New Exodus Resource Available

16 Apr

 

Exodus 1-4

Part two in the Exodus series is now available at the Resource page, here.  Below are a couple of excerpts from this study of the first four chapters.

From chapter 1:

“While it may be easy to identify with the Israelites, a question arises: Do you and I identify with Pharaoh?  If we would be honest with ourselves, we have to admit that even if there is no one we would like to wipe off the face of the earth, there are people we despise, fear, and deny equal personhood with ourselves.  Perhaps its racial, political, vocational, pertaining to sexual-orientation, or class-related.  It could be a multitude of things, but we must acknowledge that they exist, and repent of them.”

From the conclusion:

“And while Moses would serve as a redeemer who put his life on the line to save God’s people, there would come another—one greater than Moses—who would give up His life in order to save God’s people: Jesus Christ.  And, like Moses, Jesus is a shepherd.  He is the good shepherd.  Though He has ascended to the Father’s right hand, He still watches over, protects, disciplines, and comforts us, His sheep.  Yet, He also tells us to listen to His voice.  Are you listening to His voice, which speaks powerfully from the pages of Scripture?  Has your family seen this?  Your co-workers?  Your neighbors?  Your brothers and sisters in Christ?” 

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