The Journey with Ron Moore

There is much discussion about God hardening Pharaoh’s heart. But think about it. This was a tremendous act of God’s grace. God simply kept the pagan king doing what his heart was already bent on doing – opposing the work of God. The multiple plagues showed the Israelites that God was to be feared and followed.

God was as sovereignly at work the day Moses’ mother tearfully and fearfully placed him in the Nile as He was when Pharaoh’s daughter drew Moses out of the water. Even when you don’t know how the story ends, God is still in charge!

C.S. Lewis said: “Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important.”  Significantly, the truth claims of Christ are evident for all to examine. Today, from the book of Hebrews, Ron Moore presents that evidence and asks… Continue Reading…

Delegation is one of the leader’s most important activities. It does not entail passing off unwanted chores. Neither does it involve passing off “busy work.” Delegation takes place when a leader empowers the right person to accomplish a significant task with the appropriate direction, support, and accountability. Theodore Roosevelt said… Continue Reading…

Read John 1:1-18 John 1:17 For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. Moses, the great prophet and leader in the Old Testament, laid down the law. He was God’s instrument in revealing the ceremonial, civil and moral law to the people of Israel…. Continue Reading…

Singer songwriter David Wilcox say’s it well, “When you lay your dreams to rest, you can get what’s second best, but it’s hard to get enough.”  Just ask Moses.  He laid his dream in the sands of Egypt and fled to Midian, content to spend his life for second best. … Continue Reading…

Great things are not completed in a day.  A leader, a nation, and a life take time, preparation and instruction.  And those things are never easy. This is the story of the second greatest man in the Bible.


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