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Just like Pharaoh, we think if we ignore something for long enough, it will eventually go away. But just like this doesn’t work in today’s world, it doesn’t work with God’s Word! Let’s find out what happened when Pharaoh tried to ignore God.View Sermon
So far, Moses has had a tough time trying to get his plans to work out. He went into exile after committing murder, leaving a life of luxury, only to meet with God and get tasked with an intimidating mission to challenge Pharoah. Like him, we often find ourselves out of our depth while trying to fix our mistakes, but even though our plans don’t always work out, we can rest knowing that God’s plans will prevail. All we need to do is have faith.View Sermon
Like most things in life, for things to get better, it sometimes needs to get worse.
In today’s sermon, we learn that when God delivers His People and steps in to rescue us, it might become more uncomfortable, not less. And this is when we need to have faith in His plan.
We are all really good at making excuses for things that we don’t want to do. But, just like Moses in today’s sermon, we do not have a valid excuse to say no to God because as He has given us, His children, everything we need through the Holy Spirit to do His work.View Sermon
When we think of the world today we may think of the beauty and occasional unity but also the dangers and many other challenges. Exodus 3 reminds us that, like the Israelites, we are God’s chosen people who were held captive without any way to escape. But God chose to rescue us and now tasks us with the mission to share the Word to help rescue His people from captivity through His Son who He sent to save us.View Sermon
In the popular view of general society, Christianity has moved from being seen as a moral compass to, actually being considered an obstacle to society.
In the first talk of this series, hear how today’s situation is reminiscent of ancient Israel’s history in Egypt. Listen to how God wants his people to respond today.
We are living in an critical age where people are quick to criticize everyone and everything. Christians, in particular, are often on receiving end of unwarranted criticism from friends and strangers who are offended by the importance of the Cross.
In this passage, Paul teaches us valuable lessons that we can apply to help us in dealing with criticisms of our faith and how we can respond in a Christlike manner.