This week we looked at the first two miracles that Moses performs before Pharaoh, in his attempt to free the Hebrew people. How do those miracles go, and what difference do Pharaoh's reactions make to us?
There are things that are impossible for us to accomplish, but with God all things are possible. Find out more about the way Moses struggled with a lack of control as he followed God's call on his life.
This week's readings come from Exodus 4-5. These passages are a rich example of what it means to follow God faithfully and how it can impact your life and the lives of those around you. If you are new to serving God, this is a great message for you. It is also some healthy encouragement and reminder for those of us trying to live out our calling in the midst of COVID-19.
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Join us for our third week going through Exodus together. This week we read through Exodus 3:10-4:17 and learn about the mission God gave Moses. We look at why life with God can get unnecessarily complicated at times. I also bring up a question about slavery in Egypt during the life of Moses. If anyone has any info on this topic, send me your thoughts! (firstname.lastname@example.org or you can text me at 859-636-6965)
How can you deepen your study of scripture if you don't have a lot of extra time or money to invest in courses or book reading? Join us in our Journey through Exodus today to find out how you can get more out of the Bible.
This is a sermon from 12-30-2018 over Colossians 3:12-17 which I've titled "Why Incarnation?" You will find some excellent counsel for starting off your New Year well and encouragement for every season. It deals specifically with the topic of how bible reading helps us grow in our faith and why it sometimes fails us.