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First Sunday of Advent Message on Psalm 2 by Eddie Brown
Sermon from Exodus 6:1-13 Moses was called by God to go before Pharaoh and lead the Israelites out of Egypt. After declaring God’s plans to Pharaoh, the Israelites predicament worsens- they are forced to make bricks without straw. Moses finds himself opposed by Pharaoh and opposed by his own people. Often in our lives, things…
Exodus chapter five- Moses and Aaron go to Pharaoh and tell him to let God’s people go. Pharaoh refuses to listen and makes life harder for the Israelites. The Israelite foreman complain to Pharaoh and to Moses. Moses becomes dejected and cries out to the LORD. How do you respond when you seek to obey…
Today we baptized three people who have committed to follow Jesus. Baptism is a sign of the new covenant, which Jesus commanded his disciples to follow. It is a celebration of the work of God in someone’s life- granting salvation by grace through faith.
Text: Exodus 4:10-31 Moses gives God several excuses, but God graciously removes them. Moses continues in trust and obedience, with a lot to learn along the way. Zipporah intervenes because of Moses’ neglect to follow God’s command.
From Exodus 3, we see that Moses followed God’s call, by first responding “Here I am.” Despite several excuses, failures, and sins, God used Moses in a to lead God’s people. God can do the same in your life as you seek to serve Him. Remember that God is the one who strengthens and equips…
How does God tell us to live in the midst of a pagan culture? Seek the welfare (peace-shalom) of the city. Be involved in your community- seek the Lord on behalf of your city.
Exodus chapter 2
Exodus Chapter 1
God graciously preserves His people in miraculous and mysterious ways. Even when it seems the messianic line of promised offspring is threatened, God sovereignly directs events to display his glorious plan of salvation.