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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, 23 June 2019
Duration: 39 mins 4 secs
Israel had a crisis of faith with Moses disappearing for over 40 days. They wanted to "re-image" God. This always leads to corrupted worship. And just as indulgence is always followed by consequence, so does idolatry. There is always a price that will be paid. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett continues to look at the book of Exodus so we can see how the Bible reveals more about God, ourselves, and how He wants us to live.
Sunday, 16 June 2019
Passage: Exodus 32:1-9
Duration: 43 mins 54 secs
Moses has disappeared from the Hebrew nation for many weeks. The people begin complain and express a need to have a deity they can see and follow. The story of the Golden Calf is a famous portrayal of how quickly and easily the human heart can turn from God. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett looks at Exodus 32 and among many things, shows us that we become like that which we worship.
Sunday, 09 June 2019
Passage: Exodus 25:1-9
Duration: 45 mins 7 secs
God has been speaking to Moses on the desire to live among the Hebrew nation. To do so, God gives specific direction on the making of a special tent - the Tabernacle. Specific instructions were given on how to make the materials and how to design it. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett continues the journey through the book of Exodus. Revealing more about who God is, we also see the similarities how God wants to build His "tabernacle" today in our hearts.
Sunday, 02 June 2019
Duration: 41 mins 28 secs
The book of Exodus is filled with the word "tabernacle." It is used in various references, mostly for the tent that was designed to be carried in the desert. All the instructions for the building of the tabernacle and the use of it were very specific. The tabernacle was of utmost importance to God because it described the dwelling place of God among His people. But it also represents so much more than that, especially for us today and in to the future.
Sunday, 19 May 2019
Duration: 34 mins 52 secs
God has taken the Hebrew nation as slaves out of Egypt and they are headed to a place called the "Promised Land," a destination "flowing with milk and honey." Is there milk that comes out of the ground? Does honey drip from the trees? Is it a lucious environment full of potential success for its dwellers? Understanding the geographical truths of the Promised Land help us as Christians understand our journey to the destination God has for us, our heavenly home.
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