40200 Moses (Level 3)

Speaker: Donald Hubbard

Description: Dr. Donald R. Hubbard presents this ten part series on the life of the man Moses, one of the most significant persons in human history. The student will learn of Moses' choices and how these affected him and the people he served. We learn from his life that though God's ways may be confusing and mysterious, we can trust Him. Dr. Donald R. Hubbard was a pastor for many years and had an extensive radio ministry and international conference speaking schedule for many years. He went home to be with the Lord in 2020.

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There are 10 lessons in this course.

Lesson 1

Moses began his ministry as the leader of Israel at 80 years old. In the first 40 years of his life, he spent it as a prince in Egypt. In the next 40 years, he learned he was nothing in the backside of the desert. As the leader of Israel for the final 40 years of his life, Moses learned that God is everything.

Lesson 2

The main thrust of the Book of Exodus is that it is the book of Redemption and the truth is centered in a nation. The name of the Book means "the way out." In Genesis, God is revealing, and in the Book of Exodus, He is redeeming. The Book of Genesis is centered in a family, and in Exodus the truth is centered in a nation. This has to do with the formation of the nation Israel.

Lesson 3

Moses was born in 1526 BC. The events we see in Exodus 2 is 1486 BC, and the date of the Exodus was 1446 BC. In the providence of God, He saw fit to give back to a Hebrew home their baby boy to develop his character. In that home, Moses learned about God and how to face life.

Lesson 4

One of the most pivotal moments in the life of any person in history is found in Exodus 3. A new experience and a new life began for Moses as he fled to the wilderness and became a shepherd. One main truth if this lesson is no man is lost to God and no situation is irretrievable to God.

Lesson 5

Moses in his early years was adopted by the daughter of Pharaoh. A case can even be made that God was not in Moses' thinking for 40 years because he did not have his sons circumcised. God wanted Moses to take part in something that was going to make eternal history.

Lesson 6

After being rejected by Israel as their leader, Moses spent 40 years on the backside of the desert. Through Moses' life we find there are 3 problems that any believer has that must be overcome to have a life of effective service for God. What are these problems that must be overcome?

Lesson 7

When we are faced with mysterious circumstances, it is so easy to become bitter, to complain or to criticize. But it is to Moses that God gives one of the most beautiful and complete revelations of Himself in the Old Testament. When God moves, He moves according to his own timetable.

Lesson 8

There were about 2.5 million people, with 600,000 of them men, in the group that left Egypt with Moses. God's people found themselves in an impossible situation with the sea before and the Egyptians following. God's leading to us sometimes seem mysterious and this leads to us sometimes misunderstanding Him. How God brings glory to Himself is His business, our task is to respond to God so that we can believe Him for greater things.

Lesson 9

The most significant moment in Israel's history happened while they were at Mt. Sinai. There are those very special moments with God that make sacred the place that we have them. Mt. Sinai was the place that ended the Dispensation of Promise and launched the Dispensation of Law.

Lesson 10

How we respond to change is often a barometer of our walk with God. It was at Mt. Sinai that God entered into a Covenant relationship with the nation of Israel. A priest of God in the Old Testament was one who on behalf of the people faced God. All believers, since they are now priests in Christ, have a new dignity.

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