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The waters of Marah sweetned

Mason, John

The waters of Marah sweetned

A sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Clare Wittewronge, eldest daughter to Joseph Alston Esq; and late wife to John Wittewronge Esq;: who was interred at Stantonbury in the county of Bucks. Octob. 22. 1669. By Mr. John Mason, minister

by Mason, John

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Published by printed by John Macock in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wittewrong, Clare, -- 1644 or 5-1669 -- Early works to 1800,
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Hebrews IX, 27-28 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800,
  • Funeral sermons -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1798:9
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination39, [1] p
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15413740M

      Marah (bitterness), a place which lay in the wilderness of Shur or Etham, three days journey distant, (Exodus ; Numbers ) from the place at which the Israelites crossed the Red Sea, and where was a spring of bitter water, sweetened subsequently by the casting in of a tree which "the Lord showed" to h, distant 16 1/2 hours (47 miles) from Ayoun Mousa, the Israelites' first The Waters of Marah and Elim - Then Moses led Israel from the Red Sea and they went into the Desert of Shur. For three days they traveled in the desert without finding water. When they came to Marah, they could not drink its water because it was bitter. (That is why the place is called Marah.) So the people grumbled against Moses, saying, “What are we to drink?” Then Moses cried out to the ?search=Exodus+&version=NIV.

    Marah» The first station of the israelites, where moses made the bitter waters sweet Exodus Then Moses led Israel from the Red Sea, and they went out into the wilderness of Shur; and they went three days in the wilderness and found no :// The Superior Word is a bible believing Church. Exodus The Sweetened Waters. For every sermon, one must think up an introduction a little piece of information to make a smooth transition from the previous events of the day into the sermon

      The distance from the Bitter Lakes to Ayun Musa is approximately 23 miles from the southernmost shore of the Little Bitter Lake. By camel caravan this would be about a 10 hour ride, said caravan averaging roughly 2 1/2 miles an hour, or a day's journey (S. C. Bartlett in stated he was in the saddle of his camel for 10 hrs. upon reaching camp at 7 p.m. at Wady Gharandel from Wady Sudr EDULCORATOR: A BRIEF ESSAY ON THE WATERS OF MARAH SWEETENED: WITH A REMARKABLE RELATION OF THE DEPORABLE [SIC] OCCASION AFFORDED FOR IT, IN THE PRAEMATURE DEATH OF CAPTAIN JOSIAH WINSLOW, WHO (WITH SEVERAL Gale Ecco, Sabin Americana, United States, Paperback. Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book


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Call the well by another name; forget Marah, and remember Jehovah Rophi, the Lord that healeth both thee and the waters. Record the mercy rather than the sorrow, and give thanks unto the Most High.

Now, in closing, somebody will say, "This is a very curious missionary sermon."org/spurgeon/sermons/htm. Today let’s focus on a Bible miracle from the book of Exodus: The Miracle of the Sweetening of the Waters of Marah (Exodus ) After they passed through the Red Sea, God’s people traveled 3 more days into the wilderness but found no water.

Let’s see what The waters of Marah sweetned: a sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Clare Wittewronge, eldest daughter to Joseph Alston Esq ; and late wife to John Wittewronge Esq: who was interred at Stantonbury in the county of Bucks. Octob. By Mr. John Mason, ://   David Miller was born in Melbourne, Australia, inand has lived in London, England, since His recent publications include THE WATERS OF MARAH (Singing Horse Press, / Shearsman Books, ), The Dorothy and Benno Stories (Reality Street Editions, ), and IN THE SHOP OF NOTHING: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS (Harbor Mountain Press, ) › Books › Literature & Fiction › Short Stories & Anthologies.

This event at the waters of Marah is also mentioned Numbers –9. Marah or Mara is referenced again in a different context in the book of Ruth.

When Naomi and her daughter-in-law Ruth, both widowed, traveled back to Naomi’s homeland of Israel, the women of Communion: The Sweetened Waters of Marah. C Additional Products on the Subject: Introduction to Communion by Dr.

