Sermons by Kevin Meadows
The fourth commandment is “remember the Sabbath to keep it holy”. We must keep God’s progressive revelation throughout time in mind. Pastor Kevin walks us through scripture as we study the Sabbath.
Exodus 20:4-6 The Second Commandment forbids idolatry. The Second Commandment reveals God’s commitment to His people. Why was idolatry attractive? 1. Guaranteed2. Selfish3. Easy4. Convenient5. Logical6. Pleasing to the Senses7. Indulgent8. Erotic: The Second Commandment is broken by: Fashioning our own gods Fashioning God according to our own ideas The Lord speaks to the people out of the fire, a powerful image, something bright and visible, capable of being seen and illuminating; but it is also dangerous and untouchable, a…
Today we begin a series looking at the ten commandments. They reveal God’s righteousness and our sinfulness. They reveal to each and every person that we are sinners in need of a Savior.
You cannot do it alone. We need God, and we need each other.
Have you ever had a time of unforgettable, spontaneous, life changing worship? After Israel miraculously crosses the Red Sea in Exodus 15:1-21, we see Moses lead them in a spontaneous time of celebration and worship to the Lord.
As we being a series on the Power of God, we find that God will help you move on when life is difficult.
During the passover the Israelites applied the blood of a spotless lamb over their door to be protected from God’s judgement. Christ is our passover lamb.
God is greater than what enslaves you.
We see in Exodus 4 that God’s divine enablement makes our excuses invalid. When God calls us to do something, he attaches a promise that He’s going to equip us to do it.
We need to base our understanding of who God is based on who He says He is. Not in what we read on Facebook, a meme with a photo of Jesus, or what a fallen human says about God. In Exodus 3:1-22 God tells Moses who He is and reveals several of His attributes.