This content is part of a series.
Getting Ready to Meet God (7 of 10)
Series: Goodbye to Bondage - Hello to Blessing
Ernest L. Easley
For several months now we have been marching with Moses and the children of Israel out of bondage and into blessing! Today we come to chapter 19 which marks a new division in our study.
In fact, the book of Exodus can be divided into three divisions: First, we learn how God saves them. That's the exodus event. Then we learn how God separates them. He does that by the giving of the Law or the Ten Commandments. And then finally, we see how God satisfies them. He does that by providing them the Tabernacle.
God saved them. God separated them. And God satisfied them! And I'm here today to tell you that what God did for the children of Israel, He wants to do for you!
God will save you! God will separate you! God will satisfy you! But before that can happen, you must first meet God! And that's the goodnews of the gospel! You can meet God!
You say, ''Pastor, I'm not sure you're talking to me. How can I meet God after all I've done? After all I've said? After all the places I've been?'' Hey folks, nobody here is so bad that they cannot be saved and nobody here is so good they need not be saved!
The goodnews of Jesus Christ is for sinners! The gospel of Jesus Christ is for those in bondage to sin! The gospel of Jesus Christ is for the undone, the empty, the lonely, the thirsty, the hungry .... the hurting, homosexual! What bondage sin causes, but oh, what blessing God grants! Jesus Christ said, ''The Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.''
Isn't it time for you to meet God! Isn't it time for you to be set free from the shackles of sin and the burden of bondage? Well, that's what I want to talk to you about this morning:
Three months after the children of Israel left Egypt and were set free from their bondage, they arrived at Mt. Sinai.
Mt. Sinai is located between the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Accaba ...
There are 10724 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.