Gene Scott, Ph.D. 87 pages. (Book Sold Separately) Waters of Marah book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A woman looking for love finds the greatest love of allGloria Bickf A Sermon (No. ) Delivered On Lord's-day Morning, April 23rd,by C.

SPURGEON, At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington "And when they came to Marah, they could not drink of the waters of Marah for they were bitter: therefore the name of it was called :// Exodus New International Version (NIV) The Waters of Marah and Elim. 22 Then Moses led Israel from the Red Sea and they went into the Desert of Shur.

For three days they traveled in the desert without finding water. 23 When they came to Marah, they could not drink its water because it was bitter. (That is why the place is called ://?search=Exodus &version=NIV. The Waters of Marah 22 Then Moses led Israel from the Red Sea, and they went out into the Desert of Shur.

For three days they walked in the desert without finding water. 23 And when they came to Marah, they could not drink the water there because it was bitter.

(That is why it was named Marah.) 24 So the people grumbled against Moses, saying, “What are we to drink?”   You remember the waters of Marah. Israel had been liberated from Egypt and was trekking through the deserts of Sinai on their way the Promised Land.

They were tired and thirsty, and after three days in the wilderness they came to a place they later called Marah, “and when they came to Marah, they could not drink the waters of Marah, for they 23 Then they came to Marah, but they were not able to drink the waters of Marah, because they were bitter.

(That is why its name was Marah.) 24 So the people murmured against Moses, saying, "What can we drink?" 25 He cried out to the LORD, and the LORD showed him a tree. When Moses threw it into the water, the water became safe to :// An illustration of an open book.

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19th cent. fiction. Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search archived web sites Advanced Search 22 Moses led Israel onward from the Red Sea, and they went out into the wilderness of Shur; and they went three days in the wilderness, and found no water.

23 When they came to Marah, they couldn’t drink from the waters of Marah, for they were bitter. Therefore its name was called Marah. * 24 The people murmured against Moses, saying, “What shall we drink?” 25 Then he cried to the :// Waters of Marah sweetned: Responsibility: by T.B.

Master of Arts, and a minister of the gospel in that county. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "The vvaters of Marah sweetned.: a thanks-giving sermon. Preached at Taunton, in the county of Somerset, May for the gracious deliverance of that poore towne from the As a result non-Greeks, Orthodox and otherwise, are often unaware of their labors and influence.

The relevant chapter in _The Waters of Marah_ is an important corrective. The book bears some comparison to Patrick Leigh Fermor's _Roumeli: Travels in Northern Greece_, especially in its description of the monasteries of Meteora at their :// Rev.

Reggie Kimbro has been the minister of Grace Free Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina since He has written a book on the subject of Dispensationalism titled "The Gospel According to Dispensationalism".?SID= The Waters of Marah and Elim.

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To recap briefly, the Jews arrive thirsty at Marah and cannot drink because the waters are bitter. “Vayorehu Hashem etz” — God instructs Moses to take a certain wood and throw it in the water: the waters are sweetened (Exodus ). The Midrash offers several opinions as to the nature of the wood utilized by Moses to provoke such a ://.

There are a couple of stories in the Bible about bitter water. Today I am going to discuss the bitter waters of Marah found in Exodus This story takes place during the time when the Israelites were wandering around the desert. Moses and the Israelites were looking for   (obsolete) A lucky omen.

A gift given at New Year, or at the start of some enterprise or new situation, meant to ensure good luck.Thomas Fuller, Church-History of Britain their first good handsel of breath in this worldRobert Herrick, Hesperides Our present tears here, not our present laughter, / Are but the handsels of our joys Throughout the night, God keeps His angel and His Pillar of Cloud between the Israelite camp and the Egyptians.

Moses holds his staff over the waters, and God sends a great wind to blow over the sea. The waters part, allowing the Israelites to safely cross on dry land. When the Egyptians move to cross [ ]