Paul, James, and Peter start their letters by introducing themselves as bond-servants of Jesus Christ, and they aren’t the only ones who claim to be bond-servants of Christ. But what does it mean to be a bond-servant? Why would you want to be a bond-servant? Well, we have to take a look at the Old Testament to learn what a bond-servant is.
After Moses killed the Egyptian, Pharaoh tried to kill Moses, so Moses fled. He settled in the land of Midian, where he lived with the priest of Midian and married one of his seven daughters (Exodus 2:15-21). Moses’ Preparation Moses became a shepherd over his father-in-law’s flock near Horeb (also called Mt. Sinai), the mountain […]
In the first couple of chapters in Exodus, we read that the Israelites were suffering under the rule of the Egyptians, and the king ordered for all the Hebrew baby boys to be tossed into the Nile. It was at this time that Moses was born; and he was lovely in the sight of God, […]
This week, I have something a little different for you. I have been planning on writing a post about the 10 Commandments, and I remembered my sister, Shipwreck Samantha, actually made a video about it. In her video, she says it’s important to know what the 10 Commandments are and what they all mean. She […]
Do you know the story of the golden calf? Moses went up on Mt. Sinai to hear from God and was up there for 40 days. The Israelites grew impatient, so they told Aaron to build them a god. He built them a golden idol that looked like a calf, and the Israelites worshiped it […]