Nicole Love Halbrooks Vaughn : Devotions From Exodus Part One

Devotions From Exodus Part One

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Tate Publishing

Publication Date

October 1, 2013



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Are you a Christian that desires to go deeper in your devotional life with Christ? Nicole Vaughn's devotional series offers much more than most devotional books out today. Devotions From Genesis, and now Devotions From Exodus Part One, can take the once casual Bible reader into a richer understanding of the Scriptures. This devotional series takes you past--the feel good devotions that can be read in two or three minutes. It takes you into a soul-searching experience. It is meant to lead you to hunger and thirst for more of the Word of God as we approach our Lord's return. Devotions From Genesis took you from creation to the bondage of the children of Israel. Devotions From Exodus Part One will take you from the bondage of the children of Israel to their freedom. The children of Israel were set free from their bondage in Egypt, and they had to learn how to live in this new freedom. As you study through these first twenty chapters of Exodus, you will see that after God delivered the children of Israel out of Egypt, he still had to get Egypt out of them. Our deliverance in Christ is no different. God delivers us from the world, but he still has to get the world out of us. We, like the Israelites, are learning to live in this freedom.

Editorial Reviews

In her second devotional book, Devotions from Exodus, Nicole Halbrooks Vaughn has once
again provided readers with a rich devotional
experience. This study of Exodus is filled with
details that make the story of Moses come
alive. In each devotional, Vaughn begins with
the Bible story and background, then draws
a—usually convicting—connection between
the story and the reader. Ending with a sample
prayer, the devotions make the book of Exodus
not just an interesting historical study, but a
book that speaks directly to all of us. If you ever
wonder what relevance the Old Testament has
to your life, just read this book. Your questions
will be answered.

—Dr. Martine Bates Sharp
Media Reviewer, The Alabama Baptist

As Nicole states, “How blind I was to my chains.
Now that I see, I know that there is only one
who is worthy of my hands being lifted to in
praise....the one true Living God.” This is the
heart of our own journey from the Egypt of sin
and disobedience, into the Promised Land of a
holy life that is only found in Christ, through
His Spirit. Like the Israelites, we were slaves
to the “pharaohs” of this world, unwilling to acknowledge God or respect Him. But through
His Son, Jesus (our Moses), we have been
delivered! How can we help but praise Him,
the one who made a way for our deliverance
just as He did for the Israelites? He is the same
God - unchanged and unaltered – as the God
who spoke to Moses and declared His plan to
deliver the Israelites. I invite anyone to take this journey from the land of discouragement
and slavery to sin into the joys of His Promised
Land... and you will find a deeper walk with
the one true Living God worthy of our highest

—Rev. Michele Melton
Children’s Pastor
Hartselle Church of the Nazarene

The writings of Devotions from Exodus allow
us to get a glimpse into who Nicole Vaughn is
as we see the life of Moses. As Moses, I have
watched this amazing writer as she has allowed
God to grow her and use her in everything she
does for Him. These devotions have such depth
yet so real in how we all struggle everyday
between who we see us to be and what God
intends for us to be in Him. Nicole Vaughn has
so beautifully taken the Old Testament Book
of Exodus and woven the New Testament teachings with life today to create amazing
devotions that will help us become all God
intends us to be.

—Sue Fallin
Author of Gathering Manna: Finding God’s
Grace in Life’s Wilderness
Founder of Gathering Manna Ministries

We are privileged that Nicole Vaughn serves
as Children’s Ministry Director at the Shiloh
Baptist Church. Nicole has shown herself to
have keen insight and discernment concerning
the Scriptures. This is partly because of her
passion for the Word - not just as a student, but
as a researcher as well. Her perceptiveness and acumen regarding
Biblical truth and devotional application of
books of the Bible as I have observed them
move me to heartily recommend her work for
your reading and edification.

—Dr Charles Owens
Founder and President of
First Word Ministries
Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church
Somerville, Alabama

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