Due to the Coronavirus, the Strasburg church of Christ will not conduct services for the next two weeks beginning Sunday, March 22, 2020. We did not want to do this, but, to keep everyone safe from the virus, we made this decision. We want everyone to be alive and well to continue worshipping and serving God in the future. You may listen to the services of the Front Royal Church of Christ here
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Saturday April 11, 2020
With Ladies Bible Class Sunday 9:45 AM
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Due to the Coronavirus, the Strasburg church of Christ will not conduct services until further notice. We did not want to do this, but, to keep everyone safe from the virus, we made this decision. We want everyone to be alive and well to continue worshipping and serving God in the future. You may listen to the services of the Front Royal Church of Christ here
Early Exodus describes the departure of the children of Israel from Egyptian bondage. That only happened after a series of ten plagues upon the people of Egypt finally broke the strong will of the Egyptian Pharaoh and he finally let the people go. In his description of the second plague in which all of the water of Egypt was turned to blood and the people had nothing to drink (Ex. 8:1-16), Pharoah makes a curious statement that will serve as the basis of this article. That statement is found in one word, which has been spoken millions of times, again, to say the least, curiously since that time - "tomorrow."
Please read Exodus 8:1-16). When Pharoah still refused to let the Israelites go after the plaque of the water turned to blood, the Lord inflicted the second plague upon Egypt. This time, it was the plague of frogs. Unless you live in an area such as Florida given to frequent summer showers, where numerous puddles are the home of abundant tadpoles, you may not be able to relate to anything that comes remotely close to such a frog plague. The adult frogs stick to your windows, hang out around door frames and get squashed when you close the door. I even had one live behind my microwave for a few days. Though annoying, that was a far smaller "plague" than the one put on Egypt!
When Shall I Intercede for You That the Frogs Be Removed?
In Exodus 8:8 (NKJV), Pharaoh called for Moses and said,
"Intreat the Lord, that he may take away the frogs from me, and from my people; and I will let the people go, that they may do sacrifice unto the Lord."