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Exodus - God Reveals Himself

Exodus - God Reveals Himself

God continues implementing His plan for His chosen people, and the whole world, which He started in Genesis. Pastor Nathanael Fawcett looks at the book of Exodus in light of how God reveals Himself to us.

Sermons in this series
Sunday, 05 November 2017
Duration: 34 mins 54 secs
Before a burning bush and a voice from God we think we might not doubt anything said to us. As we see Moses react, he had his eyes on the wrong focus - on himself, rather than on God and His power. Who am I? Who are you? These are questions Moses made before at God.
Sunday, 22 October 2017
Passage: Exodus 3:1-10
Duration: 32 mins 37 secs
The characteristics of the eternal God and creator of the universe can be seen in the Bible as He reveals Himself-specifically here in the story of Moses and the Exodus. God did not create the world and humans and then sit on the sidelines to watch. He is not distant. He also is not in need of humans to make His plans work-He can do that all by Himself. In fact, we see here that God comes in a personal way and is involved in history, and chooses to use humans for the purpose of building relationship. Today we see that in this relationship God calls our attention, He speaks and communicates to us, and He also commissions us to participate in His will.
Sunday, 17 September 2017
Duration: 35 mins 17 secs
Continuing from Genesis where God shows Himself to Adam and the patriarchs, we see more of His characteristics as He reveals Himself to Moses and the Hebrew nation in the book of Exodus. In the calling of Moses to help lead His people, Pr. Nathanael helps us see two parts of God´s nature: First, that God prepares people for the service He plans for them to do, and that He prepares salvation for His people.
Sunday, 10 September 2017
Passage: Exodus 2
Duration: 34 mins 48 secs
Exodus continues the story of God being involved in the life of His chosen people. And obviously therefore, He is not a passive entity, watching from far, without a plan for His creation. Quite the opposite - He is in our midst, acting and willing according to His good plan and pleasure.
Sunday, 03 September 2017
Passage: Exodus 1
Duration: 38 mins 55 secs
Pr. Nathanael starts a new series looking at Exodus and how God continues to reveal Himself to the nation of Israel, and to us. Looking at the early life of Moses and the growing nation of the Hebrews, we find that God is always near, even in barren and hard times.
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