Bondage No More by Ernest Easley

Bondage No More
Ernest L. Easley
Exodus 2.1-24

I have some wonderful news for every person who is living in bondage! Perhaps for years, you have been plagued and harassed by a particular sin. You've tried to break free. You've wanted to break free. And yet today ... the only way to describe it in your life is ''bondage.''

You say, ''Pastor, how can there be any good news for me today? I am in bondage, I've been in bondage, and I suppose I'm going to be in bondage.'' Well friend ... the good news for you is this: THERE IS A WAY OUT!

In fact ... that's why God gave us the book of Exodus ... to show us that there IS A WAY OUT OF BONDAGE and to show us THE WAY OUT OF BONDAGE. Not only that there is a way out, but to show us the way out!

That's what the name ''Exodus'' means ... ''the way out.'' I'm telling you that there is a way out ... there is a way of escape. And it's from the pages of the book of Exodus that God shows us the way out of bondage and the way into blessing!

So take God's word and turn with me to the book of Exodus. The book of Exodus is a sequel to the book of Genesis. Exodus picks up where Genesis leaves off with 400 years in between.

Now last time together from chapter 1 the children of Israel were singing the bondage blues. They were being held as slaves down in Egypt. The new king didn't know Joseph. The land was swarming with Israelites. There were now more Israelites than there were Egyptians. And the King feared that if a war broke out that he could be defeated.

So chapter 1 ends by telling us in Exodus 1.22, ''So Pharaoh commanded all his people, saying, 'Every son who is born you shall cast into the river, and every daughter you shall save alive.''

Thank God for two midwives who launched the first pro-life movement! Now you might think it was so bad, so cruel that Pharaoh put all those little babies to death. But on this Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, can you tell me the difference between what the King did in that ...


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