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On The Trail: "Under Command" Exodus 19:1 - 20:21; Matthew 22:37-40 God’s commands are proof of relationship, not prerequisite. Andrew Bonaventura, Lead Pastor
Like the Israelites who questioned God's faithfulness when they were thirsty in the desert, we often question God's faithfulness to us when we are in crisis. And, just as God was faithful to them, he is faithful to us. God is always faithful to his Word, and he always keeps his promises. However, he doesn't promise to rescue us, as we often expect him to.
On The Trail: "Problem Solving" Exodus 13:17-14:31; John 16:33 Andrew Bonaventura, Lead Pastor
On The Trail: "Trust Issues" Exodus 3-4; Proverbs 3:5-6 I obey God because I trust Him. Andrew Bonaventura, Lead Pastor
Keep your eye on the cross and on the word of God. The world wants us to focus on anything but God. The world wants us to feel trapped, to feel that God doesn't really care about us. When the children of Israel were trapped up against the Red sea, they took their eyes off God and were in despair. Moses told them, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord." Keep your eye on God.
Seek Jesus for JESUS, not for what he can give you!
Moses the Prince of Egypt became Moses the Loser overnight after he killed an Egyptian. He spent his next 40 years in the Wilderness doing nothing. Paradoxically, his Wilderness turned out to be an instrumental training ground for Moses to become what God wanted him to be, and what he dreamed of himself to be. Moses the Loser learned to "lose" himself to God and become a true hero. Now he learned to live his life by God's Way, in God's Presence, and for God's Glory.
The Law was a temporary addition to the Promise, designed by God to show us our absolute need for His grace through faith.