Sermon Series

Thus the LORD Saved Israel | Exodus 14:15-31

In a sea of memorable moments, we finally come to what is likely the most well-known moment of the book of Exodus, if not all of Scripture. More than Moses' meeting with God through the burning bush, more than his infant ride down the Nile, more than any of the plagues, more than Pharaoh's stubborn …

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The LORD Will Fight for You | Exodus 13:17-14:14

After five sermons upon the Passover night and its deep significance to Israel going forward, the narrative of Exodus now follows the Israelites as they make their way out of Egypt. Here the stubborn, hard-heartedness of Pharaoh will cause the king to chase after his runaway slaves. Though triumphant for a moment, the Israelites will …

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Hail, Locust, Darkness | Exodus 9:13-10:29

After moving through the first two three-plague cycles, we come now to the final set of three: the plagues of hail, locust, and darkness. WHOEVER FEARED THE WORD OF THE LORD // VERSES 13-35 As we have seen, the LORD’s plagues against Pharaoh and the land of Egypt have been intensifying each time. First, God …

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Why Did God Harden Pharaoh’s Heart? During our study of Exodus 4:18-31, we encountered this difficult statement from God that He spoke to Moses: “When you go back to Egypt, see that you do before Pharaoh all the miracles that I have put in your power. But I will harden his heart, so that he will not let the people …

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Flies, Cattle, Boils | Exodus 8:20-9:12

Last week we began to study the ten great plagues that the LORD brought upon the land of Egypt in response to Pharaoh’s stubborn refusal to let God’s people go. We continue here with the second set of three plagues, and there is indeed textual evidence for viewing the first nine plagues as three sets …

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Blood, Frogs, Gnats | Exodus 7:14-8:19

In our previous text, the LORD began His great confrontation with Pharaoh by sending Moses and Aaron into the king’s palace to perform a sign of the judgments that would follow. By using a serpent, God revealed that the symbol of power and sovereignty that Pharaoh displayed upon his crown belonged exclusively to the LORD. …

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Pharaoh Will Not Listen | Exodus 6:10-7:13

Last week we observed God's second revelation of Himself to Moses, and we should note that such there is a similar repetition to all of chapters 5-6. You see, in chapters 1-4, we find this overall pattern: God's people suffer and cry out, God hears their cry and reveals Himself to Moses, and God commissions …

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I Will Be with Your Mouth | Exodus 3:16-4:17

The text before us is a direct continuation of what we studied last week. After four hundred years of slavery in Egypt and after Moses’ forty years of living in the wilderness of Midian, God came down to reveal Himself to Moses and to send him back to Egypt to deliver His people out of …

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Hardened Hearts | Romans 11:9

And David says,“Let their table become a snare and a trap,a stumbling block and a retribution for them” Romans 11:9 If there is any idea in the Bible that is difficult to hear, it is that God hardens hearts. However, when reading through the Bible, one is forced to confront this reality. The most glaring …

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The Providence of God

Dwelling in Egypt | Genesis 46:31-47:31

SUGGESTED VERSES FOR MEMORIZATION & MEDITATION Then Joseph settled his father and his brothers and gave them a possession in the land of Egypt, in the best of the land, in the land of Rameses, as Pharaoh had commanded. And Joseph provided his father, his brothers, and all his father's household with food, according to …

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