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Donuts and Devos shares the truth, joy, and love of God’s Word with kids and their families.

Donuts and Devos shares the truth, joy, and love of God’s Word with kids and their families.


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Donuts and Devos shares the truth, joy, and love of God’s Word with kids and their families.




Water From A Rock | Ep. 062

What, now they're complaining about being thirsty? Here's a tip: ask God for water! He will provide! But instead, the Israelites grumbled and quarreled against Moses and God, bemoaning their terrible "fate" and accusing God of abandoning them. Oh ye of little faith! God does provide, despite the unbelief of His people and brings forth water from a rock. He also gives us Jesus, the Bread and Water of Life. And Moses said, "Why do you quarrel with me? Why do you test the Lord?"Exodus 17:2...


It’s Raining Manna From Heaven! | Ep. 061

It had been over a month since the Exodus and the crossing of the Red Sea. Moses is leading the people to Mt. Sinai through the wilderness. There’s not much food in the wilderness, especially for the large number of Israelites! They begin grumbling and complaining, instead of asking God for food. But the Lord provided for them. The Lord gives His people bread in the morning. It came down from heaven and covered the land like a blanket of frost - manna from heaven! Come near before the Lord,...


The Song of Moses | Ep. 060

The crossing of the Red Sea was a triumphant victory of God against Pharaoh and the Egyptians. God defeated them, saving His people. So it was only natural for Moses to be inspired to sing out in praise and worship to God, declaring God's victory! This is the first song recorded in the Bible. It’s a divinely inspired song; Moses didn’t write it down and then sing it. It came to him as he sang. "The Lord God is my strength and my song, and He has become my salvation."Exodus 15:2a Songs Most...


Crossing The Red Sea “Part 2” | Ep. 059

God saved His people as they fleed Egypt. He showed them His salvation while they stood by and watched. Israel was powerless to save themselves – they faced certain slavery or death at the hands of the Egyptian army as they were beside the Red Sea. But salvation didn’t come to them by anything THEY did – only God had the power to save them. And He did! Thus the Lord saved Israel from the hand of the Egyptians...Exodus 14:30 Support The Show Please prayerfully consider supporting our ministry...


Crossing The Red Sea “Part 1” | Ep. 058

God was leading the Israelites out of Egypt and to the land that He had promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This is where they would live with God in peace and rest and safety. And they wouldn’t be slaves anymore, but people of God’s household. But it wasn't an easy journey. God led them into the wilderness and guided them with a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night. But once again, Pharaoh's heart was hardened and he chases after his lost slave force. The pillar of cloud...


The Exodus | Ep. 057

The Israelites were trapped in Egypt for 430 years. Most of that time was spent in bondage, in slavery. After the final plague, Pharaoh finally let them go. The Israelites, foreign people, and even some Egyptians left Egypt in a mass exodus and God saved them all. And the Lord had given the people favor in the sight of the Egyptians, so that they let them have what they asked.Exodus 12:36 Support the Show Please prayerfully consider supporting our ministry at...


The Final Plague of Egypt | Ep. 056

God told Moses and Aaron what they would need to do to protect the Israelites from the final plague – the death of the firstborn son throughout the entire land of Egypt. These instructions marked the beginning of a new year for the people, a time that from then on was called the Passover. Our Bible reading is from Exodus 12:21-32. And there was a great cry in Egypt, for there was not a house where someone was dead.Exodus 12:30b A statute is a law or decree made by a sovereign or government...


Passing Over God’s People | Ep. 055

The land of Egypt is devastated from the nine plagues that God sent after Pharaoh's unbelief and hardened heart, God threatens one more final plague - the death of every firstborn male. Except for the Iraelites - the angel of death will "pass over" them by the protection of a lamb's blood. Our Bible reading is from Exodus 11 and 12. "And when I see the blood, I will pass over you and no plague shall befall you to destroy you."Exodus 12:13 Passover God gave His people a way of salvation from...


The Plagues of Egypt | Ep. 054

Pharaoh’s heart was hardened against God, which meant that he was rejecting God. God unleashed His judgment on Egypt, giving Pharaoh chance after chance to listen and obey. God didn’t want the people to suffer. He didn’t want Pharaoh to suffer. God was trying to show Pharaoh that He was the true Lord. Our Bible readings over the 9 plagues come from selected verses in Exodus chapters 8-10. So the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, and he did not let the people of Israel go, just as the Lord had...


Staffs, Serpents and Signs | Ep. 053

God showed his power and supremacy over the wisdom and signs of the Egyptians. Nothing can stop the Lord from saving his people, Israel. Not Pharoah, not serpents, not even the devil. As Aaron's snake swallowed up the other snakes in front of Pharaoh, so will God conquer Satan, and swallow up evil and death forever, in the death and resurrection of Jesus for us. Our Bible reading is Exodus 7:1-13. The Egyptians shall know that I am the Lord, when I stretch out my hand against Egypt.Exodus...


