Exodus 2:23-3:10 / Jun 2012

January 14, 2015By Adam LangExodus 2:23-3:12

[author-bio-christian-d-boyd] Exodus 2:23-3:10 01God is listening, feeling our anxious hearts beat, and understands. God never forgets us; it is we who forget God. 02 “It was not consumed” is the motto of many Presbyterian denominations that descend from the Scot-Irish churches. It is a reminder that no matter the conflict, pain, suffering, persecution, or when … Read More

Exodus 2:23-3:12 / Jul 2012

January 14, 2015By Adam LangExodus 2:23-3:12

[author-bio-carolyn-reed] Exodus 2:23-3:12 01Exodus 2:23-25 The passage says God “noticed” the Israelites. Another version (CEB) says God looked and understood. With either translation, it is clear that God cares for God’s people. Maybe in times of uncertainty it is enough to know that God knows and God understands. God who notices us, bless us with … Read More

Exodus 2:23-3:10 / Jul 2012

January 14, 2015By Adam LangExodus 2:23-3:12

[author-bio-julian-hamilton] Exodus 2:23-3:10 01Exodus 2 is a beautiful piece of writing. It has it all. Royalty and poverty. Princess and pauper. Saving and scheming. Murder and marriage. But it does not have the name God. Not until the ‘real story’ begins, at the end of the chapter. Yes, the narrative of Moses is fascinating, rich … Read More

Exodus 2:23-25 / Feb 2013

January 14, 2015By Adam LangExodus 2:23-3:12

[author-bio-nina-lau-branson] Exodus 2:23-25 01A long time passed. So much life is held in these four words. This describes not just one person but a group of people, the Israelites. They are suffering because of their hard work as slaves. In a way it doesn’t seem right. It doesn’t seem to give their suffering the hearing … Read More