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SERMONS & MEDIA ON EXODUS

Our sermon ideas on Exodus will help you preach a powerful message on God delivering his people from bondage. Preach on topics including Pharoah's reign, Moses' leadership, deliverance, and the defining of God's identity, redemption, law, and people. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Exodus with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


EXODUS SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

AUTHORSHIP: Throughout the Bible, the first five books of the law are viewed as a unit offered by Moses. (Mark 12:26; Luke 2:22-24; John 7:19-23). Furthermore, Exodus specifically names Moses as the author. (Exodus 17:14; Exodus 24:3-4; Exodus 34:27). DATE: Since the book is overwhelmingly attributed to Moses its date would be after the exodus from...

by Jerry Vines

Most of the books of the Bible have one great overriding,dominant thing. For instance, the book of Genesis is the book about creation. The same is true about the book of Exodus. It has a dominating theme. Genesis is the book of creation -- Exodus is the book of redemption. In Genesis we learn how man became a sinner. In Exodus we learn how...

by John Barnett

We are in a journey toward what I call A Strategic Grasp of the Bible. The first lesson was Seven reasons why I believe God's Word! Next we found that Jesus gives a seven-mile Bible study to those on the road to Emmaus. Note what He said THEY (the entire Old Testament) SPEAK (every book, every chapter, even every detail) OF ME (the Bible is Christ...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Exodus, the second book of the Bible, is one of the most important. Without understanding the main events of this book, you cannot understand much of what follows, including much of what happens in the New Testament. In a sense, Exodus marks the beginning of the Bible story proper. Genesis is like an introduction or preface. The first...

by Johnny Hunt

Introduction: When someone decides to be a leader, they cross an important line; a major transition: change! They no longer are judged only by what they can do themselves. Their value now depends mainly on what they can get done through others and with others; exhortation with emulation. If the body of Christ is likened unto an army, I must learn to...

by Ernest Easley

Now join me in the OT book of Exodus. You will recall that God called the Jews out of the land of Egypt and into the Promised Land. It was a literal event .. yet .. it has a symbolic message. For instance: "Egypt" represents the land of bondage and sin. "Pharaoh" is a picture of Satan. The "Israelites" coming out of Egypt represents us .. or when we are born again...

by Ken Trivette

We all love the blessings. We like it when God is pouring out His blessings on us. We all enjoy the times when God is working in our life and His power and presence are being manifested. Yet there is something we all need to understand about the times of blessings. Our blessings are always followed by battles. The smile of God is always followed by the...

by Dennis Marquardt

INTRO: We often think how primitive it was for people in the Old Testament to worship idols made of wood and stone. Those idols were nothing more than empty images made in man's own imagination and mind. In this sense it was the reversal of Biblical truth that God made man in His image; but sinful man makes a god in his own image! It is hard to believe...

by Johnny Hunt

Introduction: When someone decides to be a leader, they cross an important line; a major transition: change! They no longer are judged only by what they can do themselves. Their value now depends mainly on what they can get done through others and with others; exhortation with emulation. If the body of Christ is likened unto an army, I must learn to...

by Dr. Ed Young

Once upon a time there was a little old man. This little man was compeled to live with his son and his son's wife and their family. He would blink a lot. He trembled involuntarily. And while eating at the table as often as not, he would, to put food to his mouth, he would miss his mouth and food would go back on the table. And after every meal when his daughter- in-law...