Session 4 - Faith, Firstborn and Pharoah ()

Roger Forster, March 1, 2008
Part of the Exodus series, preached at a Right Through the Bible service

In the most difficult chapter in Exodus Roger tackles some tough questions, including - did God harden Pharaoh's heart? And why did he want to kill Moses's son? Three major themes that are introduced in Genesis are explored more fully here - faith, firstborn and circumcision. Roger talks also about God's foreknowledge. What was God's response when Moses was unwilling to do as God asked? (80min)

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