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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, 11 August 2019
Passage: Exodus 34:8-9
Duration: 33 mins 13 secs
God has shown Himself to Moses. We learn more about God´s almighty identity through what God says. But we don´t get any type of physical description. So how do we know more about God without seeing Him? In the New Testament, Jesus blesses those who will believe in Him without seeing Him. And the description of faith is based on putting trust in what we do not see. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett helps us understand more about God by looking at Moses´ reaction, found in Exodus 34:8-9.
Sunday, 21 July 2019
Passage: Exodus 34:1-7
Duration: 40 mins 5 secs
God´s wrath subsides after the Israelites sin by worshipping the Golden Calf. Moses has been given a glimpse of who God is. As God renews his covenant with His people, he makes sure they know who He is. The identity of the God, Jehovah, of this new covenant, is very important for the Israelites to know, and for us today. Pr. Nathanael continues in Exodus 34:1-7.
Sunday, 14 July 2019
Passage: Exodus 33:1-3
Duration: 38 mins 1 sec
Sometimes the only way to fix something is to shut it down and start it all over again. The Israelites have sinned in creating a Golden Calf to worship in Moses´ absence. The covenant God wanted to make them has been violated to such a degree, that He takes measures to purge them of their sin and start over, renewing His call to Moses and His own identity. Pr. Nathanael examines this renewal process as he continues in Exodus 33.
Sunday, 07 July 2019
Duration: 34 mins 59 secs
The Golden Calf has shown how easy the heart of man can have a corrupted heart when we take our eyes off the true God. When a sin of any kind occurs, especially idolatry, the Bible says a payment is required. God's anger burns against the Hebrew nation for so quickly abandoning all He has done. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett continues the account which reveals more about God and the life of Moses, who pleads for mercy on behalf of the people.
Sunday, 30 June 2019
Duration: 39 mins 55 secs
Sin is like a toll on a highway. Someone has to make the payment. There is no passing without the payment being made. In the Bible, the payment for sin is called “atonement.” The Hebrew nation is saying they are worshipping the calf in the name of God. However, it is idolatry and the sin must be paid for. Who will pay? Where will atonement come from?
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