Our lives should be informed by and marked by prayer. Our God desires us to seek Him and pray to Him. We want to be, always, a prayerful people and a prayerful church, so we should be aware of the hurdles of a life marked by joyful prayerfulness.
In Exodus 15, we see how the gift of song stirs our affections for God. He alone is worthy of our worship.
Through the plagues, God reveals Himself to be the true God, the mighty Creator, a just Judge and a gracious Savior.
God is not silent. His Word is clear, sufficient and authoritative.
Through the genealogy of Moses and Aaron in Exodus 6, we see that God uses broken people. His work and plan always move forward.
In Exodus 6:1-13, God reminds Moses that He is the Lord. He is faithful to keep His promises.
Christian or not, disappointments are a part of the human experience. Exodus 5 gives us a picture of disappointment wringing out the hopes of God's people and what we can do to prepare our hearts for the inevitable.
In Exodus 4, we see God’s sovereign might as He chooses to work through imperfect people like Moses.
In Exodus 3, we see the nature of who God is, both transcendent—above us—and eminent—among us.
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