"Bricks Without Straw" by Doug Batchelor

"Bricks Without Straw" by Doug Batchelor [LQ]

Before Moses approached the king of Egypt to seek freedom for the children of Israel, he and his brother, Aaron, met with the oppressed leaders of Israel. During this meeting, Moses and Aaron encouraged the people to consecrate themselves to the Lord and told them God was about to deliver them from slavery with a mighty hand...

Date Posted: 04 Dec 2008
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