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Summary: God wants to bring you out of the sin you are in to bring up, and over, and into His perfect will.

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HE’S BRINGING YOU OUT

TEXT:

Exodus 6

6:6

Therefore say to the children of Israel: ’I am the Lord; I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, I will rescue you from their bondage, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great judgments.

INTRODUCTION: He’s bringing you out! We serve a God that picks us up when we are down and brings us out when we are in. If you’re in trouble, He’s bringing you out! If you’re in a depression, He’s bringing you out! If you’re in despair, He’s bringing you out! If you’re in sin, He’s bringing you out! No matter what situation you are facing, He’s bringing you out! Psalms 136:12 says that with a strong hand and an outstretched arm His mercy endures forever so even if you put yourself in the predicament you are in, His mercy will bring you out. He’s bringing you out! God wants to bring you out, so He can bring you up, so He can bring you over, so He can bring you into the 30, 60, 100 fold blessing. He wants to bring you out, so He can bring you up, so He can bring you over, so He can bring you into His good, acceptable, and perfect will. He wants to bring you out, so He can bring you up, so He can bring you over, so He can bring you into the good, the better, and the very best. He wants to bring you out. Some of us have been in sickness too long. He wants to bring you out! Some of us have been in debt too long. He wants to bring you out! Some of us have been in sin too long. He wants to bring you out! We need to get to know our Lord and Savior and what He wants. It’s alright to get intimate and personal with Him. It’s alright to get on a first name basis with the Lord. His name is Jesus. Mt 1:21 - Show Context

And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins.

Jesus means deliverer. He wants to deliver you. He wants to bring you out. We call Him Jesus Christ. Christ means the Anointed One. He’s anointed to bring you out. Some call Him Jesus Christ of Nazareth. John 1:46 - Show Context

And Nathanael said unto him, Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth?

Jesus Christ came out of Nazareth to let you know He’s not afraid to come down to where you are to bring you up or to come into what you are in to bring you out. He’s bringing you out! He’s bringing you out! That’s what the book of Exodus is about. It’s to give us pictures of people and principles that set the precedence for Jesus bringing you out. I’m not going to read every verse in the book of Exodus, but I do want to talk to you about the subject matter of the chapters of the book of Exodus to let you know He’s bringing you out.

Chapter 1 – The Israelites’ Oppression – Their oppression led to depression. It started with Joseph the draught. Seven year of plenty followed by seven years of famine. The children of Israel moved to Egypt with their brother for a little while and a little while turned into 400 years. If you don’t move from good to better then a good thing can turn bad. If you don’t move from better to best then it can become the worst. Don’t let your last success be the obstacle to your next success. Let God bring you out!


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Glen Newsome

commented on Sep 24, 2017

I happened upon this site and I am so thankful that I did. I needed this today. Thank You Jesus for speaking to my heart today through this wonderful Pastor. This sermon gave me the encouragement that my heart needed. I've been battling with something for a very long time & some days i feel discouraged. But I know I serve a God, the one true God, that is in control of all things & He is leading me out! Thank You Jesus that Your in control of my situation! I praise You & give You all the glory for victory! I pray that You bless Pastor Gatson in all He does for the Kingdom of God. Amen. Thank You for the encouraging words Pastor.

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