Sermons on Exodus

A Fugitive and His Walking Stick

When we look back on the life of Moses, we think of some of the most amazing events recorded in the Bible. We see him bravely leading the Israelites out of captivity, parting the Red Sea, walking down the mountain with the ten commandments. God used Moses to accomplish some BIG things, but it all started with Moses obeying one little command to lay down his walking stick. No big deal, right? Join us for the second message in The Little Things to learn how God makes much of the…

The Desert of Disappointment

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

A Little Help From My Friends

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

When God Stalls

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

The Staff of God

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

The School of “Not Yet”

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

Sacrificial Love

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…

Listening for the Cries

Planted within Moses’ story is a symbolic reminder of his function as God’s instrument. Throughout the Bible, we read that Moses carried a staff. God used it to convince Moses that he would not be alone throughout the journey (Exodus 4:2-5). The staff was again used to prove to the Hebrews as well as the Egyptians that Moses was indeed God’s messenger (Exodus 4:30 and 7:9-10). It was used by Moses during five of the ten plagues (see Exodus 7-10),…