Sermons on Exodus
The LORD brings His people on a journey to a special place in order to invite them into a special relationship. What will you say?
How does God’s Word get to God’s people? We need a mediator to represent us to God and make God known to us. We also need appointed men of character to bring God’s Word to bear into the complicated circumstances of life as they arise.
Through our story of what God has done, the outsider is drawn in like a moth to the light.
There is hope in the fight – because Jesus has His hands up.
This story is here for us a BAD example NOT to follow. Don’t do what they did! Don’t ignore the LORD’s track record Don’t accuse the LORD of leaving
Along the journey to destination rest, the LORD gives His people pitstops to enjoy the promised land now… A day that’s Different Devoted Delightful
On their journey from the Red Sea to Mt Sinai, the Lord is teaching His saved people some very basic lessons… Grumbling from the LORD Bread from the LORD Will we rely on God to give us what we need, when we need it?
The LORD who saves His people sometimes choose to take them through trying times – to test their trust. The people’s BIG problem The LORD’s amazing provision The LORD’s wonderful promise
As we launch into a new series in Exodus, here’s A great request A great response
Singing stirs God’s redeemed people to praise Him for all that He’s done, and trust Him for all that’s to come. CHORUS: Reason for singingVERSE 1: Who the LORD isVERSE 2: What the LORD has doneBRIDGE: Who is like you?VERSE 3: What the LORD will do So sing!