Wonder Working God

Expecting a Miracle 4This weekend at Eastbrook Church, we continued our series “Expecting a Miracle” with a message entitled “Wonder Working God.” This message was an exploration of the miraculous events and plagues brought upon Egypt by God in order to bring the Israelites to freedom in the exodus, as recorded in Exodus 7-12. In one part of the message I delivered an aside on the question of whether it is rational to believe in miracles or not.

The outline for the message is below. You can listen to the message online here or download it via the Eastbrook web-site here. You can also visit Eastbrook Church on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Heart of God and the Plan of God (Exodus 2:25; 7:1-6; 9:14-16)

The heart of God is compassion and love

The plan of God:

  • For us is salvation and deliverance
  • For Him is a revelation of who He is

Escalation in Egypt (Exodus 7:7-12:30)

  • Aaron’s staff becomes a snake (7:7-13)
  • The Nile turns red (7:14-24)
  • Teeming frogs (8:1-15)
  • Annoying gnats (8:16-19)
  • Swarming flies (8:20-32)
  • Devastation of livestock (9:1-7)
  • Festering boils (9:8-12)
  • Destructive hail (9:13-35)
  • Pervasive locusts (10:1-20)
  • A cover of darkness (10:21-29)
  • Death to the firstborn (11:1-10; 12:29-30)

The Miraculous and Rationalistic Naturalism

God, Miracles and our Mountains

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