Jennie's Chat Room Life Principles from the Old Testament | SPRING 2020

Welcome to our VIRTUAL online classroom! Keep this page OPEN during class so you can refer to it along the way!

Enter the Zoom Room


If you aren't able to get in our room, go to www.zoom.us/join and punch in the following:

Meeting ID: 91612278593 ...  wait for Jennie to let you into the room!

Give thanks to the Lord for his love endures forever!

Ground Rules

9:45 - Zoom Room opens--if you get here early, you can chat and get used to all the buttons! Note that if you click the "grid" icon at the upper left corner of this black screen, you will be able to see ALL FACES on one screen. YAY!

GROUND RULES to help us graciously maneuver the online class

When NOT speaking, you can MUTE your button at the lower left corner. If you need to STEP AWAY, go ahead mute us, and come and go as you please!

If you have a QUESTION or COMMENT, raise your hand or wave in front of the camera so the host will call on you--that will make it easier so we won't be talking over each other!

If you want to CHAT with one another, click the chat bubble at the bottom of the screen and you will see along the right, a chat screen allowing you all to speak to EVERYONE or privately to an individual--just like a regular TEXT chat.

Today's Agenda

9:30 am - WORSHIP

Watch the weekly video on our home page

9:45 am - Join our Zoom meeting

(You may join earlier to socialize if you wish!)

10:00 am - Class begins

11:30 am - END

Something to Ponder

What did you struggle with the most this week? What did you learn about yourself this week?



In the example of Moses we see a man chosen by God to bring redemption to His people after a period of being enslaved in Egypt. Moses’ life can be broken down into 3, 40 year sections.

The First 40 years – Moses is saved as a baby, and raised under Pharaohs roof, with all the benefits of health, wealth, and education. In Ex chapter 1 – we see Moses is a man of action – with a bit of a hot temper (he kills the slave driver). Sometimes we rightly respond to injustice, with the wrong solution.

God’s timing – not ours!

I like the stmt on page 13 of our books:

“Often the things we have – gifts, talents, strength, or abilities – are not useful to God until we give Him possession of them”.

In the next 40 years we see Moses hide out in the mountains where he works as a shepherd, marries and has a child.

What do you imagine that he would have learned while being a shepherd?

In the last 40 years, God calls out to Moses from a burning bush. He calls Moses to go back to Egypt, & to lead God’s people out of slavery. God gives him instructions about what will happen, and what Moses should do. In his response we see some humility, and insecurity.. He pleads for help and God says that his brother Aaron will help.

In this 3rd stage of his life, Moses practiced being an effective leader, he was totally dependent on the grace of God. God gives Moses the 10 commandments, the law, instructions about how to build the Tabernacle, and continues to instruct him, while assuring him of His presence. Moses appeals to God many times on behalf of the Israelites, he meets with God regularly, face to face.

Our book calls this season ‘Practicing the presence of God’.

And yet – the consequence of sin will still be evident for Moses and the Promise Land.

Here are some sections to consider:

After Moses left with his family, on the journey: Read Ex 4:24-26 What is happening here?
What was the significance of the plagues and how they related to the Egyptian culture at the time?
What is the purpose of the Tabernacle?
What does it mean that God met with Moses ‘face to face’? Ex 33:11
At the top of page 116 in our books – what is the description of Faith?

What was your ‘wow’ take away for this weeks lesson.

The Lord is near to all; to all who call on him in truth.

PSALM 145:18

Starting today, I will resolve to ....

ForNext Week



Love you gals... Jennie

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.

Hebrews 10:24-25

ABOUT THIS CLASS: I love hearing other people’s stories of how they came to know Jesus. Through this study we will be looking at several of the Men throughout the Old Testament including Noah, Abraham, Jacob & Moses, just to name a few. We will discover just how they came into fellowship with God, what was happening in the time that they lived, and how God used them to grow His Kingdom by pointing the way to Jesus. I am excited to dig into the Old Testament, while learning the relevance it still has today in our walk with God.

Created By
Elaine Yamasaki


Created with images by Evie S. - "This is not a photoshopped image - I arrange these florals on multiple layers of glass and then photograph them on a white background." • Hian Oliveira - "untitled image" • Briana Tozour - "Best friends- not saying a word-because the beauty of the sunrise says enough."