to their false gods. When we fail to attribute blessings to God, we are withholding credit and are worshipping something else. Evil generations harden their hearts with signs and miracles (Exo 7:1-25). Jews rejected Jesus' signs. The evidence of faithfulness is obedience. Growth is not complete until the truth learned is applied. Serpent represents wisdom of Satan verses the wisdom of God. Bronze serpent serpent represents Christ (Num 21:9). Pharaoh worshiped the Nile and washed in it every morning for his "dose of deity" (Gen 7:14-25, Rom 1:21). In order to redeem some there must be judgement on others. The same sun that melts the wax hardens the clay; it all depends upon the medium. The plagues make Pharaoh harden his own heart (Exo 8:1-32). Pharaoh is disingenuous proclaiming "tomorrow" regarding letting the Jews go (Exo 8:10, Exo 8:22, 2Pe 2:9). The Lord knows how to deliver us out of temptation. God is able to take us through anything. Shepards were an abomination to Egyptians as were lambs (Exo 8:26, Gen 43:32, Gen 46:34).

Scripture References: Psalms 82:1, Romans 1:21, Genesis 46:34, Genesis 7:14-25, Genesis 43:32, Numbers 21:9, Exodus 8:26, Exodus 7:1-25, Exodus 8:22, Exodus 7:5, Exodus 8:10, Exodus 9:16, Exodus 8:1-32

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