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Sermon Notes: 5 Strong Women in the Life of Moses

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Introduction

Speaking of strong women, world history has seen several. Margaret Thatcher was one strong woman who earned the nickname the Iron Lady because of her uncompromising politics and leadership style. Golda Meyer is known for her famous words “Send forth the Boys!” approving the operation “Wrath of God”. I personally like Chandrika Bandaranayake Kumaratunga for the outstanding principles and the intellect she displayed as a stateswoman even during the civil war. These names are just a few but there are many others.

Sermon: Lessons from the Burning Bush

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Introduction

The God of Small Things (1997) the debut novel by Arundhati Roy the Indian author, is a prime example of how small things in life affect people’s behavior and lives. The book won the Booker Prize in 1997.

Likewise, the account of God’s appearance to Moses through a burning bush in the wilderness, proves that small and insignificant things we experience actually affect our Christian life and faith in ways unimaginable. This incident transformed the life of Moses and the destiny of God’s people forever. In today’s sermon, let’s consider three lessons we can learn from the burning bush.

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