Glen Waverley Anglican Church

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May 31, 2018

In today’s passage we see a similar pattern repeat itself three times. In times of pressure and difficulty in our world and in our churches we often see a similar pattern. The pattern has four key parts; a statement or question of some sort, a reaction, an expression o...

May 30, 2018

“Please send someone else”. These four words often stand out when I read this passage, perhaps because it is so easy for us to associate with that feeling. It’s an extension of Moses’ ‘Why me?’ from yesterday’s reading.

Moses is still standing in front of that miraculou...

May 29, 2018

I love the image of the wilderness in book of Exodus. It paints a picture of those places far away, the ones that have no life and feel dry and barren, yet in Exodus God is always present in those places.

In today’s passage God gets Moses’ attention through the burning...

May 28, 2018

Have you ever felt that God was not there? A period of your life that was so dark, or hard that you cried out, ‘God where are you?’. I think many of us have had those moments.

As we read the initial section of this passage (v1-22) God is not mentioned. It could simply b...

May 27, 2018

The book of exodus opens highlighting the faithfulness of God, in both the big things and in the little things. We see that God is faithful to his promises, and faithful to those who revere him and surrender themselves to follow him.

In Genesis we see God promise Abraha...

May 25, 2018

Several years ago, I had the privilege of travelling to the Holy Land.  As we journeyed through the towns,   I heard and reflected on the stories of Jesus.  I was in awe that this was where Jesus lived and walked.  And I was also grateful for my Sunday school teachers...