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The Signs of the Lord (Exodus 3:16-4:9)

October 11, 2015 Speaker: Rev. Dave Dorst Series: Exodus - The Glory of the Lord

Topic: Sermons Passage: Exodus 3:16– 4:9

Have you ever been selected for a tough project and you immediately wanted to put your finger on your nose and say, “Not it”? Your kids probably try to get out of their chores with something like, “But I put away the dishes last month!” It’s human nature where we think of all the other people who could do what we’ve been asked to do, and whether it’s a lack of confidence or laziness, we just don’t think we are the person for the job. But sometimes it’s just gotta be you and there’s no getting out of it. In Exodus, we’re studying the call of Moses over several weeks and we see him bring up excuses and questions when God lays out the plans that He has for getting His people out of Egypt. We’ve already looked at two of the objections: “I’m not good enough” and “How do I prove it’s You anyways?” This week and next we’ll be looking at three others. Not only will we be reminded of God’s providential care and His great patience, but we’ll see some cool tricks that God armed Moses with to use as signs. And maybe in the midst of thinking through this story, we’ll see how we resist God’s call on our lives sometimes. As an added bonus this Sunday, we’ll also get to hear from John Spence and Michael VanDerLinden about the missions trip that they went on over the summer. See you Sunday! -Dave Dorst