A closer look at Jethro's principle of delegation as fulfilled in Jesus' elegant design of the Great Commission.
Despite Israel's grumbling after grace AND bringing charges against God, He gives grace to the grumblers AND pardons His accusers with a supreme act of grace that will only be fully realized in Jesus.
Despite Israel's repeated complaints against God, He continues to provide for them and refine them for greater service in the desert.
Paul asks the question in the Letter to the Romans, "Is it fair that God hardens Pharaoh's heart?" Many wrestle with this big theological question. And so do we at this midweek service of Hampton Roads Church as we study Exodus chapters 6 and 7.
God hears us even in our slavery (in our case, slavery to sin!). And He responds: I Will Free You. I Will Make You My People. You Will Know Me. I Will Bless You. Wow.
Moses, the great standard bearer of Israel, the mediating deliverer of God's people from bondage, begins his ministry career with hesitation and fear.
A burning bush is an inherent contradiction. If such a thing can exist, then there is a spiritual realm. This expository sermon examines how God : Disrupts Us through Contradiction, Draws Us through Contradiction, And Delivers Us through Contradiction.
Tim Rees introduces the book of Exodus