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  • The Exodus

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Mar 21, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    1st sermon in the EXODUS series. (Audio at

    Last Sunday, as we left the book of GENESIS, we talked about the faith of Joseph. How he kept focused on the Lord and the dreams he received, even in the face of great hardship. And, looking back, we can see how God blessed Joseph, by letting him become the second most powerful man in the world – more

  • Exodus Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Aug 13, 2017

    The exodus marks the real beginning of the history of Israel as a people and a nation. It tells the story of Israel’s continued struggle with sin and obedience. Despite all of this, God chose them for a special role and sticks with them

    The Exodus Exodus 14:21-31 At the end of Genesis, Egypt and Palestine were in the grips of a famine and Joseph had been reunited with his father, Jacob, and his brothers after they came to Egypt to buy food. Joseph invited them to stay with him in Egypt. God used the next 4 centuries to fulfill 3 more

  • Exodus Or Resurrection.

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Jun 30, 2001
    based on 54 ratings

    Year C. Fifth Sunday after Pentecost. July 8th, 2001 Title: “Exodus or Resurrection.” Psalm 66

    Year C. Fifth Sunday after Pentecost. July 8th, 2001 Title: “Exodus or Resurrection.” Psalm 66 As the structure of this psalm shows, it is a juxtaposition of praise and thanksgiving, of communal and individual prayer and of past and present experience. Verses one to four, give thankful praise more

  • Our Exodus

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Jun 24, 2004
    based on 29 ratings

    The church I was an associate pastor in finally got its own building. This is the sermon I gave, which was the last sermon in its original location.

    by Pastor Bruce Ball Senior Pastor CrossWinds Bible Church (given while Associate Pastor of Grace Christian Church) The Israelites were kept as slaves in Egypt for over 400 years before God had Moses lead them to their new beginning. To the place where they would start to grow. To their more

  • Exodus 5 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009
    based on 4 ratings


    Have you ever thought about just how transparent Moses was about himself when he wrote the book of Exodus? Under the inspiration of the Spirit, Moses wrote about everything surround the deliverance of the Jews from Egypt. He shared the good the bad and the ugly. Many times in the book he shared his more

  • Exodus 2 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009


    How does a person become a good leader? Some people would say, “He’s a born leader!” Some people would say, “He was groomed to lead!” So are leaders born or groomed? Well, I think it’s a little of both. You need to be born into the right situation with certain genetic qualities that will more

  • Exodus 3 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009


    How come some people don’t follow through on what God wants them to do? God speaks to them, He inspires them, He calls upon them to do something great but they just don’t do it. How come some people don’t answer God’s call? [Garrett’s calling story.] Well maybe they get into sin, maybe they more

  • Exodus 6 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009
    based on 1 rating


    As we saw last week, Moses is finally on board with the mission that God had given him. He’s done making excuses and complaining about how hard it’s going to be to get the Jews out of Egypt. Him and his brother Aaron are ready to take God’s Word to Pharaoh. But as you’re reading the story in more

  • Exodus 7 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009


    Tonight’s passage is filled with disagreement between Pharaoh and Moses when it comes to him letting the people of Israel go. Moses wants his people to be able to leave Egypt with no questions asked and Pharaoh wants to bargain and negotiate their demands. So we see an interesting struggle between more

  • Exodus 8 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009
    based on 2 ratings


    You know the older I get the more I find myself trying to find the “big-picture-purpose” for the events in my life. “Why did this happen? Why did that happen? Why didn’t this happen? What’s really going on here?” As we get older we better understand that there’s usually more going on than what’s in more

  • Exodus 9 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009
    based on 3 ratings


    Have you ever overcomplicated something? You know the old acrostic – K.I.S.S. which means keep it simple stupid. Sometimes we overcomplicate things and in the process miss the simple truth. [“He’s Just Not That Into You” movie illustration.] Tonight we’re going to be looking at a series of more

  • Exodus 10 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009


    Have you ever found yourself driving in such bad weather that you had to pull over because you couldn’t see where you were going? You know like in fog, rain or snow? [Running over sign in Chicago snow storm story.] It’s hard to know where you’re going when you can’t see. Well, sometimes we more

  • Exodus 11 Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Aug 11, 2009


    Well we find ourselves in chapter fourteen of the book of Exodus. God has worked mightily on behalf of His people and they have been completely delivered from Egypt so that they could worship God freely in the promised land. And for the most part the people recognized what God had done for them and more

  • An Exodus Meditation

    Contributed by William Rodriguez on May 20, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    This is a Lenten meditation examining the relevance of the Exodus event for Christians.

    The term “fear” has two important connotations: it expresses a reverential respect for God in matters both moral and spiritual, and it also implies cowardice and timidity. On this period of Lent, as we ponder the significance of the Exodus event, we encounter an interesting dynamic between fear (in more

  • Exodus Factor

    Contributed by Jason Murphy on Oct 27, 2001
    based on 16 ratings

    Breaking free from bondage

    Exodus factor 1-28-01 Scog Ex 1:8,14 Ex 3:8 Intro On Wednesday night I mentioned it was time for evangelism; a time for the church to reach out to the lost of our community; a time to spread the message of salvation to the lost. Matt 28:19 “Go ye therefore and teach all nations, more