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Moses was a renowned lawgiver, prophet, friend of God, and deliverer of his people. The events of his life, spanning four books of the Bible, resound throughout Scripture—and while our own lives may seem to pale in comparison, God wants to grow in us the same character traits that he used in the life of Moses.
This epic undertaking, composed of never-before-published material from the late James M. Boice, delves fully into the narrative of Moses’ life, uncovering its rich meaning and its gospel application to our lives today. Dr. Boice captures the broad sweep of Israel’s captivity, deliverance, and wanderings, defends the Bible’s historical reliability, and offers wise pastoral advice on many practical topics.
Demonstrating what we can learn from their successes and strengths as well as their sins and failures, Boice also leads us to look beyond Moses and the Israelites to the awesome power of their God and the much needed, final Deliverer of his people to come.
Number of Pages: 432
Vendor: P & R Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
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The Life of Moses: The Yahwist as Historian in Exodus and NumbersJohn Van SetersWestminster John Knox Press / Trade Paperback$45.00 Retail:
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From Bondage to Liberty: The Gospel According to MosesAnthony T. SelvaggioP & R Publishing / 2014 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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Dr. James Montgomery Boice was first and foremost a preacher. He preached with authority because he had a profound sense of the binding and compelling truthfulness of Gods Word. And because Scripture is the very word of God, Boice had a profound sense of drama. We see this clearly in these never-before-published sermons on the life of Moses. Here we find astounding moments and breathtaking scenes. Here we find ourselves quite literally standing on holy ground. Here we learn from Moses that we must trust God, obey God, and focus on God to the exclusion of all else. And here Dr. Boice continues to teach us of our ultimate calling: to worship God in the splendor of His glory.
What a gift to the church are these words from a faithful preacher of the Word who now knows the full presence of the Lord Jesus he served so well. As Dr. Boice in these chapters unfolds the words and life of Moses, he unswervingly points us to the promised prophet--one like Moses, but the very Son of God, the Word made flesh. I'm grateful to Linda Boice and those who with such excellence and love have compiled and edited this volume.