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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Reflected by Susannah J. Reflected Exodus Sequence 2 by Susannah J. Bell Goodreads Author. With no knowledge of what is happening or why, she connects with a rebel This is an alternate cover edition for B00BWT4WCU A dead woman witnesses an alien invasion on Mars in a bizarre afterlife.

With no knowledge of what is happening or why, she connects with a rebel who recognises her as Miranda, a past-life incarnation guilty of betrayal. While her dream-like perceptions increase, her comprehension remains zero. Is she doomed to repeat the imprisonment of the reincarnation cycle? Was it still Thursday? They are not in any way connected like chapters in a book. They vary in style and character, time and place. However, the mystery unfolds as the sequence progresses, hence the numbering. To follow this unfolding, the sequence is best read in order. A novelette is, by definition, longer than a short story but not as long as a novella.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. We have to fight not to let discouragement blind us to the fact that God keeps his promises. Cat, you said the same thing I was thinking! All I have been reminded of this week is that no matter the circumstances or how bad life can get, God hears us and has an answer and is fighting for us! Sometimes we see it and sometimes its behind the scenes!

I have to just remind myself of this, because the world does get overwhelming especially when circumstances get really hard!

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Just enough to stretch and grow our faith and patience and joy a bit more! I used the same sequence of colors in each chapter. Moses knew which works were from God and which were dark. Jessica, how neat to recognize that pattern through the colors! A similar theme jumped out at me in Exodus Its desire is for you, but you must rule over it.

One of the most moving parts for me this week was from Chapter 7, verse 6: And Moses and Aaron did as the Lord commanded them, so the did. This is the first time we see Moses and Aaron do what they were asked when they were asked with out murmuring. They seem to have gain some confidence.

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Moses may feel this way since Aaron is beside him. Perhaps he finds comfort in numbers. Why is it that we have such a hard time doing what God asks when he asks? Why do we need comfort in earthly friends to go through the trials with us instead of fully trusting God. We have a head knowledge of faith but lack a complete heart of faith. Why should we fear what God has in store for us? I feel like it is a few things fear, stubbornness, and lack of want to.

I think he knew this as head knowledge but lacked the heart until now. I am also learning how passages can be seen so many different ways by using the color coding. This study has been powerful for me. In Exodus God was using Pharoah for His purpose. It reminds me that everyone has a purpose sometimes we just need to be reminded.

I have so enjoyed this study of Exodus! In Exodus God let them know to shelter all of the slaves and livestock so they would be protected from the storm. Even though He was using Pharaoh to make His name known, He made sure the Egyptians had a chance to save their livestock. Give me a problem and I will solve it…and move on!! At 64 not quite as old as Moses , God is moving me into an area of concern that involves tasks and people, but there is no quick fix. As I read of Moses and Aaron having to return to Pharaoh over and over again….

Never too old to learn or be used by God if we will listen and obey. I have enjoyed studying along with all the women here also. I find it hard to slow down and really ponder on the passages but then I read the comments from the women who are also studying and by going over their comments and their observations all of a sudden there is a new thing that I have missed.

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I have so needed this in my life. As a Sunday School teacher in a very small group, I am rarely in an adult study or hear a sermon of any kind. Thank you to all who take the trouble to post comments each day. One thing I realized as I was reading was that Moses had very little self esteem!

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I made another color for myself, because I noticed how often Moses was doubtful or fearful, so I made Grey — doubt, fear, questioning…. I see this with myself and my family that we are doubtful that God thinks we can do this or that. Then as I reread chapters all together in one sitting, I found myself getting frustrated with Moses!

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It made me stop and think about how frustrated God must get with me when I question him! It also helps me to read this story as I would any other book, from start to finish. I love the Exodus study, it brought me down to my knees and made me realize that God is there to protect me no matter what and that in a way tied to my One Word for which is Fearless.

Thanks Courtney for this wonderful study. Once turned into blood life could no longer be sustained. It only brought about death which is what it was used for in killing the Hebrew baby boys. Frogs — The Egyptian fertility goddess, Isis, was represented by a frog. Lice — Lice came up out of the dust of the earth. Beelzebub is the Egyptian god of the air and Ekron is the god of the flies. Again, God is mocking the Egyptians and their gods. These gods were present at all their sacrificial ceremonies. At this point the plagues are only affecting Egypt and not the Hebrews. Disease of Livestock.

The Egyptians worshipped animals and believed that the livestock possessed the spirits of their gods. God sends the locusts to finish off anything remotely agricultural that was left from the last plague. Happy lights and tanning beds keep that darkness from penetrating you physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

You really can feel the darkness here in Alaska during the winter. Anyway, Pharaoh is rebelling against the Light that is God.

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HE is rejecting the Light that is salvation. God allows him and his people to experience the darkness that is felt when sin separates them from God. Israel lives in the light while the Egyptians live in the dark. What a contrast! This is also an attack on their sun god, Rah. Death of the Firstborn — God has placed a special claim on the firstborn of man and beast. What a powerful and awesome God we serve!

Along with reading through with Good Morning Girls I am using various sermons that go along with the Eakins in Exodus to enhance my study. I disclose that because the following insists are not my own.

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John MacArthur points out that all of the plagues specifically target one or more established Egyptian gods. He specifically displays His power over that of the gods that the Egyptians worshiped. Our God is a God of intentiallity, the plagues were not random, but each served a purpose. As He showed His own power He was also revealing the weaknesses of their false idols.

Any insight by others to how they interpret this? Am I way off base with my understanding of those passages? Just wondering. I caught something in my reading this morning that struck me as humorous, and reminded me that God can have a sense of humor, too we get it from somewhere, right? In Ch. Order your livestock and servants to come in from the fields to find shelter. Any person or animal left outside will die when the hail falls.


Your email address will not be published. Comments I am loving this study in Exodus! Glad you are joining us for the study and loving it! I did the linkup and goofed it! Mine is number 7 without the picture.