Resources by Moses

All or None; or, Compromises Refused: A Sermon with Five Texts

I SHALL have five texts— one of them a good one, the other four bad.The first text is good. It is God’s text. Exodus x. 26:— “There shall not an hoof be left behind.” That is God’s text, and the whole sermon will illustrate it by exposing the compromises with which it was met.      The other four are Pharaoh’s texts, or, if you like, the devil’s, for that is...

Exodus 8:25-28

Moses: His Faith and Decision

Jun 24 WE generally picture Moses with, beams of glory rising from his brow, and the two tables of the law in his hand; a stern man holding forth a sterner law. But we must correct our idea. Moses is as much an example of faith as he is a representative of law. What he did was as much due to his faith as were the acts of Paul or John. In...

Hebrews 11:24-26

The Death of Moses

Jun 5 WHAT an honourable title! Moses is distinguished as “the servant of Jehovah.” He was this of choice, for he willed to be the servant of God rather than to be great in the land of the Pharaohs. Such he was most perseveringly throughout the whole of his life. Such he was most intensely, for he waited upon God for his directions, as a servant waits upon his master; and he...

Deuteronomy 34:5

On Whose Side are You?

Apr 4 DURING the last few days in which the stir of a general election has moved the most quiet of our streets, everyone of you must have been asked many times on which side you are. Some are enthusiastic on this side, and some are quite as warm on the other, and the interest of all ranks and classes is aroused. Now that the Lord’s-day has come I hope you will...

Exodus 32:26

Marah; or, The Bitter Waters Sweetened

Apr 23      What a sudden change from the sound of the timbrel to the voice of murmuring! You saw the maidens dancing three days ago, and you little dreamed that they would make part of yonder clamorous throng who surround the servant of God, and cry, "What shall we drink?" Such are the changes of our outward conditions and of our inward feelings, so fickle and so mutable is man....

Exodus 15:23-25