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  • Giving God Your Attention Series

    Contributed by Rev. Duraimony Dickson on May 15, 2021
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    We’re going to learn how to know the Lord more deeply and to trust who He is. And the Great I AM is He who will watch over you today, tomorrow, and forever more.

    Giving God your Attention “So when the Lord saw that he turned aside to look, God called to him from the midst of the bush and said, “Moses, Moses!” And he said, “Here I am” - Exodus 3:4 Let us begin a new series called “The Great I AM.” We’re going to learn how to know the Lord more deeply and more

  • A Divine Rescue With Your Name On It.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on May 2, 2021

    In the book of Exodus chapter 3, God had a rescue plan with Israels name on it. Israel wasn’t stuck on a train track, but much worse, they were in bondage and oppression, with no way out. But God…

  • "no Excuses" Series

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Apr 19, 2021

    Based on Exodus 3:1-17 - Challenges hearers to live a "no excuses" life

    “NO EXCUSES” Ex. 3:1-17 FBCF – 4/18/21 Jon Daniels INTRO – EVERYBODY WILL NEED A PIECE OF PAPER TO WRITE ON AT END OF SERMON. Some people are pure geniuses when it comes to making excuses. Here are some that were given to insurance companies when they were investigating car accidents: - “I had more

  • Getting Out Of The Desert

    Contributed by Grant Adams on Apr 16, 2021

    God's plan for your life and mine, is to make us useable. When things happen in our life, we need to understand God is making us usable.

    Notice how God made Moses usable: 1. First thing God must do to make us usable is to get us out of the desert. 2. Moses was on the backside of the desert. It is a long way from the Palace to the backside of the desert. 3. A great many Christians are living in the backside of the desert. Why? more

  • Moses Meets God Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 11, 2021

    God taught Moses that He demands reverence, promises His presence and reveals His essence to those who seek Him and obey Him.

    J. B. Phillips in his book Your God Is Too Small tells of how he asked a group of young people to give a snap answer to the question, "Do you think God understands radar?" They all said no, and then they roared with laughter as they considered how foolish their answer was. It showed more

  • Excuses, Excuses, Excuses

    Contributed by Paul Davidson on Feb 4, 2021
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    Where’s your fruit, Church? Maybe the world doesn’t see much fruit from us because we’re hiding out like Moses and making excuses instead of jumping into action. God sometimes asks us to do difficult things. Will we trust Him? Do we respond in faith or with excuses when God calls?

    Last week, we heard a powerful message on the topic of faith and works... about how faith without works is dead. The pastor said, “Focus on God, and then He through you will produce the fruit... You can’t do anything for God... but God through you can do amazing, amazing, amazing things!” He more

  • The Burning Fire Of God Changes Situations!

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Jan 3, 2021

    God’s fire is actually is the anointing of the Holy Spirit. He changes our lives when He anoints us.

    THE BURNING FIRE OF GOD CHANGES SITUATIONS! God’s fire is actually is the anointing of the Holy Spirit. He changes our lives when He anoints us. I. Moses old and shepherd. A. Failed to do God’s work at age 40 B. Now God moves in at age 80. We are never too old. C. (humor) Our pastor called more

  • We Are Standing On Holy Ground

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Nov 18, 2020

    Seeing the burning bush Moses realized he was standing on holy ground. Like Moses we are amazed at God's glory. We are also humbled by God's glory.

    WE ARE STANDING ON HOLY GROUND (Outline) February 23, 2020 - Transfiguration - EXODUS 3:1-6 INTRO: Our world is filled with the glory of the Lord. We see it day after day in nature. We recognize the glory of the Lord in the daily rising and setting of the sun. We see God’s glory day more

  • The Burning Bush Encounter Series

    Contributed by Norman Bernad on Sep 23, 2020

    Imagine you’re taking a walk on a lonely hillside on a hot summer day. A furze bush catches fire, but instead of burning up it keeps on burning! That would take your attention and make you think, “What’s going on? Is someone trying to say something to me?”

    The Burning Bush Encounter 1. Exodus 2.1-15 2. Exodus 3.1-5 3. Ps. 116 Illustration: A missionary to Africa many years ago told of a woman who came to every service, accompanied by her dog. She would sit on the outside, next to the aisle. At the end of the service, when the pastor gave the more

  • "the Bush"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Aug 31, 2020

    Moses heard God speak through a Bush, let us consider some of the ways God (Bush) speaks to us today.

    “The Bush” Exodus 3:1-15 • God’s Spoke in the Garden of Eden (Gen. 3:8). God spoke from a mountain to all Israel on Mt Sinai, God spoke from the Heavens when Jesus was being baptized “This is my beloved Son in whom I am well Pleased”. God spoke again on the mount of transfiguration, Saul more

  • Yhwh Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Aug 23, 2020
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    Part of our problem today is that we’ve become too casual with God. Instead of hesitating to even pronounce His name, we use His name flippantly. It is to be spoken with deep reverence and profound respect … even fear.

    I guess I was about 4 years old when I realized that my mother had another name besides “Mom” … and one day I decided to call her by that name instead of “Mom.” Big mistake. She asked me to do something and I replied: “Okay … Marie.” There was that thunderous moment of silence … the laser beam more

  • The Bush Still Burns

    Contributed by J Bernard Taylor on Jul 18, 2020

    Moses and the burning is one of the most popular stories of the Old Testament. One of the sermons I preached discusses what it may mean for today.

  • New Exodus And Human Tears

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jul 13, 2020
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    Reflection is on human exodus that happened during this pandemic, COVID-19.

    Reflection New Exodus and Human Tears Exodus 3:1-12 We are aware of the Exodus experience of Israelite. We come across that there are so many exodus experiences of people in their life. Moses was sent to rescue the suffering and oppressed. We, as Christians, are called to be prophets of more

  • Deliverers Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Jul 2, 2020

    Deliverance. We talk about it. We ask for it. We demand it. We know we need it. However, deliverance is often accompanied by dilemmas! Are we willing to hold on for freedom?

    Deliverance Dilemmas Pt. 2 - Deliverers I. Introduction The load had become too heavy. 430 years of harsh slavery has culminated in the desperate cry for deliverance. An old-time preacher by the name of Vance Havner may have said it best when he said, “The tragedy of our time is that the situation more

  • Seeking Not Ease Nor Applause Of Men

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on May 12, 2020

    Are you looking to minister or be ministered to as a celebrity? Would you speak to twenty as well as two thousand?