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Wonder -- Exodus 15:1-11, 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
By Ross Marrs


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In Eyewitness to History John... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C -- 1995
In Eyewitness to History John Carey offers a collection of reports from individuals who recorded inc
In 1954 Roger Banister was... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C -- 1995
In 1954 Roger Banister was the first person on record ever to break the four-minute mile, as he comp
In 1864 Sir Edward John... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C -- 1995
In 1864 Sir Edward John Poynter engraved the triumphant scene of rejoicing following the Exodus.
One of the things we... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C -- 1995
One of the things we may or may not especially enjoy about children is the way they enjoy having a g
Paul Valery wrote, Two dangers... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
Paul Valery wrote, "Two dangers constantly threaten the world: order and disorder." We are familiar
An individual may not be... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
An individual may not be advancing in his job or he may be bypassed for a promotion, and he asks, "W
One of the natural outpourings... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
One of the natural outpourings of human joy and hope is that of music.
The Jews celebrate Passover and... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
The Jews celebrate Passover and remember the escape from Egypt.
So long as there are... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
So long as there are homes to which men turn
At the close of day;
Many authorities date this song... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
Many authorities date this song of victory as one of the most ancient portions of the Bible.
These verses record the song... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
These verses record the song of Israel in the Lord's triumph over their enemies.
Several years ago our television... -- Exodus 15:1-11 -- Easter Day - C
Several years ago our television screen resounded to the glorious music of the "Hallelujah Chorus" i



EASTER DAY -- Exodus 15:1-11, 1 Corinthians 15:1-11, John 20:1-18 -- Heth H. Corl -- Easter Day - C -- 1976
First Lesson: Exodus 15:1-11
Theme: Jubilation over deliverance from death to life

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