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The Power of Meekness
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Moses was very meek. Learning that meek does not mean weak, but strength under control; we learn that meekness in our lives means that we are living like Christ, learning the Word, correcting …

Moses was very meek. Learning that meek does not mean weak, but strength under control; we learn that meekness in our lives means that we are living like Christ, learning the Word, correcting correctly, and answering for our hope.

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  • Miriam and Aaron speak against Moses





  • Woman he married: Cushite





  • That woman, non-Israelite.





  • Jehovah spoken to us, too.





  • Moses thinks he’s so special.





  • “We have authority too”





  • V. 8: Jehovah: “Why not afraid to speak against?”

  • Jehovah was angry!





  • They were not merely gossiping, complaining, idle talk





  • It was sinful!

  • Miriam and Aaron speak against Moses





  • Woman he married: Cushite





  • That woman, non-Israelite.





  • Jehovah spoken to us, too.





  • Moses thinks he’s so special.





  • “We have authority too”





  • V. 8: Jehovah: “Why not afraid to speak against?”

  • Jehovah was angry!





  • They were not merely gossiping, complaining, idle talk





  • It was sinful!

  • Miriam and Aaron speak against Moses





  • Woman he married: Cushite





  • That woman, non-Israelite.





  • Jehovah spoken to us, too.





  • Moses thinks he’s so special.





  • “We have authority too”





  • V. 8: Jehovah: “Why not afraid to speak against?”

  • Jehovah was angry!





  • They were not merely gossiping, complaining, idle talk





  • It was sinful!

  • How do we tend to react to others who speak against us or our family?





  • Anger, hatred, lashing out, accusations





  • Defend wife against attacks





  • Denial, arguing





  • Hurt, wounded

  • Here is our struggle...





  • How do we react to unfair accusations; wicked people attacking us?





  • We need to be meek.







  • meek

  •    

  • 1. humbly patient or docile, as under provocation from others.





  • 2. overly submissive or compliant; spiritless; tame.





  • 3. Obsolete. gentle; kind.










  • The example of a horse:
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    • 1. The Victory Belongs to Jehovah The Power of Meekness Lessons from Moses
    • 2. Cushite woman!
    • 3. God speaks to us too!
    • 4. “Now the man Moses was very meek, more than all people who were on the face of the earth.” — Numbers 12.3
    • 5. “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” — Matthew 5.5
    • 6. What does MEEK mean?
    • 7. What does MEEK mean? English: overly submissive or compliant; spiritless; tame. — Dictionary.com
    • 8. What does MEEK mean? Hebrew: Poor, humble, afflicted, meek — Brown, Driver, Briggs
    • 9. What does MEEK mean? Greek: Gentleness, mildness, meekness — Thayer
    • 10. What does MEEK mean? Greek: Strength and gentleness perfectly combined — Barclay
    • 11. What does MEEK mean?
    • 12. What does MEEK mean?
    • 13. What does MEEK mean?
    • 14. What does MEEK mean?
    • 15. What does MEEK mean?
    • 16. What does MEEK mean?
    • 17. What does MEEK mean?
    • 18. What does MEEK mean?
    • 19. What does MEEK mean? Strength under control.
    • 20. Psalm 37
    • 21. The adversary Psalm 37
    • 22. The danger Psalm 37
    • 23. The Fret danger Psalm 37
    • 24. The Envy danger Psalm 37
    • 25. The Anger danger Psalm 37
    • 26. The Wrath danger Psalm 37
    • 27. Psalm 37
    • 28. The Psalm 37 meek
    • 29. Jehovah The Psalm 37 meek
    • 30. Jehovah Trust The Psalm 37 meek
    • 31. Jehovah Do good The Psalm 37 meek
    • 32. Jehovah Faithful The Psalm 37 meek
    • 33. Jehovah Delight The Psalm 37 meek
    • 34. Jehovah Commit The Psalm 37 meek
    • 35. Jehovah Be Still The Psalm 37 meek
    • 36. Jehovah Wait The Psalm 37 meek
    • 37. Jehovah Peace The Psalm 37 meek
    • 38. Psalm 37
    • 39. Jehovah Psalm 37
    • 40. Jehovah Psalm 37
    • 41. Jehovah Fade and wither Psalm 37
    • 42. Jehovah Give desires of heart Psalm 37
    • 43. Jehovah He will act Psalm 37
    • 44. Jehovah Righteousness Psalm 37
    • 45. Jehovah Justice Psalm 37
    • 46. Jehovah Cut off Psalm 37
    • 47. Jehovah Inherit the Cut off land Psalm 37
    • 48. Jehovah No more Psalm 37
    • 49. Jehovah Laughs Psalm 37
    • 50. W ha td id M os es do ?
    • 51. nothing
    • 52. Jehovah
    • 53. Jehovah Trust
    • 54. “Why then were you not afraid to speak against My servant Moses?”
    • 55. “Why then were you not afraid to speak against My servant Moses?”
    • 56. O God, please heal her —please.
    • 57. We must be meek.
    • 58. We must be meek.
    • 59. We must be meek.
    • 60. We must be meek.
    • 61. We must be meek.
    • 62. We must be meek.
    • 63. We must be meek.
    • 64. “Commit your way to Jehovah; trust in Him and He will act. He will bring forth your righteousness as the light, and your justice as the noonday.” —Psalm 37.5-6
    • 65. Compiled and Presented by: The Victory Belongs to the Lord Dave Stewart 21 December, 2008 Las Cruces, NM #14 www.churchofchristmiranda.com The Power of Meekness Lessons from Moses Synopsis: Moses was very meek. Learning that meek does not mean weak, but strength under control; we learn that meekness in our lives means that we are living like Christ, learning the Word, correcting correctly, and answering for our hope. quot;Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a division of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.” “Let all that you do be done with love.”

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