God Promises Deliverance | Ep. 052

The people of Israel were still in slavery, their work made even harder by Pharaoh's decree to take their straw away. "Why, O Lord?" cried Moses as he once again questioned his ability to do as God commanded and lead the people out of Egypt. Yet, God knew what was going to happen and was ready to deliver and redeem His people with His outstretched arm. But the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron and gave them a charge about the people of Israel.Exodus 6:13 Support Our Show Please prayerfully...


Idle People: Making Bricks Without Straw | Ep. 051

The people of Israel were truly oppressed in Egypt. Things were getting worse and worse, and it became more and more clear that these people needed a savior. God sends Moses to take the people away from this place of hardship and oppression. The people were ready to leave – they wanted to be freed from their horrible treatment and all the hard work they had to do every day. But Pharaoh doesn’t want to let them go! And so he makes their workload even harder! Our Bible reading is from Exodus...


Moses Returns To Egypt | Ep. 050

Moses set out on the journey back to Egypt, as God instructed him to do. But God sought Moses' life because they hadn't kept the covenant with God - they weren't circumcised. Circumcision was one of the visible signs that God commanded His Old Testament people to do to every male as a reminder that they were God’s people. Did Moses escape God's anger? Who saved him? Our Bible reading is Exodus 4:18-31. "But I will harden his heart so he will not let the people go."Exodus 4:21b Circumcision...


Moses Resists God’s Call | Ep. 049

Moses was struggling to accept what God wanted him to do, which was return to Egypt and set the Israelites free from their slavery. In this conversation with Moses through the burning bush, God used the signs of turning the staff into a snake and Moses’ hand to show Moses his power. Our Bible reading is Exodus 4:1-17. “Now therefore go, and I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall speak.”Exodus 4:12 Signs from God God used signs in the Bible for various reasons. Sometimes signs...


A Burning Bush: God Calls Moses | Ep. 048

God had a plan to save his people, the Israelites, from their slavery in Egypt. He spoke to Moses through a burning bush and told Moses to go back to Egypt. God was sending Moses to bring the people out of Egypt to safety. But Moses said, "Who am I to do this?" Moses was reluctant to do what God told him to do. But God had come down to save His people, through great signs and wonders, and through Moses, to bring them to the promised land. Our Bible Reading is from Exodus 3:1-15. God said to...


Moses Runs Away | Ep. 047

God’s appointed leader of the Israelites, Moses, fled into the wilderness after killing an Egyptian man. He was being prepared by God to step in and deliver His people the Israelites from Egypt, from their slavery, and from their groaning. Our Bible Reading is from Exodus 2:11-25. God saw the people of Israel - and God knew.Exodus 2:25 An Omniscient Presence God knows everything and He sees everything too! God saw Moses when he killed the Egyptian. God saw his people when they were trapped...


Moses Is Born | Ep. 046

God's people were trapped in slavery by the Egyptians. Pharaoh had commanded the Egyptians to kill all the Hebrew baby boys, so God’s people started hiding their newborn babies to keep them safe. One mother carefully wove a basket for her son and sent him down the Nile River, hoping he would be taken care of. Help came in the most unlikely of people - Pharaoh's daughter! From baby boys being thrown into the river to the baby boy floating on top of the river, God sent a savior to His people....


What’s Happening in Egypt? | Ep. 045

In the beginning of Exodus, we have a new king in Egypt. It’s many years later after Joseph’s death, and this new Pharaoh didn’t know about Joseph. He forgot about what Joseph had done for Egypt. And the Israelites increased in number They got to be so many that the new Pharaoh was worried that the Egyptians would be taken over by the Israelites. They enslaved the Hebrews and the Egyptians were commanded to kill all the newborn baby boys. They had forgotten their history, but God had not...


God Brings Peace In Egypt | Ep. 044

We have made it all the way through our Journey through Genesis. Joseph's family is now settled in the land of Goshen and Israel is nearing the end of his life. He blesses his sons, as well as Joseph's two eldest sons. God promises the people of Israel will not live in Egypt forever, but will be brought back to the Promised Land. It’s peace in Egypt, and peace among God’s people, Israel. Our Bible Reading this week comes from selected verses from Genesis 48-50. "You meant evil against me,...


Joseph Takes Care of His Family | Ep. 043

Joseph is reunited with his brothers after many years apart. He sends his brothers back to Canaan to bring back his father and the rest of their family. The famine is so bad that Joseph will now take care of his family in Goshen, the land given to them by Pharaoh. Bible Reading Our Bible reading is from Genesis 45:13-46:7. We read how Joseph provided provisions to bring his father and family back to Egypt. God appeared to Israel again in a dream, telling him that He would be with Jacob and...