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|Resource:||Video Disk (DVD1234) Moses: In The Footsteps of the Reluctant Prophet|
|Publisher:||Abingdon Press, 2017|
|Subjects:||06-session Study; Adult Series; All-church program/study; Archaeology; Bible Lands & Times; Bible Story; Bible Study; Exodus; History; Holy Land/Israel; Judaism; Moses; Old Testament; Passover; Tabernacle; Ten Commandments; Young Adult; Youth Ministry|
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Copy A: 5/1/2020-7/8/2020
|Description:||Join Adam Hamilton as he explores the sites of Moses' life from the Nile river to the Reed Sea, from Mt. Sinai to the desert wilderness. Using historical information, archaeological data, and biblical text, Hamilton guides us in the foorsteps of this reluctant prophet who blazed a trail of faith.
The six lessons are
1) The Birth of Moses - As Hamilton leads us pass the pyramids, through the temple of Karnak and down the Nile River - places that Moses himself would have seen - we hear the story of Moses' birth.
2) Two Moments That Defined the Man - When Moses encounters an Egyptian beating an Israelite slave and kills the Egyptian he must flee into the Sinai and the wilderness of Midian. As we journey through the wilderness and visit the monastery of St. Catherine at the foot of Mt. Sinai we also hear the story of the Burning Bush where God calls Moses to free his people from slavery. God sends an 80 year old stuttering shepherd, not an angel to do his will. What is God calling you to do?
3) The Exodus - As we walk through the ruins of temples built by Ramses II, the pharaoh confronted by Moses, we hear the story of the ten plagues and the beginning of Passover. God delivered the Israelites from the army of Pharaoh, just as God is willing to deliver us out of the hurt and pain we live in.
4)The Ten Commandments - We are now in the Sinai and stop at Marah, where Moses turned the bitter water sweet, and Elim, where God gave to the Israelites manna and quail. As we reach Mt. Sinai and climb to its summit we review the Ten Commandments and pray that we, too, may encounter God in our lives.
5) Lessons From the Wilderness - Hamilton compares the great temples of Egypt, especially the Temple of Karnak, with how Moses instructed the Israelites to construct the Tabernacle. Hamilton also encourages us to learn to lead like Moses; even though we may often despair it is important to perservere with God's help.
6) Don't Forget -- Pass It On - As we stand with Hamilton on the top of Mt Nebo, we gaze out over the fertile fields of the Promised Land, just as Moses did. Just as Moses urged his people to never forget who they were and what God had done for them, Hamilton encourages us to always remember the wonderful things God has done for each of us.
INCLUDES LEADER GUIDE, BOOK, CHILDREN'S LEADER GUIDE and YOUTH STUDY BOOK.
|Age Groups:||High School; Young Adult; Adult (30-55); Adult (55+)|
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