Locusts and Darkness (Exodus 10)

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Locusts and Darkness

Exodus 10

Elder Eddie Yoon

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Locusts & Darkness

Exodus 10

Redemption through Revelations

    • The overarching theme of Exodus is on Redemption.  Yahweh, the God of the Hebrews (Israelites) will, through His revelations, remove the one obstacle (Pharaoh) in His way and rescue the enslaved Israelites, His People, from Egypt.
    • The issue facing Pharoah and the Hebrews was: How should they respond to God’s revelations?
    • There will be serious consequences depending on the nature of their responses.
    • The story of the plagues is not just about the encounteres between Moses and Pharaoh.
    • It is about God fulfilling His Covenantal Promise to redeem His People and deliver them to their Promised Land.
    • But ultimately, it is about our Creator God who sent His Son to redeem us from our bondage to sin and death.
    • To Pharaoh, the plagues were opportunities for them to respond with humility and total submission.
    • To the Hebrews, the divine indictments on Pharaoh were reminders for them and their subsequent generations that Yahweh their God is the only God to be worshipped as Lord.

The challenge for us today:

How then should we respond to God’s revelations to us?

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Next Week 9 October 2022

The Firstborn And The Passover

Exodus 11:1 - 12:20

Pastor Jose Lam


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