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Introduction: Exodus 12 is one of those incredible passages that the Bible contains. I personally believe that this chapter is one of those passages that every believer should be acquainted with. In fact, every believer should be well versed in this chapter. Because it so greatly speaks about the sacrifice…
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The Story - Chapter 4 - Deliverance Offering Prayer – Instructions then Video – Giving Communicates! Giving communicates to God that you want His blessing in your life! Giving means you are willfully walking through the door of blessing. Meet two people who could not be more opposite. One woman gave…
A wonderful theme in Scripture is that God is the deliver of hurting people. - David called God, my deliver, in Psalm 18:2 – The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. - And a major theme of the…
We are going to pause today to focus on the work of God in a man. The man is Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. Actually, the Lord has been working in a particular way on the hearts of two men as seen in Exodus: Moses and Pharaoh. These two men are going to confront each other over and over again, and are representatives…
Redemption: How Jesus Frees Us
The Exodus gives us a vivid picture of how Jesus saves us, how he redeems us. Each step toward redemption in someone’s life is often met with greater affliction. It was for Israel in Egypt, and it is for us today. Religion/Oppression says, “It’s not enough! Work harder!” – implying that somehow if you do enough you will earn God’s love and favor. This week we see the Israelites forced to work harder to try and please their taskmasters. Jesus’ Gospel says, “You can never do enough… let me do it for you.” God’s favor isn’t earned, but it is a gift of his grace through Jesus. When you face affliction in the midst of following Jesus, remember that God can and will turn your troubles into triumph. Trust Jesus, and keep moving forward.