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The Exodus of Israel (Exodus 12:28-51)

February 14, 2016 Speaker: Dr. David Silvernail Series: Exodus - The Glory of the Lord

Topic: Sermons Passage: Exodus 12:28–12:51

Have you ever been mad at the world? I mean, not the WHOLE world, but mad at life, at the people in your life, at the hand you’ve been dealt? You’re just mad. Have you ever had something very difficult, painful, and heartbreaking come into your life. and the problem seemed to last for such a loooooong time? Whatever problem you might be facing, realize that God wants to use it to show the world that He is the One True God, and there is no one else like Him. While we want immediate deliverance from our troubles, God often waits to deliver. Understandably, He gets more glory when He works through us, enabling us to face a problem with a supernatural calm that the world simply doesn’t understand.

Moses probably didn’t like that answer either. He’s been mad for awhile, and so have the Hebrew people. And not just for a long time, but for 430 years. Questioning, wondering, complaining, waiting, and dying. And now God has finally showed up. And now we’re finally going to be free. And now we’re seeing things we previously couldn’t imagine, we’re getting answers to questions we haven’t even asked, and we’re starting to understand that God is so much bigger than we ever thought. We’ve come, finally, to the Exodus. Not the book, but to the event itself.

We’re back in Egypt, reading Exodus 12:28–51 on “The Exodus of Israel.” And even in the leaving, there’s so much more to learn about God Himself. There’s so much more to learn about who God is and what God does, and how we should respond. And, to be honest, not a lot has changed. Whenever we’re confronted with the One True God, like Moses, we need to realize that God is so much bigger than we ever thought. We need to realize that there’s still so much more to learn about who God is and what God does, and how we should respond. How we should respond. Today. Now. Because it’s always got something to do with us. Should be interesting! See you Sunday! Dr. Dave

BTW, this Sunday is Valentine’s Day! Guys, don’t screw it up!