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January 16, 2022

Doubt and Trust

Passage: Exodus 4:1-17
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Moses is a person that seems larger than life – his accomplishments, leadership, power, and prestige. When we read about him, we often focus on his triumphs. But we can also see his weakness and failures. Moses often doubted his ability to know what to do in the midst of the storm, but he trusted God to lead him. Join us as we look at the life of one of the greatest figures in the Old Testament in our new sermon series Moses: Following God Into the Unknown.


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Sermon Study Questions
We encourage you to spend some time with God this week and go a bit deeper on this topic. Please consider these study questions for further reflection:

Most people who accomplish anything in their lives experience fear, self-doubt, and insecurity. God gave Moses several promises in response to his reluctance to obey God. Make a list of the promises of God (found in Scripture) that help you overcome your fear, self-doubt, and insecurities?

An overarching question in the sermon was this: Would Moses or could Moses trust God? Is God asking you to do something for him? To follow Him into an unknown future? Is there anything keeping you from trusting God and stepping into the unknown? Surrender that to God today and choose to trust him.

God can and will compensate for your weakness as you depend on Him. He will equip you for any task to which he calls you. What task are you facing today in which your self-doubt and insecurities are raging? Tell God about it and ask him to give you courage to trust him to provide what you need for that task.

Additional Scripture to study: Exodus 4:1-17; Hebrews 3:1-16; Hebrews 12:2

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