You must RELEASE the good and bad issues of your soul into the Hands of God in order to receive the INCREASE He has promised and prepared for you!
This morning I'd like to begin with verse I think all of us can appreciate. 24 The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; 26 the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. Doesn't that sound wonderful! God as the creator shines…
Paulo Santos • Sermon • • 503 views
Exodus 1:6-21 Subject: The pattern of fear of God from Joseph and the Hebrew Midwives Homiletical idea: Even slaves, our fear of God can save thousands Intro: The role of the midwives (covelhête in Arabic) is key in remote countries where there is no physician to assist pregnant moms. Midwives become…
Intro God gave us life and existence and created us in His image. We sinned against God and therefore don’t deserve the life that He gave us and so the consequence of sin is death. Death is the absence of life and God is life therefore the consequence of sin is the eternal separation from God. From the…
Redemption: How Jesus Frees Us
The Exodus is the defining act of salvation in the Old Testament, pointing forward to Jesus’ work of redemption on the cross where he delivers, ransoms, and renews his people. Like the Israelites in Egypt, we are living in enemy territory under a taskmaster who afflicts us. Afflicion is any problem or condition that produces suffering or pain. This includes things out of our control and things we’ve sinfully and/or foolishly chosen. Additionally religion is a major source of affliction for many Christians. But Jesus sees us and knows our affliction, and he ultimately rescues those who trust him.
Redemption: How Jesus Frees Us
The hero of the Exodus is Jesus. But this week we're introduced to the secondary hero, Moses. Moses was born into a climate of great affliction and oppression towards God's people. In the face of affliction, trust Jesus. He's always working his plan—even in the midst of our failure. God's plan was for Moses to deliver his people, and his plan continued even after Moses became a murderer and fled for his life. We see that God is always working his plan, even in the midst of our failure, and even
Andre Alves-Areias • Sermon • • 27 views • 21:31
Introduction This evening we start a new series on the life of Moses. I’m quite excited about this series as there’s so much we can learn about his life and about the story of the Exodus and God’s deliverance and his protection and the fact that God remembers his people and the promise he has made with…
Following Moses, Finding Jesus
Are we okay with God being in control? Control of our church, our families, our lives? What about when oppression, tragedy and injustice occurs? And God doesn't immediately come to the rescue. Is God still in control? Are we okay with that? Today, we begin a new series, "Following Moses, Finding Jesus" completing an overview of the Exodus account and how it points to the greater Gospel story.
Exodus covers a period of nearly 431 years from the going of the family of Jacob into Egypt, their servitude of 400 years, their redemption out of Egypt, the giving of the law and instructions for the tabernacle at Mount Sinai together with its construction and God’s dwelling therein among His people.…
Stories of Liberation and Slavery
At the Community Church of Pine Run, we believe that God reveals Himself so that we can KNOW Him, LOVE Him & LIVE fully alive in Him. Our desire is to be a Biblical Community of Faith; DISCIPLES, WORSHIPERS, & STEWARDS of Christ’s Kingdom. Our focus is on helping individuals to LOVE GOD, to STRENGTHEN their FAMILY, & to TRANSFORM their COMMUNITY.
Welcome... Introduce self... Pray... Heavenly Father, we worship you this morning for you sovereign power and immeasurable goodness. We thank you for being with us through all our hurt and brokenness. Please open our ears and our hearts to your word this morning. Please give me grace as I deliver the…