Marguerite Shuster

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"You, Moses!"

God's unexpected interruptions lead to his burning call

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I. A long beginning

II. An unexpected interruption

III. An un-reassuring assurance

IV. A burning call

Dr. Marguerite Shuster is Senior Professor of Preaching and Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and the Harold John Ockenga Professor Emerita of Preaching and Theology.

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Peter Milner

April 24, 2014  3:23am

Well thought out and inspiring message, thank you.

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David Hood

April 21, 2014  11:47am

Isn't it wonderful that God calls us to do implausible, even impossible things that require His grace, so that He will receive the glory, and we receive the incredible joy of His having used us in our weakness to accomplish them.

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