Lessons from the life and death of Moses, the servant of God.
Moses is one of the greatest men ever! He was faithful to God and became a deliverer of God's people from the Egyptian house of bondage despite his personal struggle of inadequacy.
These two lessons are designed to gain lessons from Moses' life and his death where God alone officiated and performed his burial.
"Moses My servant is dead. Now therefore, arise, go over this Jordan, you and all this people, to the land which I am giving to them—the children of Israel" (Joshua 1:2).
Two lessons about HOPE in an acrostic approach. Hope is the anchor of the soul that ascends into the immovable Presence of God (Heb. 6:18-20). What does this mean to us today as we face trials of uncertainty, fear, death, separation, etc.?
It is a phrase which is often stated but one that is unlikely explained. You must "call on the name of the Lord" to be saved. But what does it mean? How do we call on the name of the Lord today?
This command was also unclear to many of the Jews in the first century. The apostle Peter was preaching the gospel to thousands on the day of Pentecost wherein he quoted from the prophet Joel, "And it shall come to pass That whoever calls on the name of the LORD Shall be saved" (Acts 2:21).
After he testified against their deeds and after he gave irrefutable proof that Jesus was the Christ, the people were pierced to the heart and asked a very important question, "Men and brethren, what shall we do?" (Acts 2:37). If they knew "how to call on the name of the Lord, they would not have asked, "what shall we do?"