Last we learned that not only is God faithful to all of his promises, but He also works all things together for the good of those who love him. This week we see that God was preparing Moses to lead the nation of Israel and that preparation was difficult and humbling.
This week we begin our new sermon series in the book of Exodus. We will quickly see that the deliverance of Israel from Egypt is a remarkably full and accurate typification of our redemption in Christ. In chapter one, we learn three foundational truths that can sustain us through any circumstance or trial.
We live in a culture that places a high value on individualism. But as followers of Christ we are called to live in community with each other. In 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 Paul gives use the illustration of the human body to describe how we are to live as the church.
Isaiah chapter 55 presents us with a beautiful invitation to come to God and be satisfied. All of us have a deep thirst to be satisfied and only in God is our thirst quenched. God invites everyone to come and partake of his economy of grace and mercy. Seek Him while he may be found!