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Moses wrote Exodus and it is the second book in the Bible. It is a part of the Pentateuch. The name in the Greek means "To go out." God had already planned for Moses to be raised in the house of Pharaoh. One of the benefits to that was his ability to learn to read and write. He fully understood the Egyptian customs and he fully loved his people, the Israelites. With that in mind alone, this book intrigues me. It is a story of leaving a place of sorrow and pain and being set free in some of the most amazing miraculous ways in the entire Bible. This book is referred to many times throughout the Bible. God wanted the remembrance of all He did for the Israelites to never be forgotten. To this day, there are ceremonies and feasts and Scriptural readings and remembrances of this very important time. It is a story of then and it is a story of now. Our prayer is that you will be encouraged as you leave your wilderness journey or place of pain and walk into a full Promised Land for you and your household. God is not dead and He changes not. He is the same yesterday, today and forever. What He did for them, He certainly will do for you. Our Sunday school class decided to study this book and we sought God for revelation as to how this can apply to us today in 2015. We have found some nuggets of gold that we want to share with you. We will walk through Exodus 8 chapters at a time until we complete the 40 chapters. I write love letters from God, so this will be sprinkled with some of the love letters God gave me as we studied this book.show more

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  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.38mm | 272.15g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514638231
  • 9781514638231

About Theresa Jean Nichols

Theresa was born into an American military family stationed in Germany on July 16, 1954. They predominately lived in Lawton, Oklahoma and her dad is buried there at the Ft. Sill cemetery. Church life was a normal life. She grew up under the nurture and care of a wonderful pastor and parents who convinced her from a very early age that God was real and He was personal...and He could meet her every need. She believed every word of it! That steadfast belief and knowing that God could pull her out of any one of her messes, at any given time, has kept her in a place of hope all her life. For as long as she can remember, she had a desire to write. She enjoys reading biographies and true life stories. After the death of her husband of 20 years, the writing became a release, a healing process, and a new life emerged as she began her own publishing company Heart of My Heart Publishing Co., LLC. Theresa has designed her webpage at www.three-sheep.com where she sells her books, as well as other authors' books, paintings, photography, and jewelry by some of the finest artists! She has written Love Letters from God - First Fruits Path of Miracles Books 1-5, The Bethel Road, Dew of The Morning and several volumes of "To Know Me" Love Letters from God, Daily Doses of God's Love, Daily Inspiration, Daily Encouragement, Healing Words, Words From The Heart, Heart to Heart, Meditations From The Heart, Revelation of God's Love, Run Maverick Run, The Butterfly, The Place of Pain, A Children's Christmas Story Play, Forty Days After The Resurrection Play, Once Upon A Time, Do You Know The Answer - Yes or No, Governing Through Intercession...and more to come! These books came out of a recovery of a financial loss during the death of Theresa's late husband and her road back to financial victory, emotional healing, and joy in this new era of her life. She is now happily married as of March 19, 2011 and enjoying a passel of grandchildren equaling 20 from ages 1 up! She and her late husband, Dick Heflin, were part owners of a hospital and he was an administrator. Now, God has blessed Theresa with Ralph Nichols, a cattle farmer, a slow-paced life in the country where heaven meets earth every day. She lives a life surrounded by peace, a train's whistle, their cat's purr, the neighbor's dog, and it makes all conducive for writing from the heart.show more