Redeemed by God
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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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:
1.For hundreds of years, the Israelites were in slavery in Egypt. It seemed like God had abandoned them, but Exodus 2:24-25 says, “God heard their groaning and he remembered his covenant with Abraham, with Isaac and with Jacob. So God looked on the Israelites and was concerned about them. God is faithful! Sometimes it seems like God is silent, but he is never absent. When was God “working behind the scenes” in your life? Recognize it and thank him for it.
2. In Exodus 3:5, God tells Moses, “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” Sometimes, as we approach God, we forget that he is holy, and we are not. What are some things in your life you need to “take off” before entering the presence of God?
3.God’s call is always bigger than you are. When God called Moses to be the deliverer of the Hebrew nation, Moses felt unqualified and not capable because of his past. Yet, God chooses Moses to change the world. Sometimes, it’s the same with us. What are some things that keep you from following God’s call in your life?
Additional Scripture: Exodus 2:23-25, Exodus 3:1-22, Psalm 50:15