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1. The Sovereign Lord is stronger than your greatest challenges.  He deserves the credit for any victory you may experience against your spiritual enemy. (Deuteronomy 9:1-3)

2. When we are walking in obedience, the Lord goes before us, surrounds us, and strengthens us from the inside out. We should experience more victories than we do!

3. We often think our victories are due to our own righteousness, when we may be reaping the harvest of the prayers and labors of those who came before us. The promises made by the Father to the Son of God will keep those who trust in Him. (Deuteronomy 9:4-6)
 (John 17:9-19)

4. The world we live in desperately needs intercessors who will pray for sinners the way Moses prayed for the rebellious Israelites as they broke the commandments, engaged in sexual sins, and worshipped idols. (Deuteronomy 9:13-24)

5. Moses demonstrated a Christ-like attitude in praying for the very people that were causing him the most grief.  Does that describe your prayer life? (Luke 6:28)

6. Moses spent 40 days and nights fasting and praying, on at least two occasions, for God to glorify Himself, deliver His chosen people, and to delay His wrath against sinners. God seldom speaks to those who are too busy to slow down and listen. (Deuteronomy 9:25-29)

7. Moses prayed submissively, persistently, sacrificially, specifically, compassionately, comprehensively, and effectively.

8. Human nature is corrupt beyond our comprehension, yet God continues to raise up godly leaders and intercessors to make a difference in our lives.  Poor leaders acquiesce to the will of the people, while godly leaders acquiesce to the will of God. (Deuteronomy 10:1-11)

9. Some things will never change! The Lord always wants His people to love and worship Him wholeheartedly, and treat others, no matter who they are, with grace and love.
(Deuteronomy 10:12-22)

1. The Sovereign Lord is stronger than your greatest challenges.  He deserves the credit for any victory you may experience against your spiritual enemy. (Deuteronomy 9:1-3)

2. When we are walking in obedience, the Lord goes before us, surrounds us, and strengthens us from the inside out. We should experience more victories than we do!

3. We often think our victories are due to our own righteousness, when we may be reaping the harvest of the prayers and labors of those who came before us. The promises made by the Father to the Son of God will keep those who trust in Him. (Deuteronomy 9:4-6)
 (John 17:9-19)

4. The world we live in desperately needs intercessors who will pray for sinners the way Moses prayed for the rebellious Israelites as they broke the commandments, engaged in sexual sins, and worshipped idols. (Deuteronomy 9:13-24)

5. Moses demonstrated a Christ-like attitude in praying for the very people that were causing him the most grief.  Does that describe your prayer life? (Luke 6:28)

6. Moses spent 40 days and nights fasting and praying, on at least two occasions, for God to glorify Himself, deliver His chosen people, and to delay His wrath against sinners. God seldom speaks to those who are too busy to slow down and listen. (Deuteronomy 9:25-29)

7. Moses prayed submissively, persistently, sacrificially, specifically, compassionately, comprehensively, and effectively.

8. Human nature is corrupt beyond our comprehension, yet God continues to raise up godly leaders and intercessors to make a difference in our lives.  Poor leaders acquiesce to the will of the people, while godly leaders acquiesce to the will of God. (Deuteronomy 10:1-11)

9. Some things will never change! The Lord always wants His people to love and worship Him wholeheartedly, and treat others, no matter who they are, with grace and love.
(Deuteronomy 10:12-22)

 

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