Sermons on Exodus
God is greater than what enslaves you.
Circumstances of life often lead to discouragement and disappointment. But God is still on the throne. Disappointments come when we expect from God what He never promised or when we forget the things that He has.
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.
We have a God who Hears, Remembers, Sees, and Knows.
God was going to deliver his people and he was going to use Moses to accomplish it. But deliverance would come in His way, in His timing and in His power.
God’s providence is often subtle and is often quiet.
“Sanctity of human life” means that all life is sacred, holy, precious and valuable.