Text: Exodus 15:1-27. The children of Israel who had earlier sung songs of victory (vv.1-18) soon forgot the victory that the LORD had handed them and began to grumble due to lack of water (v.24). Many times the devil draws our attention to challenges that we are facing other than the victories that God has given us over time.[…]

Text: Exodus 14:1-31. The LORD who encouraged the children of Israel to stand still and see the salvation of the Lord (vv. 13-14) does not change. He is the same God who today is encouraging you to be still and hold your peace. He has been fighting for you and continues to fight for you! Throughout their journey[…]

Text: Exodus 13:1-22. God took the children of Israel through the long route rather than the direct one to Canaan in order to protect His children from the onslaught of their enemies (vv. 17-18). In the same way Jesus Christ passed through a painful ordeal in order to save you and me from the bondage of sin. Meditate[…]

Text: Exodus 12:1-51. In preparation for the tenth and final plague, the Passover ceremony is established. The picking of the Passover lamb symbolised Christ, the perfect Lamb of God that takes away, the sin of the world (John 1:29). In the whole process, faith was key. They had to put on belts, sandals and hold a staff ready to[…]

Text: Exodus 11:1-10. The Lord promises Moses to bring one more plague upon Pharaoh and Egypt. This tenth and last plague will bring Pharaoh to his senses. He will then be forced to drive the children of Israel out of Egypt. (v.1). The children of Israel are assured of plundering the Egyptians (3:22). The tenth and last[…]

Text: Exodus 9:1-35 “Behold, the hand of the Lord will be on your cattle in the field, on the horses, on the donkeys, on the camels, on the oxen, and on the sheep—a very severe pestilence.” Verse 3 (NKJV) Here, God was judging the Egyptian God called Apis, which was in form of a bull. God[…]

Text: Exodus 8:1-32 “So Aaron stretched out his hand over the waters of Egypt, and the frogs came up and covered the land of Egypt.” Verse 6 (NKJV).A frog represented the Egyptian god Heqt. Heqt was the god of birth. Frogs were sacred in Egypt and therefore for them to be everywhere and being stepped on,[…]

Text: Luke 24:1-53. After the resurrection, Jesus Christ commissioned His disciples to go and proclaim the gospel of repentance and forgiveness or remission of sins in His name to all nations beginning with Jerusalem (verse 47). Jesus Christ resurrected and is seated at the right hand of our Father interceding for you. You must preach the gospel of repentance[…]

Text: Luke 23:1-56. Jesus Christ, after He had been arrested, was brought to Herod, among other leaders, for interrogation. Jesus Christ refused to answer him (verse 9). You realise that of all people (leaders) who interrogated Jesus Christ, it was only Herod that Jesus refused to answer. (Cf. Matt. 7:6). Why? This was because Herod had refused the very[…]

Text: Luke 22:1-71. One of the signs that you are indeed investing and saving on earth, which is temporal is stealing, cheating, corruption, material grabbing like in land and the betrayal of your friends and comrades (verse 47-48). Jesus Christ was betrayed by one of His own disciples, a treasurer for that matter. Most times we are betrayed by[…]