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In the Old Testament, God gave Moses the Law. The Law was intended to show God's people how to live. He had led them out of Egypt, taking them to the Promised Land. But God's people rebelled and showed they would never be able to keep the Law and please God. Jesus is the better Passover Lamb and the better rock, struck for our sins to give us life.
Sermon delivered by Pastor Ginger Medley and supported by biblical references fro 1 John 3:1-3; 1 Samuel 16:6-13; and Exodus 4:10-11. Reference is made to famous people who have failed, but kept trying, trying again for successful lives. Failure is falling down and not trying to get back up; failure is a delay, not a denial. We fall down, but we get up, but only through the Grace of God and our will to keep pressing on, to experience success.
We serve a God who is faithful to keep us and sustain us through life! What is it that you need God to do for you? Are you ready for Him to do it?
Why did Israel wander in the wilderness forty years? God had taken the people out of Egypt. Now he had to take Egypt out of the people.
The Story - Week 5 EXODUS 34:10 (NIV) Then the LORD said: “I am making a covenant with you. Before all your people I will do wonders never before done in any nation in all the world. The people you live among will see how awesome is the work that I, the LORD, will do for you.
This sermon on Exodus 5, "We Are All Captives," was preached by Stephen McAlpin on March 4, 2012 at Hope Fellowship Church (hopefellowshipchurch.org) in Cambridge, MA. It was part of the church's sermon series on Exodus, entitled, "Rescued for God's Glory."