Douglas MacArthur once said, There is no substitute for victory. Moses knew that truth, as Israel faced its Amalekite enemies. And from that conflict of old come principles to assure victory in the battles of our everyday lives. In this message we find more lessons from the life of Moses on Fighting to Win.
Soldiers know that it’s much harder to achieve victory on the battlefield if you don’t fight to win. There are many battles along life’s road, battles we will lose if we lack the will to win. In this message, we find lessons from the life of Moses on victory, and how to obtain it.
Disappointment: it hits everyone whenever our circumstances don’t match our expectations. But disappointment can turn to bitterness, and we need God’s grace to respond well to the disappointments of life. The children of Israel found bitter waters at Marah. Only a miracle from God made them sweet. And only God can make our bitterness sweet.
The grass is not always greener on the other side of the mountain or the other side of the Red Sea. Once Israel left Egypt, the real troubles began. The long trek started, and the desert sand took its toll. Inevitably, life has its disappointments. In this message we discover strategies to triumph over them.
The sea in front of you. 600 Egyptian chariots behind you. That's what's called being in a tight place, a place where only God can get you out. In this message, we remember the parting of the Red Sea as Moses and Israel watch God destroy the army of Egypt before their very eyes.
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