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Moses and the Law (10 of 40)
Series: Emerge: Kingdom
Jesus Culture - Banning Liebscher
Exodus 3:2-4,9-10,19-20; Exodus 34:4,8-11
This week, we are going to learn about Moses and how God used him to deliver His people from slavery and set them on a path to know God personally.
Exodus 3:2-4,9-10,19-20: the burning bush encounter
Exodus 34:4,8-11: the Ten Commandments
EQUIP: God continues His plan to reconnect with humankind by giving the Law through Moses.
Teaching Point 1: Through relationship with Moses, God delivered His people from oppression (Ex. 3:2).
Moses was raised as a prince to bring deliverance and salvation. The revivalist Stephen said, “He was sent to be their ruler and deliverer by God himself, through the angel who appeared to him in the bush” (ACTS 7:35).
“It was necessary for Moses to be raised in Pharaoh’s house because a person that is in slavery internally cannot free people who were in slavery externally.” - Kris Vallotton
Moses carried God’s heart to protect and shepherd His people as a prophetic leader. One day, he saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew man, and Moses rose to defend him (EXODUS 2:11-12).
“Then the Lord told him, ‘I have certainly seen the oppression of my people in Egypt. I have heard their cries of distress’” (EXODUS 3:7).
Moses did not rely on his own strength or wisdom to deliver God’s people, but he trusted in God. Moses protested, “Who am I to lead the people of Israel out of Egypt?” God answered, “I will be with you” (EXODUS 3:11-12).
“Now Moses was very humble - more humble than any other person on earth” (NUMBERS 12:3).
Moses drew near to God and showed us that we can experience God in the same way. To the Israelites, “the glory of the Lord appeared at the summit like a consuming fire. Then Moses disappeared into the cloud as he climbed higher up the mountain” (EXODUS 24:17-18).
“Moses responded, ‘Then show me your glorious presence’” (EXODUS 33:18).
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