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STARTING OVER

They left Marah and went to Elim , where there were twelve springs and seventy palm trees, and they camped there. They left Elim and camped by the Red Sea.  Numbers 33:9-10 Israel’s journey to worship their God was an emotional … Continue reading

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FAITHFULNESS

According to the Reese Chronological Bible, God’s people departed from Egypt on Saturday April 16, 1462 BC. As they were leaving, God’s presence settled among them in the form of a pillar of cloud, which turned into a pillar of … Continue reading

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TEMPTATION

In between the joy of the initial salvation experience and receiving the promises of God is a desert that reveals the truth about the worshiper and the God they seek to worship. The promises God made to the children of … Continue reading

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Follow Me: Angelic Visitation

Observations as I follow God through the Chronological Bible Genesis 32-33[1] After Jacob and Uncle Laban concluded their meeting in an amicable way, Jacob’s journey is stopped by angels of God. Jacob desires to provide for his own family, and … Continue reading

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Follow Me: God is a Liar?

 Observations as I follow God through the Chronological Bible. Genesis 3 God completed creation and gave every good thing he had made to the man and woman who bore his image. On the seventh day, he rested and on the … Continue reading

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Chapter 4: He Spoke

When God saw Abram had obeyed his instructions to go “to a land I will show you” or as we learned in the last chapter “go to a land I will see you” God spoke to Abram a second time … Continue reading

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