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Every believer needs to be convinced that God is good! There are plenty of circumstances that transpire in our lives that might lead us to believe otherwise. There are people in the world that tell us otherwise. The is a devil who has spawned lies to the contrary and there are even fellow believers that will share their own misunderstanding on the subject. But the Scriptures are clear - God is good! He tells us He is good. God defines goodness. God has never been anything but good. And the earth is full of the the goodness of our God. This message will encourage you with a truth that superintends every event in the believer's life.
A look at God's Glory shown to Moses.
Ferndale Campus Pastor Rich Warriner takes our Road Out series a step further to help us find complete and total satisfaction in the person and presence of Jesus—not just in what he can give us or do for us.
"El entonces dijo: Te ruego que me muestres tu gloria."
What Is â€œITâ€? Scripture: Exodus 33:7-23 When we meet, is it present? How can we tell? Do first time attenderâ€™s experience it ? Can it be programmed into our gatherings? Where can I buy it ? If it doesnâ€™t show â€¦well, why not? WHAT is it anyhow? As we begin this sermon series, you may wonder why we would name it, â€œITâ€. Truth be told there is an element of curiosity and a deep hunger for â€œITâ€ that we hope is stirred up in each of us. We believe this series will acknowledge the difficulty of explaining â€œITâ€,to get our hands around â€œITâ€; but will challenge us to desire â€œITâ€ and to explore the depth and wonder of all that God has for us as we discover what â€œITâ€ is. Some evidence that â€œITâ€ was in the â€œtent of meetingâ€ with Moses (Verses 7-11) The LORD would speak to Moses face to face, as one speaks to a friend. The "IT" factor - intimate friendship, hearing from God, persoanl guidance. All the people stood at the entrance of their tents worshipping while Moses met with the LORD in the â€œtent of meeting.â€ The "IT" factor - respect, reverence, worship, anticipation Joshua, the young aide of Moses, did not want to leave the â€œtent of meetingâ€ after Moses left. "IT" factor - lingering in the awesome prescense of God Moses is discovering the importance of â€œITâ€ (Verses 12-17) â€œIf you are pleased with me, show me your ways so I may know you and continue to find favor with you.â€ (Verse 13) â€œIf your presence does not go with us, do not send us up from here.â€ (Verse 15) â€œYour presence with us is what will distinguish us from all the other people on the face of the earth.â€ (Verse 16) Moses begs for more of â€œIT.â€ â€œNow show me your glory.â€ (Verse 18) This glory radiating off of Moses was never meant to be an Old Testament experience only. Your take home for the week: â€œArise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD rises upon youâ€¦ and His glory appears over you.â€ (Isaiah 60:1, 2) â€œChrist in you, the hope of gloryâ€.. (Col. 1:27) You radiate Godâ€™s glory and bring an infusion of that glory into your atmosphere!