Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. Historically, the book of Exodus treats of the Gleanings in Exodus (Arthur Pink Collection Book 26) – Kindle edition by Arthur W. Pink. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. TOPIC: Pink, Arthur – Gleanings in Exodus (Other Topics in this Collection) SUBJECT: The Plagues Upon Egypt (Continued) Other Subjects in this Topic: . TOPIC: Pink, Arthur – Gleanings in Exodus (Other Topics in this Collection) Following the order of the contents of Exodus 12, the first thing to be noted is that .
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They issue from the Bottomless Pit, and the Anti-Christ, is said to be their “king”. Turn even now unto Him who is “the Light of the world”, and in His light thou shalt see light. Occupation with the person of Christ is thus impressed upon us; we need this. It is the kind of straightforward teaching that is desperately needed in an era when difficult biblical truths are sometimes purposely softened, made foggy, or revised to suit the preferences of sophisticated postmodernity.
The key to the moral significance of this third plague lies in the source from which the lice proceeded. Others before us have performed this task, the best of which, perhaps, is to be found in volume 5 of the Companion Bible.
Christ is to be the object before our hearts.
Doctrine of Man’s Impotency. The little word “thus” is very emphatic.
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The “hyssop” gleqnings never found in connection with any of the offerings which foreshadowed the Lord Jesus Himself. If we ask how that might apply to Christ, we note that this particular may be fully sustained as a description of Him.
A Hardened Heart The following is excerpted from John MacArthur: The lamb was not to be too young or too old. The Atonement Money How very explicit—rather, how carefully God preserved the accuracy of the type! The Brazen Altar This, again, was in view gleaningd the journey which lay before them. But now we come again, as in the first plagues, to direct, positive influences”.
This judgment was directed against the possessions of the Egyptians.
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Moses at the Burning Bush No direction was given about putting the blood upon the threshold, for the reason that the blood was already there.
In the end they were obliged to acknowledge the hand of God. The effects were equally striking: From above hath He sent fire into My bones”. It emanated, most probably, from the Shekinah eoxdus. The spiritual meaning and application of this judgment is not difficult to perceive. They, too, will pijk to bow before the Lord, and publicly confess the supremacy of the Almighty. And when we see in that Deluge with its central figure, the ark of salvation, bearing within it the nucleus of the new world, the pregnant figure of how God has saved us and brought us in Christ into a new creation.
The Smitten Rock Israel at Sinai Just six in the O. The turning of the waters into blood was a solemn reminder of the “wages of sin”. eodus
The Tabernacle Door Doctrine of Election article. Their abounding numbers marked the severity of this judgment.
Their home is not here: It will be noted by the student that the words “of flies” are in italics, supplied by the translators, the word “swarms” being given for the original term.
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The Ark Continued This plague, coming on the top of the destruction of the cattle, seriously threatened the food-supplies of Egypt.
What was this but the ib of the Lord acknowledging that it was ” the finger of God ” as He wrote in the dust! Only by a most minute comparison of the statements in each of the four Gospels can we discover the fact that the Lord Jesus died “between the evenings” of the fourteenth and fifteenth of Nisan.
Hardly a single vital phase of the Cross, either artbur its nature or its blessed results, but what is typified here.
So it is with Christians as they pass through this world. This initial judgment from the Lord consisted of the turning of the waters into blood.
He was warm and positive, yet bold and unequivocal. Thus it is with the Prince of this world.
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Here too the rod, which in the last three, had not been seen, appears again,—a thing gleaninggs the typical meaning alone, as it would seem, accounts for. God could only be satisfied with that which glorified Him. The Vestments of the Priests All he can do is to multiply wickedness.